138 Awaiku Street, Lahaina, Hawaii, United Stateshttp://www.hooilohouse.com808-667-6669
505 Front St # 114http://www.pacificomaui.com(808) 667-4341On the beach with gorgeous sunset views. Reservations are recommended. (Great for lunch or dinner.)
286 Kupuohi Street Lahainahttp://www.starnoodle.com(808) 667-5400A newer restaurant on the Maui scene and immediately a favorite of Amy & Dan, you will love the house made noodles and delicious Asian specialties of Star Noodle.
Mala Ocean Tavern
1307 Front St., Lahaina, HIwww.malaoceantavern.com(808) 667-9394A favorite of Amy & Dan, Mala Ocean Tavern sits over the water with amazing views and resident sea turtles sometimes swimming within view. (Great for lunch, dinner or weekend brunch.) You might also enjoy its next-door sister restaurant, Honu.
Merriman's Restaurant Kapalua
1 Bay Club Place(808) 669-6400Amazing views and delicious food!
Old Lahaina Luau
1251 Front Streethttp://oldlahainaluau.com(808) 667-1998If you are hoping to experience the quintessential Hawaiian luau, we recommend Old Lahaina Luau. For a less traditional Luau but a great Polynesian show with a sit-down dinner we also highly recommend The Feast at Lele.
Pacific Whale Foundation
612 Front St # Ahttp://www.pacificwhale.org(808) 667-7447During whale season (December - April) whale watch tours are great! We recommend tours offered by the Pacific Whale Foundation
Maui Arts & Cultural Center
1 Cameron Way(808) 242-2787
1 Lanui Circle(808) 872-3830
Kanaha Beach Park
behind the airport, off of Amala Place in KahuluiArguably the best place in the world to learn to windsurf, Kanaha Beach Park is the destination of choice for most of Maui's windsurfers, as well as most of the windsurfing visitors.
Hookipa Park - Hana Hwyhttp://www.hawaiiweb.com/maui/beaches/HookipaBeachPark.htmThis beach is known as possibly the best place in the world for windsurfing. It is the site of two major world-class competitions. Due to the strong surf, windsurfing at this beach should be limited to the experts. However, the beach has an 1/8 mile coral reef that makes a pond-like area perfect for taking a dip in the early morning or when the ocean in calmer.
Ahihi Kinau Natural Area Resv
End of Makena Roadhttp://www.hawaiisnorkelingguide.com/ahihi_kinau.htmlAhihi Kinau Natural Area Reserve is located on the southern coast of Maui just past Makena. It's a marine life conservation district, so no fishing of any kind is allowed. You won’t have to swim far to find the fish either. Many of Ahihi Kinau's most beautiful marine life make their homes in the shallows.