With one of the most diverse collections of golf courses in world, Maui lets you play the mountains one day and the ocean the next.
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Protected from the wind by the mountains, this player-friendly course offers a new view of the island at every hole.
Golfing in a Lord of the Rings-like setting, this challenging PGA course is par 73 at 7,400 yards.
These 3 world-class courses cater to all types. From the tough Robert Trent, Gold Course to the family-friendly Emerald, and player-friendly Blue.
Not overly long at 6,570 yards, it's a course for shot makers, with smallish greens, dog legs, and elevation changes. Oh and with their Aloha Friday deal you can play for $49, all day.
You could come for just the clubhouse. But if you come for golf, you'll be rewarded with a "pure golf experience" – nothing but nature in all directions.
On Ka'anapali Beach, this open air shopping pavilion is filled with restaurants, shops, and a whale museum.
Lahaina has 40 art galleries with works from Picasso, Rembrandt, Any Warhol, and whole host of local artists inspired by the beauty of the island.
Home to top brands and a regular farmers market, it's Maui's biggest mall. This gorgeous building is covered by an open-air roof, shaped like a ship's sail.
They have fresh produce, meats, seafood, wine, and beer, plus a great prepared foods section with sushi, sandwiches, and baked goods.
A huge supporter of local business, Mana foods offers produce from local farms, pre-made meals, and lots of vegan and specialty items.
They stock lots of locally-grown organic produce and an extensive hot and cold salad bar.
The leading supermarket in Hawaii, they have everything you'd expect to find at Safeway, but with a local style and products that you can only get on Maui.
The leading supermarket in Hawaii, they have everything you'd expect to find at Safeway, but with a local style and products that you can only get here.
If you're visiting Mt. Haleakala, this is a great place to stop by for ready-made food and local snacks.
There's a famous song about this place, which has provided snacks and supplies to weary travelers for over 100 years.
Just before mile marker 29, this tiny food stand makes some of the best coconut candy on the Road to Hana.
It's a small mall with a few good shops, but the real draw here is the free Hula show. Come at 1 pm on weekends to get a taste of Hula before committing to a $100 luau.
This is where you'll find a truly authentic souvenir. Browse through homemade crafts, clothing, and jewelry from local artists.
Maui's cowboy town puts on a street party with locally farmed food, classical Hawaiian music, dancing, and a fire show.
The Keiki/Youth Zone has lots for the little ones, and parents can browse booths set up by local shops.
Grab some local kula greens, Hawaiian avocados and fresh fish at Fish Market Maui, next door.
Grab local fruits and veggies with views of the ocean and mountains in the background.
The Sharwil avocado is so good, it's been banned on the mainland. But you can get it here. You can also pick up local juices, jams, and fresh baked goods.
There's a wide variety of local fruits, veggies, and confectionaries at this Saturday morning market.
Cool off in the shade of the banyan tree and see work from local artists. There's also a face painting booth and kid's crafts for the little ones.
Every Friday from 6-9 pm, the galleries of Lahaina host a free "Art Walk" with featured artists and refreshments.
Maui's capital knows how to party! Join on first Fridays for a street party with craft vendors, food stands, and a beer garden serving local brews.
All the galleries light up until 10 pm and Front Street buzzes with music, food, family activities, and performers from Ulalena.
Is pineapple wine any good? Head to Ulupalakua Vineyards for free tastings and find out. Worst case, you get to see a vineyard on a volcano.