Stop here on your way back from Haleakala National Park for Italian classics and Hawaiian-style fish dishes, by local chef Luciano Zanon. Cheery, spacious and great for groups.
A necessary stop along the Road to Hāna. Aunty Sandy has been making the same, delicious banana bread for over 30 years.
Pa'ia's Cafe Des Amis serves freshly-made crepes alongside slow-cooked Indian curries. Cozy, casual, and with vintage decor.
Spectacular boutique hotel in Hana, often named one of the best in Hawaii. Travassa houses everything from a natural spa to lei-making classes to bamboo pole fishing. Nestled in the middle of lush, rolling fields, home to wandering horses and an infinity pool. Their on-site restaurant, the Preserve Kitchen + Bar, is an excellent dinner option.
Modern, comfortable guest houses and suites on a lush property in Maui's North Shore. Lumeria also hosts yoga and wellness classes, and serves farm-to-table, plant-focused meals at their restaurant, the Wooden Crate.
An extraordinarily beautiful drive that winds through waterfalls, lush canyons, rugged beaches. The drive takes one to two days, with many viewpoints and stops along the way.
Haleakala - Hawaiian for "house of the sun" is one of Maui's most well-known national parks, and for good reason. At 10,000 feet, this might be one of the most spectacular sunrises in the world.
Beautifully-designed bathing suits and clothing by the Imrie family, who split their time between Maui, Montauk, the Caribbean (and with locations in each).
An other-worldly black sand beach near Hana on the eastern shore of Maui. Also home to lava caves, blowholes, natural stone arches, beautiful views.
An isolated botanical garden on the Hana coast. Home to collections of 'ulu (breadfruit), and canoe plants - traditional that were transported to Hawaii by canoe almost 1,800 years ago.