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One Day in Maui - Travel Itinerary

Maui is undoubtedly one of the most visited and beautiful Hawaiian islands. It’s rustic and luxurious all at once and it should be on everyone’s travel bucket list. Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t so kind to us during our visit to this incredible island, so we didn’t get to experience even half of the sites and activities that we had planned to. That said, the itinerary you’ll find in this blog is what our day would have looked like had it not rained for the majority of our stay. We did get to experience a few of the things on the itinerary and can recommend them first hand. The rest are recommendations that came to us from other travelers that have visited the island and from our extensive research while planning this trip. We hope this itinerary helps in your planning and even more, we hope that you have incredible weather! Lol

Check out our “One Day in Maui” vlog if you’d like to see how things didn’t go as planned for us!

But here's what our day would have looked like had things gone according to plan...

8:00am: Breakfast

  • Kihei Caffe (where we went - 1945 S Kihei Rd, Kihei, HI)

  • The Market Maui (10 Wailea Gateway Pl B-106, Kihei, HI)

  • Sunrise Cafe (693 Front St A, Lahaina, HI)

  • Cafe Cafe Maui (129 Lahainaluna Rd, Lahaina, HI)

9:30am: Snorkeling

  • Ulua Beach (located near Wailea Elua Village - 3600 Wailea Alanui Dr, Wailea, HI)

  • Charley Young Beach (located near Kamaole One Condos - 2230 S Kihei Rd, Kihei, HI)

12:00pm: Lunch

  • Maui Brewing Co. (where we went - 605 Lipoa Pkwy (they have multiple locations))

  • The Pint & Cork (3750 Wailea Alanui Dr, Kihei, HI)

  • Monkeypod Kitchen (multiple locations)

  • Paia Fish Market (multiple locations)

2:00pm: Explore West Maui

  • Lahaina Town (shops, restaurants, walkable downtown)

  • Black Rock Beach (Great cliff jumping and snorkeling)

  • Ka’anapali Beach (Once named America's Best Beach boasting three miles of white sand and crystal clear water)

  • Whalers Village (Beachs