Slow down and embrace island living. Let sea turtles set the pace as you snorkel alongside them. Relax on a beach under palm trees. The only rush is the one you'll get from seeing a pod of dolphins from your kayak. Or from feeling the wind on your face as you bike coastal roads. There's no need to hurry on Maui and Lanai.
1-2 Bike to Nakalele Point and watch for the impressive blowhole created by the combination of high tide and powerful surf beneath the rocks | Enjoy fresh fruit under palm trees by the beach | Pedal along the coast of West Maui, keeping your eyes open for whales | Spin along routes with stunning views of the West Maui Mountains and coastline | Explore the villages of Makawao and Paia | Savor fresh local flavors with farm-to-table fare.
3 Watch for dolphins as you kayak through the pristine waters of Makena Bay | Snorkel with parrot fish and sea turtles near a colorful reef | Visit Lahaina, a charming island town with great shops and delicious shaved ice | Ferry to Lanai, the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii | Options abound at our splendid hotel—swim or snorkel at Hulopoe Beach, treat yourself at the spa or luxuriate poolside.
4-5 Walk on the blissful Koloiki Ridge Trail amid guava and eucalyptus trees as you enjoy panoramic vistas of Maui, Molokai and the Pacific Ocean | Delve into the ancient traditions and plantation-era history at the Lanai Culture & Heritage Center | On our last morning, sleep in or greet the day with a scenic walk along the coast.