Imagine two tropical islands full of perfect sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, lush rain forests, charming historic towns and majestic volcanoes that reach high up into the clouds. It's clear why Maui and Lanai are so often considered the world's best islands—a family playground with endless opportunity for adventure, luxury and relaxation.
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 | Hike through lush forest on the Waihee Ridge Trail, one of Maui's best-kept secrets | Kids adventure on horseback in the West Maui Mountains.
3-4 Spin along routes with stunning views of the West Maui Mountains and beautiful island coastline | Explore the pretty Hawaiian villages of Makawao and Paia | Kayak and snorkel in the pristine waters of Makena Bay, looking for dolphins, sea turtles and colorful schools of fish | 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 hotel: swim or snorkel at Hulopoe Beach or luxuriate poolside.
5-6 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 natural world, ancient traditions and plantation-era history at the Lanai Culture & Heritage Center | Kids learn the hula and make their own fresh-flower leis | Go for a scenic coastal walk along an old fisherman's trail.