Maui has an uncanny ability to blend luxury with up-country, red-dirt, black-lava Hawaii. A full day may start with a drive makai (toward the ocean) to browse the Shops at Wailea luxury mall, and lunch on Japanese tapas at Kai Wailea.
After lunch, head back mauka (toward the mountains) to the Haleakala Volcano for moonscape hiking, or drive the legendary Hana Road toward the Hotel Hana-Maui, one of Maui's four Gold List properties—along with the Fairmont Kea Lani, the Four Seasons, and the Grand Wailea.
Dine in the evening at the hippest casual eatery on the island, Mala, with locations in the Wailea Beach Marriott and Lahaina.
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