Things To Do in Maui
Maui is one of my favorite vacation spots. I spent a week there in September with Jason and my parents. This was my second time in Maui, the last time was two years ago shortly after Jason and I had just started dating. This trip I discovered some new places and revisiting a few local gems. Here are some of places I recommend checking out if you ever are in Maui.
Hawaii Sea Spirits Organic Farm and Distillery
Ocean Organic Vodka is an award-winning spirit made in Maui by Hawaii Sea Spirits Organic Farm and Distillery. It’s a certified 100% USDA organic product and the only vodka in the world made from organic sugar cane and deep ocean mineral water. All of their spirits are made with eco-friendly practices and responsible farming techniques. Tour times at the Hawaii Sea Spirits Organic Farm and Distillery are every half hour, starting from 9:30 am with the last tour at 4 pm.
The Mill House Restaurant
Located on Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapu, The Mill House dates back to the 19th century and has a rich history in the island’s agricultural. For years it was a bustling sugar cane mill with plantation camps and commerce. When the sugar industry started to die, the plantation closed and the town gradually disappeared, becoming a residential area.
In 2016 the plantation reopened with parts of the mill repurposed into rustic design around the property and in dining features at The Mill House.
Scotch Mist Sunset Cruise
If you are looking to do sometimes different the Scotch Mist Champagne Sunset Sail is a great way to spend two hours and see the West Maui Mountains and sunset views over the Island of Lanai. On a side note, it turns out I don't like being on a sailboat when the water is choppy.
Nakalele Blow Hole and the Heart Shaped Rock
Maui’s most active eruption has nothing to do with lava. Every few minutes when the surf and wind are both up a forceful explosion of seawater erupts. Located on northwestern coast of Maui, Nakalele Blowhole is a natural geyser.