Maui offers plenty of activities for everyone. Choosing what to do can get confusing. Here you will find information on how to schedule your trip to Maui .This guide is based on staying in Kihei (South Maui). The main itinerary is designed for the best snorkeling times and spots with options for non-snorkelers. There are also options for families and hikers. The ten day trip includes 2 days in South, West, and East Maui (overnight stay), and 1 day in Central and Up Country Maui. The first and last day are arrival and departure days with very little activities. Of course the suggestions here are not a complete list of all of Maui's many museums ,shopping, and dining spots. Check the
Maui Travel Guide
for maps and information.
Arrival Day (Day One)
Your arrival day is the best time to prepare for the week. After getting your rental car (a must in Maui), finding your condo/Hotel and getting settled in, head off to the local supermarket for supplies. The 2 major stores are Safeway and Food King. You can get membership cards ahead of your trip online (you can even plan your meals from their online ads). The Farmers Market located on north Kihei Rd. is a must, but may be closed if you arrive late in the afternoon. Day Two