No Ka 'Oi Maui (The Best of Maui)
Trilogy Excursions is proud to be the oldest family owned and operated Maui activity and sailing business. We are also committed to being on of the best activity companies on Maui!Sails from Maui to Lanai and Molokini, offers snorkeling, scuba, dolphin and whale watching. Trilogy boats average 40-50 guests.
Tasting room in Kihei! Check out their website for the food truck schedule. Wednesday is logo night. Where a shirt or hat with MBC logo and receive a discount. Be sure to visit the restaurant in Kahana for handcrafted ales & lagers brewed with Aloha and good food. Shad loves the Coconut Porter! Maui Brewing Co. has a strong commitment to the local economy, and deep concern for the environment.
Best breakfast. There will always be a line but it moves fast! Banana Macadamia Nut French Toast, Fried Rice with bacon & Portuguese sausage. Make your own omelet. You can't go wrong. Friendly service. Denali even likes to go as she is welcomed with a bowl of water and bacon! Located across the street from Kalama Park
Delicious Thai food with great service! Food truck is usually parked at Maui Brewing Company in Kihei on Tuesday and Saturday....that's convenient. Cashew Chicken and Pad Thai are favorites. You can choose your spice level! Start a punch card and if you don't get it filled before you leave, we will take it off your hands.
A must see! Check out the overlook before finding a parking spot to walk through the jungle like rain forest. While at the overlook, be sure to look out at the mouth of the bay for dolphins swimming by. Then look into the bay for a bait ball (group of fish) that looks like a shadow moving in the ocean. No sandy beach but worth finding a rock to put your things on before snorkeling or scuba diving in one of the most beautiful bays on the island. Best conditions will be in summer.
Secret Beach is the reason we decided to move to Maui! It is small, intimate and wonderful...and the sunsets here are almost always amazing. One of our favorites for weddings, portraits and just to hang out and eat dinner and drink a frosty beverage...or two! Just south of the last Big Beach entrance. Watch for the small entrance in the stone wall.
Amazing beach south of Makena. Two entrances and no services. Great place for boogie boarding but can be very dangerous. If you don't see the locals in the water then don't get in. Walk up an over the cliff to the North and you will find "Little Beach" known as clothing optional. All ages and sizes welcomed. Highly recommend drum circle on Sunday at sunset. Come with an open mind and see amazing fire dancing to the sound of local drummers.
One of if not THE best scuba spot on the island! We love Makena (also known as 5 graves and 5 caves). Fairly shallow dive (~30 feet) but great caves to explore, lots of turtles and an occasional white tip in the caves. Great snorkeling, just follow the shoreline on your right. Small beach but grassy area and facilities.
Park in the beach access parking in between the Grand Wailea and Four Seasons Resorts. Beautiful beach to hang out, people watch and play in the water. Good snorkeling both left and right side of beach. Take the time to walk around the Grand Wailea Resort (including the entrance with the trees and waterfalls). Great walkway in front of Grand Wailea, Four Seasons, Marriott, and Andaz Resorts. Facilities available at this beach.
Just east of Paia, this beach is a popular surf spot. Park up top at the overlook and watch the surfers. Then drive and park by the beach (if you can find a place to park...it is busy with locals) and walk out to the beach. Go to the far east end of the beach and watch the turtles come up on the beach at sunset. We have seen approximately 30 turtles on the beach at once.