The Perfect 7 Days Maui Itinerary: Explore Hawaii’s Paradise

Aloha, fellow adventurers!

Ever wanted to see all of Maui in just a week? You’re in luck because I’ve got the perfect itinerary for you. As someone who lived on the island with my boyfriend and still visits often, I know a thing or two about making the most of your time here.

Imagine this: waking up to the sound of crashing waves, breathing in the fresh ocean air as you sip your morning coffee, and then embarking on an unforgettable journey through jungles, waterfalls, white sand beaches, and more. Sounds like paradise, right? Well, it’s about to become your reality!

I’ve spent countless hours researching the best spots that cater to all types of travelers – whether you want to immerse yourself in local culture or simply relax on picturesque beaches with a cocktail in hand. Plus, I’ll share some hidden gems that even some locals don’t know about!

Warning: After experiencing these 7 days in Maui following my guide, you might find it hard to go back to ordinary life without dreaming of returning soon.

So take my virtual hand and let me lead you through everything this incredible island has to offer – one day at a time. Are you ready for an adventure like no other? Let’s get started!

Day 1: (Central Maui) Explore the natural beauty and culture of Maui

Regardless of when your plane arrives, there is plenty to see and experience near the airport. Don’t let your first day go to waste – just grab a rental car. Following this itinerary, you can spend the first day exploring even before checking into your hotel.

1.    Kanaha Beach Park (close to the airport)

This is a beautiful and overlooked beach very close to the airport. Regardless of not being a tourist spot, the beach is covered in fine white sand and stretches close to 2 miles along the ocean. It’s a great place to take a swim and try out snorkeling. There is also a nice grass area for picnics, and some shade (so protect your skin until you get used to the sun).

Play some Volleyball, or try out Windsurfing, kite surfing, and canoeing. The beach is often visited by locals and has a relaxed atmosphere. Asides from the gorgeous open ocean view, there is a mountain view to the side. Kanaha Beach Park has plenty of parking, restrooms, outdoor showers, and even grills for barbequing.

2.    Grab an old-school comfort lunch at Cupies Maui Drive-In

Address: 134 W Kamehameha Ave. Kahului, HI 96732

If you prefer tasty homemade meals, comfort food, and large portions, this is a great stop. Think a big juicy burger with think chilly fries or dry mein. The restaurant has parking and large table seating inside and outside (on a covered porch). The restaurant is family-owned, frequented by locals, and offers counter service.

Try my favorites including the Pork adobo with rice and corn, breaded Teriyaki, and sweet and sour spare ribs. You will be genuinely satisfied with the food and the price. Probably the best and cheapest food you can find in Maui. If you visit several times, check out the daily specials.

3.    Iao Valley State Park and Kepaniwai Heritage Gardens

This is a gorgeous public park celebrating the complex Hawaiian culture. The park is found in the lavish Iao Valley and also includes memorial Gardens from different cultures including Japan, Portugal, and China. It’s a perfect spot to take a walk and reflect on the culture of the island. A small stream follows through the park and is surrounded by different intricate sculptures.  The park has free admission.

The park has restrooms, picnic pavilions, parking, and paved walking paths. It’s a great couples activity or a fun family walk. 

4.    Coppa’s Maui Bakery (Best order of malasadas on the island)

Address: 62 N Market St Wailuku, HI (Delivery only – to order:  (808) 793-2032)

If this is your first time in Maui don’t get confused. Coppa’s isn’t a place you go – you order your food, and it comes to you, warm, fresh, and perfect (free delivery in most of Central Maui). I love to receive my order after settling into my hotel. It’s a great snack before heading out for the evening. And I leave something sweet to eat before bed.

They are open Wednesday through Saturday and you can order your favorite malasadas, cannolis, cookies, and even cheesecake. I order several types of malasadas by the dozen because they can keep fresh for about 24 hours. Try my favorites including strawberry and blueberry glazed malasadas, apple pie-filled malasadas, and ube or cookies and cream cheesecake.

Here are top places to eat malasadas in Maui.

5.    Maui Arts & Cultural Center (live music and art exhibits)

Address: 1 Cameron Way, Kahului, HI 96732

Spend your first evening at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. It’s the perfect way to get in the mood for Hawaii and explore some great art and music. Before your trip check their website for events, because they attract some tom musicians, comedians, and theaters from the country.

Otherwise, enjoy the Community Events Lawn and Yokouchi Pavilion which often host free concerts and events for guests. Art lovers will particularly enjoy Schaefer International Gallery which attracts exhibits from world-famous artists. Make sure to take a look through their immaculate 4,100 square-foot gallery space.

Day 2: (West Maui) A day to tour the most beautiful beaches

West Maui has the best beaches in Hawaii, and some of the best in the world. Also, west Maui is one of the more developed parts of the island and is home to multiple towns and resorts. Make sure to do a great Luau on your second evening, and check out my favorite listed below. This part of the island is the most beautiful, and warrants spending two days. Beach out on your first day, and make your second day more active.

1.    Punalau Beach aka (the Windmills) – relax and explore the beach

This is an overlooked and underrated beach, hidden from tourists. In fact, most driving to the Nakalele blowhole drive right passed it, not knowing it’s there. The beach is off the Honoapiilani Highway and you can find parking above the dirt road that leads down to the beach. It’s an easy 2-minute walk.

The beach is made of fine white sand and surrounded by trees. It’s a small beach, but usually, there is no one there or just a few locals surfing. Though the entrance into the water is somewhat rocky and may not be best for swimming. I still swim here. I also love to shell hunt in the quiet and enjoy the sound of the waves. It’s really a quiet and secluded spot. There are no amenities at the beach, so it’s an opportunity to bring a snack and enjoy it right on the sand.

2.    Kapalua Bay Beach – The best beach for swimming and snorkeling

This could be your favorite beach on the trip. Kapalua Bay Beach is one of the most beautiful in west Maui with crystal clear water, a horseshoe-shaped white sand belt, trees lining the sand, and abundant marine life under the water. This is the perfect beach to swim, try watersports (equipment rental available near the beach), or just sunbathe. 

Snorkeling is popular because there is a great long shallow area with coral and plenty of small tropical fish. Sometimes you can also spot green turtles here. There is a nice parking lot, bathrooms, and showers available.

3.    Black Rock Beach – A Fun family-friendly beach

Black Rock is at the north end of Ka’anapali Beach and is made of fine white sand with spots of lava rock. It’s a great popular beach for swimming, snorkeling, and cliff jumping. The beach is about 3 miles long and very wide. There is plenty of space for those wanting to spend time here. The beach is public, even though it’s in a resort area, making it super maintained and clean.

There is a Sheraton right in front of Black Rock Beach, so if you are looking to rent some gear, have lunch and just get out of the sun for a short time, the hotel is a bonus. The beach is safe, but make sure to wear water shoes (like everywhere else) so you don’t step on sea urchins. If you watch the sunset here, you will also see the cliff-jumping ceremony.

4.    Drums of the Pacific Luau – The best luau experience

Address: 200 Nohea Kai Dr, Lahaina, HI 96761

The longest-running show on the island, and my favorite Luau is the Drums of the Pacific at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Maui. The venue is outside right on the beach (Ka’anapali Beach) surrounded by gorgeous tropical trees and a fantastic colorful sunset (Hyatt style). The stage is large and you will see and enjoy the show, no matter where you sit.

You will be seated with a shell lei and a cocktail. The performances are high quality with an imu ceremony, hula performances, authentic music, and fire finally. There is a fresh and tasty plated meal (unless you let them know about dietary restrictions ahead of time). The last time I ate they served Teriyaki Braised Beef, Roasted Ginger Soy Mahi, Potato Salad, rice, and more. For dessert, we had coconut cake with caramelized pineapple (Yumm!). All together plan to spend 3 hours at the Luau.

Day 3: (West Maui) Explore by hiking, sailing, and eating chocolate

On your second day exploring west Maui start with some adventures. If you love to hike you have the opportunity to do one of the trademark hikes of the island. There is also a wonderful chocolate tour and tasting (I’m sure everyone will love this). I prefer to snorkel with an instructor as a site away from lots of tourists. So look into a morning sail. The one I recommend is high quality and well priced.

1.    Gemini Sailing Charters – start your day with an awesome snorkeling tour

Start your day with a snorkeling adventure (or end it with a sunset sail). My favorite morning snorkeling trip is by Gemini Sailing Charters because the staff is friendly and helpful, everything is well-kept and clean and the tour is a great deal. Check-in is at 7:30 am and the trip lasts from 2.5 to 3 hours.

To start the morning you will get a continental breakfast onboard. The staff will instruct you on safety, and help with a snorkeling lesson for those that need it. Instructors are friendly, well-trained, and kind. They make sure to find spots for snorkeling that are full of tropical fish but not crowded by other boats. On your way back, enjoy a complimentary beer or mimosa.

2.    Maui Chocolate Tour – The Tastiest Tour on Maui, don’t skip it! 

Address: 78 Ulupono St Suite 1, Lahaina, HI 96761

Return from your trip as a chocolate snob thanks to the Exclusive Guided Cacao Farm Tour and Chocolate Tasting. Book online and choose a starting time between 9 am and 2:30 pm. The tour and tasting will take a little over 1.5 hours and will leave you in love with this farm.

You will start with a tour of the private cacao estate with over 20 acres of cacao trees. Prepare for hands-on activities as you will learn to harvest the pods, and everything it takes to create the final chocolate. The tour guides are knowledgeable and friendly, so ask questions! Then end the tour with an amazing 9-piece tasting. This includes instructions on what to look for in chocolate and how to differentiate tastes based on the cocoa’s origin.  This is also a great family event for older children.

3.    Lahaina Pali Trail Hike – Wind turbines and whale watching

This hike is just under 5 miles round trip. The trail is moderately hard and should be done when you are ready, well dressed for a hike with lots of water and sun protection. For the average hiker, it will take under 3 hours to complete. There is a rocky area at the beginning and some incline. The trail is open all year long and it’s pet friendly, so take your dog on a leash.

This is a great opportunity to bird-watch, enjoy lush jungle-like vegetation, observe wildflowers, and appreciate panoramic views of the area. The trail is known for the wind turbines which are powerful and beautiful to see, but the ocean views are also amazing including the view of Moloka’i. This is a great trail during the winter months, if it’s overcast you won’t get hot, and it’s a great place to go whale watching.

4.    Launiupoko Beach Park – a great place for surfing and paddle boarding

This beach is about 7 acres of shoreline with sand shade and everything you need to enjoy a beach. There is a fully enclosed and protected natural pool made from lava rock. It’s a great calm and shallow place for children or adults who want to soak and enjoy the water. The beach is surrounded by tropical trees and has plenty of shade to enjoy.

If you want to learn surfing, or just try out some beginner moves, this is the perfect beach for that. Try other watersports here like paddle boarding, snorkeling, Longboard surfing, and even kayaking. It’s also a great place to watch the sunset. In the winter time make sure to do some whale watching from here.

Day 4: (South Maui) Experience the unique terrain of the island and enjoy a sunset

South Maui was created for laid-back exploring days and romantic fiery nights. It’s known for beautiful beaches, lava fields, and one-of-a-kind views of islands Lānaʻi, Molokini, and Kahoʻolawe. Spend the better part of the day hiking, strolling along the beach, and enjoying the food. In the evening, opt for a romantic sunset cruise.

1.    Charley Young Beach – Perfect morning beach

Head to this beach in the morning. It’s a great time to avoid any possible crowds and a perfect spot to soak up some of that Hawaiian beauty. The beach is almost 3 miles long, so it’s a great spot to take a peaceful walk along the water, or even take a swim. It’s covered with powdery sand and the water is calm and clear. If in Kihei this is a great alternative to the more crowded and larger beaches.

This is a good family beach because it’s close to everything you need including rentals, food vendors, and other shops. The beach itself doesn’t have amenities except for outdoor showers, but because of its location, you won’t mind. While here you can enjoy some sunbathing or sit in the shade under the pine trees. Overall, this spot offers some more privacy than the other nearby spots.

2.    Grab some breakfast or lunch at the wonderful Ami Ami Bar and Grill

Address: 2259 S Kihei Rd, Kihei, HI 96753

Very close to Charley Young Beach I would recommend having a great breakfast or lunch at Ami Ami Bar and Grill. It’s one of the better restaurants in town without the tourist hype and crowds. They serve homemade food at great prices and in large portions. Also, the restaurant is family owned by the locals and a lot of the ingredients are also locally sourced. The menu has vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Feel free to ask your waiter about substitutes.

The atmosphere is elegant and casual, and there is large outdoor seating. Working hours here start from 7 am, so I love this spot for an early breakfast. My favorite savory choice is the breakfast burrito with Pepper jack cheese Portuguese sausage, scrambled eggs, and crispy hash browns. (Tasty!) 

If you prefer something sweet, the bananas foster pancakes with cognac caramel syrup and a side of fresh fruit are the best (they are also huge!). If this is your dinner spot, make sure to make reservations and you will most likely have some live music with your meal.

3.    Makena Beach (Makena) or Big Beach

If you are a fan of huge golden sand beaches, this is the best one on the island. Big Beach, as it’s called, is a gorgeous wide and deep stretch of sand perfect for spending the afternoon at. This is not a commercial beach, so instead of hotels and resorts, you are surrounded by trees, lava rocks, and the ocean. The beach is pretty much untouched (asides from maybe a snack shop or a food truck far in the distance.)

The views from the beach are stunning in all directions and include the lush green jungle, mountains, and Molokini and Kahoolawe. Big beach and little Beach are connected by a short trail, so it’s a good idea to walk and explore both of them when you visit. With the beach being undeveloped and known for some waves, it’s important to keep safe while exploring. Make sure not to swim out far or turn your back to the ocean. The beach has lifeguard stations at the two entrances leading to the beach.

4.    One’uli Black Sand Beach – unique and pretty beach, good for snorkeling

This somewhat strange-looking beach gets its black sand from lava rock (the nearby Pu’u Ola’i Cinder Cone’s). The beach is made famous on Instagram due to the unique and one-of-a-kind pictures taken here. It’s a lovely place to visit if you want to snorkel, watch for turtles and whales, or enjoy a sunset. The beach is also famous for having lots of great coral to explore, and tropical fish.

You will enjoy this beach if you prefer rugged beauty, walking along the beach exploring, and having some time away from the classical tourist spots. The beach has a gravel parking lot and no facilities. So plan ahead. If you are searching for black sand beaches, Waianapanapa Black Sand Beach in East Maui is an amazing stop as well.

5.    La Perouse Bay & Lava Fields – Best hiking and kayaking spot

Drive all the way to the end of the road in Makena and you will arrive at your destination. In contrast to the ocean and jungles, the Lava Fields will take you to another planet with odd and interesting terrain. This is a fantastic spot to understand the true power of nature and volcanos. This isn’t a place to swim, but rather a great spot to take out your hiking shoes for exploring.

I spend hours finding critters (sea urchins, crabs, shells) between the rock and the ocean while enjoying the view of Haleakala. There is a large area to explore. Continue to the trail’s end for a less visited part and a spot with more peace and privacy. If you plan to spend some time here, make sure to bring water and food. You will not have much to buy (just enjoy).

6.    Adventure Sunset Sail (Maui sunset, with a Molokini silhouette)

A good way to experience the sunset is right off the water on a calm and comfy boat. It allows you to have an all-around view including the shore, cities, mountains, and open ocean. My favorite tour in this area is the Adventure Sunset Sail from Kai Kanani and they have locations close to Lahaina, Kihei, Kahului, and Paia. Overall the price is good and the tour lasts about 2 hours. This is a perfect date night or romantic activity.

The tour offers a three-course plated dinner, an open bar full of local spirits such as Ocean Vodka and Kula Rum, and a toast at sunset.

Day 5: (Upcountry Maui) Hail the most beautiful sunrise and the local producers

To experience some of the local and true spirits of Maui, you shouldn’t miss spending some time upcountry. This area is known for the paniolo, or Hawaiian cowboy culture and agriculture. Also, it’s home to the magnificent Haleakala National Park and Crater. Traveling through this part of the island you should submerge yourself in the rich farms, farm-to-table food, and natural lifestyle. Also, don’t miss a fun evening having a vodka and spirits tasting.

1.    Haleakala National Park and Crater Sunrise

Many will choose to see a sunrise or sunset at Haleakala Crater as their favorite moment of the trip. This is breathtaking. It’s an opportunity to stand atop a dormant volcano and watch the clouds beneath you (at over 10.000 feet high). The sky is just amazing as the sun’s beams break through in swirls of different colors.

To get to the crater it takes about an hour from the base. Everyone should arrive 90 to 120 minutes early because there can be a crowd at the park entrance (besides you want the best spot!) Book parking ahead of time. The road up the volcano is well-kept and maintained. There are bathrooms before entering the park. But in general, prepare to be in the wild. The mountain is much colder than the ocean side, so make sure to bring a blanket, and a jacket (I like to bundle in, especially early in the morning). Snacks and water are also a must.

2.    Kula Botanical Garden – 8 acres of lush tropical plants

If you did the sunrise at the crater, make sure to stop by the Kula Botanical Garden which is on the slopes of the volcano. This is a lush, tranquil place to take a walk and appreciate your surroundings. For plant lovers, this is a great spot because it’s over 8 acres of colorful exotic plants growing along a gentle stream, including lemon eucalyptus trees and white ginger.

They also have an Orchid House, a Fuschia House, a bird sanctuary, and a chameleon exhibit. There is so much to see, that you will lose track of time. This is such a beautiful site it’s well-known for weddings. The best way to see the garden is by taking a self-guided tour. It’s not pricy at all.

3.    O’o Farms coffee lunch tour (Best meal from Farm to Table)

You can take the breakfast and coffee tour or the lunch tour. If you do the morning tour you will appreciate them waiting for you with some freshly brewed coffee. Both tours are great and run by the people who do all the work on the farm. They are very knowledgeable. Each tour ends with farm to table meal in a beautiful natural setting. The meal is multicourse (and better than in most restaurants) filled with fruits and vegetables grown on the farm. You will need to set aside about 3 hours for this tour and will learn about sustainable farming, coffee growing, and native cultivation.

4.    Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery – Don’t miss this when in Maui

Address: 192 Maalaea Rd, Wailuku, HI 96793

5.    Maui Pineapple Tour

Address: 883 Haliimaile Rd, Makawao, HI 96768

This is an unusual one, but visit the Maui Pineapple tour at the Maui Gold Plantation. Book ahead of time and prepare to spend about 1.5 to 2 hours here. You will take a field trip through pineapple fields with a friendly and funny guide that loves his job. There is great information to be learned and you get a nice tasting of fresh juicy pineapple right off the farm. As a parting gift, everyone gets a packaged pineapple that is safe to take by plane. This is a good option for those departing earlier because they have 9:30 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. time slots.

Day 6: (The road to Hana) Swim in jungle-like waterfalls and explore lava tubes

The road to Hana is a must for every adventure seeker. This is the jungle-like, tropical and authentic side of the island. It’s rich in waterfalls, trails, and other natural beauty. Make this a day trip and decide to stop at all the destinations, or just a few.

1. Paia Town – Local food, artwork, and shopping

This funky and hippy town is one of the spots that has not been changed by tourism. It’s an authentic community with small shows, handmade crafts, and a strong love for art. Spend some time browsing the shops and meeting the locals. We usually have breakfast here. Flatbread Company and Paia Fish Market are good choices for food. Also, stop in at Mana Foods and pick up some healthy snacks and water for the rest of the trip.

2. Twin Falls Hike and Waterfall (mile marker 2)

Park at Wailele Farms and take the 1 mile round trip to Twin falls. You will have a nice walk and see the upper and lower falls, which are great for pictures, taking a break, or even swimming. The swimming hole is known for cliff jumping and it’s a safe and clean place to swim (if you behave responsibly).

3. Hookipa Beach Park – The turtle-watching spot (mile marker 9)

This is a good stop if you want to stretch your legs and do some beach observing. The beach is known for its great waves, and in the winter it attracts professional surfers. It’s impressive to watch them live. Also, most of the year this beach is home to a great population of green turtles. If you haven’t had the opportunity to see them on your trip, make sure to stop by.

4.    Upper Waikani Falls aka Three Bears (mile marker 19)

This is a great spot to swim and a really photogenic waterfall (three waterfalls). Park on the small parking up the road, then walk down the trail. Once you make your way to the waterhole you will be amazed at how clean the water is. This is a great spot to swim, especially because it’s usually not crowded. Most people either don’t know how to get down into the hole or are afraid. Just make sure the trail is not slippery and wet when you do it. 

5. Hana Lava Tubes aka (Ka’eleku Cave) (mile marker 31)

It will take you about 40 minutes to walk around the large caves, and you get a flashlight with your entrance pass because there is no electricity inside. This is one of the island’s two lava tubes and it’s worth seeing. Exploring is fun and safe, there are handrails set up and the temperature is always nice and cool (a good opportunity to get away from the sun).

The lava tubes are open between 10:30 am and 4:00 pm. There is also a Red Ti Botanical Garden Maze and a space to have lunch if you bring your own food.

6.    Waimoku falls – The Pipiwai Trail Hike (just before mile marker 42)

For those who love to hike this is a treat. Every part of the trail and waterfall is amazing. The 3.8-mile out-and-back trail should take about 2.5 hours to complete round-trip. About half a mile into the trail you will pass the 185-foot Makahiku Falls. At the end of the trail is the Waimoku falls at 400-feet tall. This is not a place to swim, but the falls are breathtaking and well worth the hike.

Day 7: (North Shore) Visit the authentic and local Maui

Make your last day in Maui count. Make sure to soak up some beautiful botanical gardens, experience some art, and visit at least one more beautiful beach for a swim. Depending on your flight departure, do as many of the below-listed activities as possible, and still, stay close to the airport.

1.    Paia Secret Beach – The clothing-optional beach

So you don’t have to be a nudist to enjoy this beach. But you also can be. It is the perfect place to spend some quality quiet time because it is never crowded. The beach has a stunning view of the open ocean. The sand is coarse but still comfortable and easy to enjoy. Because there is no parking for this specific (secret) beach, just a walk from Paia Bay (where we always park). This is a good beach for swimming and spending some time alone (reading and relaxing). There are no bathrooms and showers, but there are close ones at Paia Beach Park.

2.    Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center

Address: 2841 Baldwin Ave, Makawao, HI 96768

If you are done with the beach, for now, check out the Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center. This is a community-based visual arts spot with great and changing art exhibits and many art classes. It’s also a great non-profit to support. If you do the self-guided tour asides from the beautiful grounds of the Kaluanui Estate you will see working art studios (with students and teachers). It’s a great place to learn about the history of Maui at the Kaluanui History Room. The working hours are Wednesday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Make some time for them, because there is a lot to see.

3.    NorthShore Zipline Co – Zip through giant eucalyptus trees

Address: 2065 Kauhikoa Rd, Haiku, HI 96708

This is a great stop for the whole family to get some excitement. NorthShore Zipline Co. has 7 different zip lines that are worth multiple rides. Each one offers an incredible view of the Pacific Ocean, the jungle, and Maui’s green North Shore. You will reach heights of over 70 feet and travel at 40 miles per hour. This activity is fun for all ages and safe. The instructors are safety oriented, well-trained, and friendly. So no need to worry. Book your sport online by choosing a start time from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Plan your trip easily, as NorthShore is located less than 25 minutes from the Kahului Airport.  

4.    Sacred Garden of Maliko

Address: 460 Kaluanui Rd, Makawao, HI 96768

Plant lovers will want to make sure they stop by the Sacred Garden of Maliko. They have over 10,000 sq. of plant nurseries filled with exotic and tropical plants and flowers (I love the blooming orchids, water plants, and succulents). They also have two rock labyrinths that are fun to walk and use as meditation time. There is also a meditation garden and everything is influenced by organic and down-to-earth artwork including some Buddhist statues. This is a free activity, and a good spot to buy some small souvenirs. I love the small cactus and succulent plants as gifts. They are open 7 days a week. If you are looking for a group activity, they also have gardening classes, aromatherapy, and medicinal plant classes available upon request.

5.    Ho’okipa Beach Park

If you are looking for another shoreline spot, this great beach and park are less than 10 miles away from Kahului Airport. The beach is made of fine white sand and is both long and wide. There are swimmable parts of the beach, but it’s mostly famous for surfing. Bring some food and enjoy a picnic while watching pro surfers perform amazing tricks. It’s also a world-famous windsurfing spot.

If that’s not enough, this spot is a good opportunity to catch some more green turtles lounging before your trip home. You can see the largest population of turtles in the late afternoon coming to rest and lounge on the sand. But some are playing around all day long.


Maui is a gorgeous tropical paradise. It has everything you could imagine

And regardless of what kind of vacation you love, Maui has the perfect set of activities for you.

Using this itinerary, you can make the best of your 7 days in Maui and see the entire island. Travel the island like a local and explore the most beautiful white sand beaches, most exciting hikes, rushing waterfalls, and much more.

Pick and choose your activities, or do them all. You will have a great time. 

If you found my itinerary helpful, please share it with your friends and help me keep doing what I love. 

Have a safe trip! 

Last Updated on May 2, 2023 by Brigitte