Thinking of honeymooning in Maui like Molly Sims and new hubby Scott Stuber? The newlyweds, who tied the knot in Napa on September 24, are spending their first days as husband and wife at the luxurious Four Seasons Resort, Maui at Wailea. Whether you’re looking for adventure, relaxtion or heavenly beaches and scenery, Maui is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world, because it has it all.
Here are our picks and travel tips for the best of the best on the Magic Isle.
Where to Stay:
Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea (808-874-8000)
Hotel Wailea (800-800-0720)
The Ritz Carlton, Kapalua (808-669-6200)
Travaasa Hana (855-868-7282)
Where to Eat:
Hali’imaile General Store (808-572-2666)
Paia Fish Market (808-579-8030)
Mama’s Fish House (808-579-8488)
Anthony’s Coffee Company (808-579-8340)
David Paul’s Island Grill (808-662-3000)
Drive to road to Hana – Swim in the Seven Sacred Pools, relax on the black sand at Hamoa Beach.
Bike Haleakala – Sunrise is the most beautiful time of day to watch daybreak above this volcano crater. Afterwards begin your downhill bike tour at Haleakala National Park.
Big Beach – Spend the day at this hidden treasure in Makena. Visit the local food truck parked on the road for fish tacos or snow cones after a day in the sun.
Snorkel Molokini – The best snorkeling on the island is just off the south shore and departs from Ma’alaea Harbor .
Four Seasons Spa – Get a treatment at this world class spa where celebs like Oprah Winfrey, Hilary Duff and Paris Hilton have been.
Surf Lessons in Kihei – Learn to ride at Kalama Park where you can rent boards and gear right across the street.
Hike the Waihee Valley Trail – This spectacular hike was used in the TV show “Lost” and features numerous streams, swinging bridges and waterfalls.
Walk around Pai’a Town – Owen Wilson and Woody Harrelson frequent this funky little hippy town full of restaurants, shops and culture.