How To Enjoy The Perfect Solo Daycation In Maui, Hawaii
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How To Enjoy The Perfect Solo Daycation In Maui, Hawaii

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Jade Robinson
Jade Robinson Feb 18, 2021

If you are a resident of the Hawaiian Islands or neighboring states like California, and in need of a solo daycation, Maui is the perfect place.

Here is a guide on how you can enjoy the perfect solo daycation in Maui.

1. Start Your Day At 3am For Haleakalā Classic Sunrise Tour

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Haleakala National Park is Maui’s main attraction and Skyline’s Haleakalā Classic Sunrise tour is the sole reason. Hike up the mountain to be greeted with 360 degree views when you reach the top. The best views happen around 5am.

2. Head Over To “Humble Market Kitchin” For Breakfast

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Humble Market Kitchen created by Roy Yamaguchi, is a fan favorite in Maui. Located in the Wailea Beach Resort, it has a reputation of being the best breakfast on the island. Residents and tourist flock to the restaurant to experience dishes like the coconut pancakes, Maui No Ka ‘Oi breakfast and the island fruit parfait.

3. Take Surfing Lessons With Maui Surfer Girls

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Maui Surfer Girls offers surf lessons to anyone, no matter your level of experience. Who knows you might even get the chance to surf with a friendly neighborhood dog. In accordance with COVID-19 guidelines, Maui Surfer Girls has limited class sizes, social distancing where appropriate, and all equipment is cleaned between classes.  

4. Head To Dinner At Paia Fish Market

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Paia Fish Market, a fresh fish market, is one of the island’s popular seafood spots. Choose from local fresh fish, and customize your perfect dinner. Pro Tip: Try the blackened snapper paired with Cajun rice.

5. Rest At Wailea Beach Resort

Photo courtesy of Wailea Beach Resort Facebook

Wailea Beach Resort’s scenic views and luxurious feel makes it the perfect way to rest and end your day. There are multiple dining options, private floating cabanas, five pools and a 5-star spa on the premises. Enjoy your staycation and the vibrant Maui sunsets while whale watching from your private balcony.

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