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MORN­ING

Be­fore the Wai­hee Ridge Trail is misted with dreamy cot­ton-like clouds, head out early to the 2,563-foot peak and get a breath­tak­ing view of Wailuku, the slopes of Ka­haku­loa, Maka­maka‘ole Falls and Mount ‘Eke. Bring a rain-re­sis­tant jacket, bot­tles of wa­ter and a pic­nic lunch to en­joy at the end of the trail.

AF­TER­NOON

A trip to the is­lands would not be com­plete without a re­fresh­ing dip in the ocean. Maui’s shore­lines are no ex­cep­tion. Lo­cated in Ka­palua, Oneloa beach fea­tures a quiet stretch of jewel-toned wa­ters that skim the fine grains of pow­dery sand. Don’t for­get to pack sun­screen as you may end up bask­ing all day long.

EVENING

The term “lo­cal” may be dif­fi­cult to de­fine other than notic­ing the busy lines and wait times at a pop­u­lar eatery. A place that at­tracts both visi­tors and reg­u­lars alike is none other than Da Kitchen Cafe in Kahu­lui. It’s au­then­tic “lo­cal” cui­sine at a great price. Must-tries in­clude the sumo plate and fried musubi.

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