If you like to walk, please try this exclusive 30 minute hike directly from the property: Go through old pineapple field roads next to the property entrance that lead to a horse pasture at the ocean's edge. Climb over an old barbed-wire fence and follow the path down to a private cove to admire one of Maui's hidden treasures. Or perhaps settling down on the bluff at the edge of the Pacific cliff with your favorite refreshment would be equally pleasurable.
Private cove from the Pole House
For the serious hickers, sunrise lovers or explorers, we invite you to discover this magnificent gem that rose from the sea floor millions of years ago to create what the Magic Isle is today. As it stands proudly and dormant in the background, Maui's volcano is a stunning wonder and an ascent above clouds to enjoy during your stay.
If you have the yen to swim at the beach, just drive 10 minutes to the famous Ho'okipa Beach Park who once held the annual Aloha Classic international windsurfing competitions which still attracts surfers, windsurfers and kite surfers from around the world due to its irresistible conditions. Just enjoying the daily display of experts in their respected field is an experience in itself worth the drive.
Ho'okipa Beach Park
If you keep going 5 more minutes and pass the lovely town of Pa'ia, you will come accross the beautiful H.A. Baldwin Park which offers one of the nicest beaches on the island for its breathtaking colors, long daily walks and to challenge the boogie borders in you, for which we provide the equipment. Have small children? Just look for 'Baby beach' at the end of Baldwin beach with its calm and shallow waters protected by a reef 20 yards out.
One of two falls at Twin Falls
If the opportunity to swim in a pool beneath a waterfall offers more appeal to the adventurous in you, head toward Hana for about 10 minutes until you reach mile marker 2. Park and hike on up to Twin Falls through natural lush vegetations and man made forest path to discover some of nature's beauty.
The famous road to Hana is also another fun activity for the whole family that will take you through narrow one-lane bridges, hairpin turns, tropical rainforests and dramatic seascape views. Explore a bamboo forest along your way or stop at Maui's black sand beach at Wai'anapanapa State Park for an unusual sight before arriving to Hana's majestic 'seven sacred pools' and secluded beaches.
Hamoa Beach in Hana
Mama's Fish House romantic entrance
Eating is a big pastime on Maui.
Mama's Fish House, rated the number one fish restaurant by US News and World Report, is just five minutes away from the property. It's a bit pricy but worth the experience as it offers one of the most unique tropical setting you will ever encounter, having its own little private sandy beach cove along with a restaurant décor and ambiance to satisfy your most secret desires.
Pa'ia will charm you with its historic appearance, numerous restaurants to please your palate and with many small boutiques hoping to fulfill your souvenir shopping needs.
If you feel like trying something more local, we would then highly recommend a laid back diner experience at Colleen's restaurant, situated in the Haiku Market Place just a few blocks from the Pole House. They will serve one of the best meal for your money while enjoying a really nice and casual evening.
Golf courses abound on Maui. The majority of the well-known courses are to be found at Wailea or at Ka'anapali, about an hour away. However, there are public courses in Kahului and Pukalani. The closest course to the house is at Maui Country Club in Sprecklesville, a private club that also has tennis courts. You would need to contact them directly to schedule a visit for membership arrangements.
Ka'anapali Golf Course