When it comes to plate lunch Da Kitchen has the most ono-kine, broke da mouth grinds anywhere in town.

Where to Eat in Kahului, Maui

When it comes to deciding where to eat in Kahului, you won’t lack for choices. Cuisines range from Hawaiian local to Asian to European, and you’ll even find authentic Mexican on offer. Casual dining rules in Kahului, with at least one very satisfying fine dining establishment.

Casanova has all the makings of a romantic date night you might find in a big city in a town that doesn’t even have stoplights.

Where to Eat in Makawao, Maui

Even laid-back Makawao town has managed to get in on the recent explosion in food tours, with tasty and informative results. But on a tour or not, from American with a twist to traditional Hawaiian to authentic Italian and a good bit between, here’s where to eat in Makawao.

Locals will point you to Pa‘ia Fish Market, where lines stretch out the door for the popular ono and mahi burgers.

Where to Eat in Pa‘ia, Maui

Home to some of the best seafood on the island, a decent selection of cuisines and budgets, and an abundance of local color, where to eat in Pa‘ia is a challenge if you’ll be in town for only one meal. Aim for lunch and dinner to really enjoy the selection.

The Ohai Trail awards hikers with panoramic vistas of the island’s North Shore.

West Maui Hiking Trails

There aren’t nearly as many hiking trails on the West Side of Maui as you might expect. Much of the access in West Maui is blocked by private land or lack of proper trails. Nevertheless, the hiking options in West Maui offer their own sort of beauty, from stunning coastal treks to grueling ridgeline hikes.

Maui Ocean Riders offers the opportunity to witness little-seen areas of Lana‘i, such as Polihua Beach.

Lahaina Snorkeling Charters

Snorkeling charters in Lahaina run the gamut from small inflatable rafts to massive two-tiered catamarans. Since it’s important to match the tour company to the type of experience you want, here’s a summary of all Lahaina’s providers, including what they offer, prices, and scheduling.

Enjoy a true island experience of live music at Hotel Moloka‘i.

Entertainment on Moloka‘i

Most of the entertainment on Moloka‘i is of the live music variety, and that usually means that it’s going to be traditional island music played in a kanikapila style. Witnessing a live jam session can be captivating and a true island experience.

The northernmost beach in Kihei where you would want to snorkel is Charley Young beach, which is also known as the north end of Kamaole I.

Snorkeling in Kihei, Maui

Here’s everything you need to know about snorkeling in Kihei, including where and when to go, what you’ll sight, rental shops and outfitters, and which boat tours that focus on sightseeing and snorkeling.

Aerial view of Kahului in Central Maui.

Getting Around Central Maui

Getting around Central Maui is fairly easy, with a reliable bus network and several car rental options. Depending on your budget, you might want to stick to the bus routes for the most part and rent a vehicle only if you plan to venture off the beaten path or your schedule is tight.