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-Hawaii Master Thread: General Questions And Which Island To Visit?
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Before you go:

How long should I go for?
You could spend 10 years on Maui and not get your fill. That being said, the bare minimum to enjoy your stay is 4 days on the ground. A week is ideal.

It's possible to do a short trip by leaving early Sunday morning, getting there in the afternoon, and then leaving Thursday night and being back home for shabbos.

Do I need a guide book?
Very definitely. Sure you could find most info online, but nothing compares to a good, written-by-a-local, guide book. Maui Revealed is by far the best option, and will possibly be the best $16 you spent on your trip.

There is also an app version available for both iOS and Android for $7.99. The app has all the content of the book, plus navigation, offline maps, and links when applicable. You don't really need both, but some people find it useful to have the book while planning (much easier to use) and the app while on the island (for the maps and navigation).

What about Shabbos?
Some authorities hold that there's a dateline issue with Shabbos.
The local communities keep Shabbos on Saturday.
Definitely ask your LOR before you go - some hold simply that Shabbos is on Saturday, some hold that you have to keep Shabbos on both Friday and Saturday, and some hold that you have to keep D'oreisas on Friday and full Shabbos on Saturday.

If you must keep 2 days, remember that there are many questions that could come up (such as when to light Shabbos candles, how to warm up food, etc.), so make sure to discuss it all with your LOR.

There have been books written about the Chabad opinion of keeping Shabbos only on Saturday. Rabbi Aharon Dovid Gancz gives an absolutely fascinating pilpul on the topic, if you get a chance to attend one please record it (with permission) and upload the video online.

Note that you may run into this issue even if you leave the islands Thursday afternoon, as it may already be considered Shabbos. Ask your LOR.


Getting there and getting around:

Air:
The main airport is in Kahului, and is designated OGG. The are two other small airports - Kapalua (JHM) in the West Maui Mountains and Hana (HNM) in the east.
You could fly directly from the mainland to OGG from (bold is seasonal only):

ANC (AS)
BLI (AS, Allegiant Air)
DEN (UA)
DFW (AA)
LAX (AA, DL, HA, UA)
OAK (AS, HA)
ORD (UA)
PDX (AS)
PHX (US)
SAN (AS, HA)
SEA (AS, HA)
SFO (UA)
SJC (AS)
SMF (AS)
YEG (WestJet)
YVR (AC, WestJet)
YYC (AC, WestJet)

There are no direct flights from the East coast, so you will stop in one of these cities.
Alternately, you could fly directly to Honolulu (HNL) and continue to OGG from there.

Hawaiian and Go fly interisland from HNL, KOA, and LIH, Go, and Island Air flies from HNL. Mokulele flies from HNL and KOA, as well as to Kapalua (JHM), Hana (HNM), Molokai (MKK), Lanai (LNY), and Waimea-Kohala (MUE) on the Big Island.

There is a DansDeals corporate account for Hawaiian Airlines that allows you to take 2 free bags per person, up to a $50 value per flight (see baggage fees chart). It also gives free standby on earlier flights. You can email jj@dansdeals.com with the exact flights, dates, and time that you want, passengers names and dates of birth, and the price you found on hawaiianair.com to make a booking. A $6 per person per leg fee applies.

Alternatively, you can also use 5k AA, 6k UA or 7.5k HA miles each way to fly interisland. You can use 15k DL pesos for a RT interisland. United allows a free stopover on a round-trip, so for instance you can fly HNL-LIH-OGG-HNL for just 12K miles.
HA has several tiers, similar to DL, the lowest tier is the only one that's available using partner miles, but with HA miles you can purchase tickets that are otherwise unavailable for additional miles.

Car:
A car is necessary on Maui. All major companies have branches, mostly at the airport. There are also some local companies.

Hertz has Gold Choice at the airport. According to National's website there is no Executive Aisle/Selection at the airport, but according to reports there is one, albeit sparse to the point of uselessness. Also check out www.discounthawaiicarrental.com - they book from the major brands, and are worth a try. Costco Travel very often has great prices too.

Make sure to check your reservations often, as prices tend to drop a few weeks before pickup. If it does, make a new reservation and only then cancel your original one.

There's nothing like a convertible on Maui (especially on the Road to Hana). A 4WD is not really necessary, however some people feel more comfortable in one on the 'other side' of the Road to Hana and the hairy parts of Kahekill Hwy (east of the blowhole).

Air Maui will mail you a nice free paper map of the island - click here to request it. It usually takes a week or two to arrive.


Where to stay:

The two most popular area to stay are on the West side (Lahaina, Ka'anapali, Kapalua) and the South side (Wailea, Kihei), due to the better weather there. The South side could sometimes get windy in the winter, though. There are also many places to rent Upcountry (Kula, Pukalani), where the air is cooler and the views smashing (but farther from the beach).

Here are some places that are discussed in this thread:

NameAreaMore InfoComments
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Hyatt RegencyWest side (Lahaina) WebsiteHyatt Category 5
AndazSouth side (Wailea)WebsiteHyatt Category 6. This is a brand spanking new hotel and is getting absolutely rave reviews.
SheratonWest side (Lahaina)WebsiteSPG category 6.
WestinWest side (Lahaina) WebsiteSPG category 6.
FairmontSouth side (Wailea)WebsiteAll suite hotel.
"Get your own place"AnywhereWebsiteThere are countless condos, timeshares, or villas available to rent on the island. The advantages are that you get more for your money - a couple of bedrooms, living/dining rooms, and a full kitchen. There will usually be a pool, sometimes even a private one. Additionally, they're often cheaper than a hotel. There are many places to find them -
HomeAway Maui
VRBO Maui
Airbnb Maui


What to do:

Beaches:
There are countless beaches on Maui, and all are public. Most offer amazing snorkeling. The East and South side beaches are safe for swimming / snorkeling year round, while some North and West beaches could be deadly in winter. Here are some popular ones, in no particular order:

NameAreaComments
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Beach 1Area 1Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Ut wisi enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exerci tation ullamcorper suscipit lobortis nisl ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat.
Beach 2Area 2Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Ut wisi enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exerci tation ullamcorper suscipit lobortis nisl ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat.
Beach 3Area 3Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Ut wisi enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exerci tation ullamcorper suscipit lobortis nisl ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat.


Hiking:
There are a tremendous amount of great hikes on Maui. Check the Maui Revealed book for detailed info on all of them, with maps, difficulty ratings, etc. These are just a few which are discussed in this thread:

NameAreaComments
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Sliding SandsHaleakalaAn amazing hike into the crater from the upper visitors center. Quite challenging due to the constant downhill on a loose cinder trail. Amazing views unlike anything on the island, and no shade. The entire trail takes all day, but most people take it only partway in. Go as far as you like and remember that the way back is a constant uphill and will take twice as long. Bring lots of water.
Pipiwai TrailHanaOne of the nicest trail on Maui. A bit past Hana, just before the Seven Sacred Pools. The hike goes through the jungle, past banyan trees and a 200-foot waterfall, and through a bamboo forest (this is the highlight for most people). The trail ends at the amazing 400-foot Waimoku Falls. Give this hike a couple of hours.
Lava FieldSouth MauiAt the end of the road, past the Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve. This is an amazing and relatively difficult hike. You will be walking on sharp, loose lava rocks the entire time, but the views are smashing and the terrain interesting. Great views of a particularly wild stretch of ocean, interesting pools (not swimmable), and ends in a glorious (and generally empty) beach if you brave it till the end. Do the loop - hug the coast on the way out, and take the Kings Highway back. See Maui Revealed for all the details.


Other activities:

ActivityComments
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Helicopter toursA few companies offer this; Blue Hawaiian is generally considered to be the best. There are different routes to choose from - keep in mind that the ones going to Haleakala don't actually go into the crater. This is not as recommended on Maui as it is on other islands, since the entire island is pretty much easily accessible so you won't go anywhere remote or extremely amazing.
Road to HanaAbsolute must-do. Don't get scared off by misinformation and go all the way around - in a way the backside is even more spectacular that the more popular first half. You do NOT need a special car or 4WD; any regular car could do it happily. Best way to do the road is to spend the night in Hana, as that will leave the most time to explore the thousand different things along the road. If you're only going for the day, make sure to be on the road EARLY (7-7:30 the latest).
Haleakala SunriseA spectacular event that is not to be missed. You will wake up at the witching hour, it will be freezing cold, and it will be absolutely worth it. Be there at least 45 minutes before the listed sunrise - the earlier the better; they close the upper parking lot when it fills up and you'll have to park at the lower visitor center lot. Dress warmly and bring lots of jackets and blankets. Take the trail to Pakaoao (White Hill) and you'll have the sunrise to yourself (mostly, at least).
'Ohe'o Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools)Also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, this is in the Hana side of Haleakala National Park. Save your receipt from sunrise; it's valid for three days and will get you in to the pools too. Short hike from the parking lot to the pools, and it's absolutely stunning. Will be absolutely PACKED from around 1PM and on (but still worth it). If you're staying in Hana go early in the morning and it'll be mostly empty.
Snorkling Molokini craterCountless boat companies will take you out to Molokini. It has the best underwater visibility in the state, sometimes over 100 feet. Somewhat overrated and over-touristed, but generally considered to be worth it.
Kayaking
Biking
Horseback riding
Ziplining
Cruises


Shopping:
  • Costco in Kahului has some kosher food, as well as the cheapest gas on the island

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« Reply #75 on: March 01, 2012, 11:12:44 PM »
I just started reading Maui revealed and am getting more excited by the page. I am only going to be in Maui for 3 days. What are the must sees:
(Not crazy hiking)
I did snorkeling in kauai already.

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« Reply #76 on: March 02, 2012, 12:51:07 PM »
So I am going to do the drive to Hana. Any specific experiences and recommendations. I am staying in Wailea so it's a bit longer of a drive.

Also, after doing the helicopter tour in Kauai I want to do it again in Maui but it's way more expensive. Any recommendations?
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« Reply #77 on: March 02, 2012, 01:05:22 PM »
So I am going to do the drive to Hana. Any specific experiences and recommendations. I am staying in Wailea so it's a bit longer of a drive.

Also, after doing the helicopter tour in Kauai I want to do it again in Maui but it's way more expensive. Any recommendations?

You'll find the general consensus to be split, and maybe Dan can weigh in but IMHO, once you've done Kauai, Hana isn't much of a big deal, esp given the long drive and very curvey roads(don't get me wrong, it's still stunning, and has awesome hikes). With just three days in Maui, I'm not quite sure I'd do Hana. Even Revealed says that Hana should be done in 2 days, to get the most out of it.

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« Reply #78 on: March 05, 2012, 10:53:59 AM »
Anyone else have an opinion on Hana? Also, anyone take the helicopter tour there?


Also, I there counter space to put a toaster oven and hot plate at the Kea Lani?
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« Reply #79 on: March 05, 2012, 11:03:13 AM »
Anyone else have an opinion on Hana? Also, anyone take the helicopter tour there?
Also, I there counter space to put a toaster oven and hot plate at the Kea Lani?
-Do Hana, stop for hikes along the way, and come back the long way
-Skip the Helicopter (only worth it on Kauai and over the eruption of the Big Island)
-There's plenty of counter space.
-See sunrise/sunset on Haleakala.
-Hike to the Nakalele Blowhole and Olivine Pools in West Maui
-Snorkel in the morning south of Wailea.
-Check out downtown Lahaina in the evening/nighttime.
-Stop for some kosher food at the Hyatt (call ahead to order and let them know which restaurant to eat at)
-Go on a whale watching boat (in season)
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« Reply #80 on: March 05, 2012, 11:28:36 AM »
-Do Hana, stop for hikes along the way, and come back the long way
-Skip the Helicopter (only worth it on Kauai and over the eruption of the Big Island)
-There's plenty of counter space.
-See sunrise/sunset on Haleakala.
-Hike to the Nakalele Blowhole and Olivine Pools in West Maui
-Snorkel in the morning south of Wailea.
-Check out downtown Lahaina in the evening/nighttime.
-Stop for some kosher food at the Hyatt (call ahead to order and let them know which restaurant to eat at)
-Go on a whale watching boat (in season)
The list is good, but IMHO skip the whale watching boat. If its truly in season, you can sit by the shore with a pair of binoculars (or even w/o them sometimes) and see plenty of breaching whales. I found the boat ride to be crowded, dehydrating, and every time a whale was spotted, everyone would crowd to one side of the boat.

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« Reply #81 on: March 05, 2012, 11:43:41 AM »
The list is good, but IMHO skip the whale watching boat. If its truly in season, you can sit by the shore with a pair of binoculars (or even w/o them sometimes) and see plenty of breaching whales. I found the boat ride to be crowded, dehydrating, and every time a whale was spotted, everyone would crowd to one side of the boat.
Lol, lesson is get a seat on the boat and bring a bottle of water :D
We had whales breaching so close I could almost reach out and touch them.  You won't get that from the shore.
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« Reply #82 on: March 05, 2012, 12:16:22 PM »
Thanks so much helpful info!


What is the long way back from Hana ? Is it along the west coast going clockwise from wailea?What time should I leave?


The Hyatt really has kosher food? Wow! What hashgacha and from where?

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« Reply #83 on: March 05, 2012, 12:30:36 PM »
I would recommend this routing in a clockwise motion.

You'll need to leave the hotel by 7am to get your "money's worth", though in Hawaii that's not a hard thing as that's 1pm EDT.

Most of the Hyatt food was under the OU IIRC and is cholov yisroel.

Hyatt Kosher Menu:
Breakfast
      Cheese Blintz                                       $14
      Country Omelet                                     $15

Appetizer
      Beef Corn Dogs                              $9
      Chicken Wings with a spicy sauce (approx. 16 pcs)      $1
      Chicken Fingers (approx. 12 pcs)               $11

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     All entrees are served with a side dish and dessert:
   two rolls, bean salad, brownie mandarin orange segments

Szechwan Tofu                        $25
   Tofu strips, pepper, zucchini, tomato, steamed rice

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      Atlantic Salmon Filet                           $32
           With lemon and dill sauce

      Boneless Rib Steak                     $32
         Zucchini, tomato, and steamed rice

      Chicken Siciliano   (9)
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« Reply #84 on: March 06, 2012, 06:55:22 PM »
Thanks so much helpful info!


What is the long way back from Hana ? Is it along the west coast going clockwise from wailea?What time should I leave?



Just a few warnings on going the long way from Hana,

A: If you get to Hana and the sun is setting then go back the way you came!
unless your an advanced driver with a powerful car and lots of supplies and gas, if you think the way
there is windy the further you go the windier it gets!!! and thinner the road becomes! at some points
the road is at a 70 degree angle and turning up the side of a cliff! and remember there is no cell phone signal
pretty much the whole way back, there not a soul on the road, and 80% of the road the speed limit is 15MPH,

B: The whole trip can take between 8 to 12 hour if you plan on enjoying the the many beautiful things the road to Hana has to offer,
so plan as Dan said to leave at 7AM if you want to do it in a relaxed fashion which I'm assuming is the reason you are doing it for  :)

and just enjoy it! its an amazing experience! you'll love it,
 


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« Reply #85 on: March 06, 2012, 07:14:40 PM »
I'm not an advanced driver and I did the road when it was in worse condition than it is today in a convertible.  I can't say I recall any 70 degree angles, but it can get a little hairy at some points.

Leave at 7am and plan to get home around 6pm or so, which allows for time to do a few hikes, take pictures with all the waterfalls, and play in the 7 sacred pools and maybe even the infinity pool if you have the nerve for it.
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« Reply #86 on: March 22, 2012, 11:59:59 PM »
I am planning on going to Maui in a week and a half. I am getting nervous that the weather seems to call for rain every day this month so far. I will be in Wailea and I surely do not want to get rained out.
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« Reply #87 on: March 23, 2012, 12:03:37 AM »
Lol...don't worry it always rains for a few minutes a day in Hawaii.
Unless you're in princeville, hilo, or hana that is...it does rain all day there.
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« Reply #88 on: March 23, 2012, 12:12:39 AM »
Thanks for calming my nerves!!
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« Reply #89 on: March 28, 2012, 12:38:52 AM »
This may sound crazy but it seems like I will be taking my 1 year old baby along with us to Maui. Any ideas of what activities we could do with her?

Also, are there any frum babysitters in Wailea?

Any tips or suggestions?

 We are flying on an AA 767-300 in First Class we will have 3 seats Which row is the best?

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