Iao Valley State Park (http://www.hawaiistateparks.org/parks/maui/index.cfm?park_id=36)
Features the Iao Needle which is a 1,200 foot “needle”. It was an enjoyable park to walk through and only took a couple of hours.
Heleakala Crater Sunrise (http://www.nps.gov/hale/index.htm)
Road to Hana Tour (http://www.polyadhawaiitours.com/maui-tours.html)
Ho'okipa Lookout: This was the first stop on the journey. We were fed a small breakfast of muffins, fruit, and coffee and enjoyed the lookout of Ho’okipa beach which is famous for windsurfing.
Kaumahina State Wayside Park: We stopped here for the beautiful views, interesting trees, and a needed bathroom break.
Surf Lessons (http://www.goofyfootsurfschool.com)
Lahaina Grill (http://lahainagrill.com)
Hali'imaile General Store (http://www.bevgannonrestaurants.com/haliimaile)
Aloha Mixed Plate (http://www.alohamixedplate.com)
Seahouse Restaurant (http://seahousemaui.com)
Mama’s Fish House (http://www.mamasfishhouse.com/)
Star Noodle (http://www.starnoodle.com)
Hula Cookies & Ice Cream
Leoda’s Kitchen and Pie Shop (http://www.leodas.com)
We were to begin the day Flyboarding but woke up to rain that would not let up. I rescheduled the Flyboarding to Friday morning and decided to head back to Philipsburg, the capital of Dutch St. Maarten to do some shopping. While there we found a little chocolate shop with delicious chocolates called The Belgian Chocolate Box.
We would have continued with the flyboarding, but we had our heard set to go to Loterie Farm which is a former plantation in St. Martin for Zip Lining.
We decided to do their Extreme Zip Lining package. It took an hour to get through the course and it was pretty intense at times. Here are some pictures of our fun.