CULINARY JOURNEY IN MAUI AND LANAI
8 Days|7 Nights
These islands are full of delicious, locally sourced gastronomy, from sugar cane and taro fields on Maui to King Kamehameha’s favorite fishing retreat on Lanai – the possibilities are endless.
Day 1| Relax in Kaanapali with three nights in a luxurious oceanfront Regency Club room at Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa where you will have access to the Regency Club with continental breakfast, evening appetizers and dessert. This evening, dine at the sophisticated Japengo – boasting locally grown fresh ingredients and Asian- inspired flavors with Hawaii flair. Japengo also offers the opportunity to learn how to create your own sushi.
Day 2| Spend the day exploring, and then indulge in a feast at Old Lahaina Luau – recognized as one of the most authentic, cultural luaus in Maui. This will be an unforgettable experience with a hula dancing show and traditional Hawaiian dishes, such as Kalua Pua’s steamed in an imu, chicken rice, taro salad, lomi lomi salmon, laulau and poi.
Day 3| Explore the charming town of Lahaina, and then savor local favorites at Aloha Mixed Plate – a casual café with ocean views and plenty of delectable Hawaiian dishes. In the evening, dine at Son’x Steakhouse, with appetizers such as yellowfin ahi sashimi, then a grilled lobster tail, Hawaiian Ahi or the catch of the day. Compliment your dinner with a premium wine from the extensive wine cellar.
Day 4-5| Today you will journey to Wailea for your stay at the Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui for four nights in a deluxe oceanview suite with daily breakfast at Kea Lani Restaurant. Experience the plantation-inspired cuisine at Ko – named restaurant of the year by Maui No Ka ‘Oi Magazine. For a truly memorable evening, indulge in a private cabana dinner, or Sunday’s seafood special, laulau (meat wrapped in laua leaves and steamed), a traditional Hawaiian dish. Select from a myriad of delectable options incorporating Hawaiian, Asian and Portuguese influences.
Day 6| Perfect your golf swing at Wailea Golf Club, followed by a signature cocktail at The Red Bar, followed by a delicious dinner at Gannon’s, A Pacific View Restaurant overlooking the lush golf course. Celebrating classic and contemporary dishes such as kalua pig spring rolls, seared ahi salad, pancetta-wrapped scallops, spiced honey lamb and chocolate truffle cake, crafted by Chef Beverly Gannon.
Day 7-8| Explore the town of Kihei – great for shopping or learning to surf. Then satisfy your appetite at Coconut’s Fish Café, with their famous fish tacos – filled with white, flaky meat and 15 special ingredients. This café has been recognized by CNN as one of the top ten places to eat like a local. The café also offers fish and chips, coconut shrimp and calamari, and a grilled ono plate. The next day, begin your journey home to plan your next vacation – enhanced with more culinary surprises.
For more information email moc.l1542261356evart1542261356yrova1542261356sdnat1542261356eews@1542261356nerak1542261356 or call 903-686-0134