The Mill House

An innovative farm-to-table dining experience in Maui, this popular eatery is known for its custom cocktails, local beers and delicious fresh produce. As well as offering a rich source of produce, the tropical plantation also provides diners with sweeping views of the lush countryside.


Four seasons Resort Lanai, Lanai

Boasting 2 swimming pools with ocean views, a golf course, 3 tennis courts and a beauty spa with 11 treatment rooms, this is the ultimate destination if you’re craving an exotic getaway, beyond the hustle and bustle of the daily grind. Guests also have the chance to dine at Nobu Lanai, and indulge in an impressive selection of sushi. The twice-daily housekeeping service ensures your luxurious rooms are kept in tip-shop shape!

Cool Down

The Fresh Shave

Serving handcrafted shaved ice from a super cute mini caravan, and using only the freshest natural ingredients from local farmers, The Fresh Shave has become a go-to when in Kauai. Not only do the sweet treats taste delicious, but they’re healthy too, and the toppings are even homemade with no hidden nasties. Every flavour is named after a moustache style (think The Handle Bar etc!) and every straw is adorned with a fun moustache sticker - perfect for a laugh and those Insta selfies!


Mai Tai Bar

Located at the iconic pink Royal Hawaiian Resort, this outdoor beachfront bar is just steps from Waikiki Beach and is the perfect place to people-watch whilst listening to live local entertainment and sipping on delicious cocktails - complete with an umbrella of course!


Ala Moana Center

Hawaii’s largest shopping mall, the Ala Moana Center is just minutes from Waikiki and is home to more than 290 stores, including Anthropologie, Macy’s, Barnes & Noble, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdales, as well as a variety of luxe designer stores. Shopped ‘til you dropped? The mall is bursting with delicious eateries to cure those hunger pains, including Bubba Gump Shrimp Co, Cinnabon and Eggs ‘n Things.


Kona Coast

Venture beyond the cosmopolitan hub of Kailua Kona with a road trip along the beautiful Kona Coast. The winding upcountry highway hugs the splendid coast line providing jaw-dropping scenery and picturesque photo ops at every corner. Passing by several remote towns and monuments there is plenty to see and do along the way. Stop off at the beautiful Painted Church for glimpse into the Islands rich history, wander through the Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National park an ancient island refuge and take a dip in the warm blue waters of Kahaluu Beach Park before sampling some of the islands best coffee in the heart of the coffee country.

HIKE | Waimea Canyon Lookout


Kaanapali Beach

One of the most beautiful beaches in Maui and possibly the world, the pristine Kaanapali beach is the ultimate spot to kayak, sail, windsurf, splash around in the waves, build sandcastles or to just enjoy incredible sunsets. Home to several luxury resorts, high end shopping and a plethora of restaurants and bars, there are plenty of places to recharge after a day full of ocean activities.


Waimea Canyon Lookout

One of the three official lookouts, Waimea Canyon Lookout offers some of the most stunning vistas of Kuaia’s impressive natural wonder. Otherwise known as the ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific’ the Waimea Canyon gorge spans over 16 kilometres in length and reaches depths of over 1,000 metres, showcasing rugged terrain and vibrant earthy colours. Take in the stunning panoramic views from the lookout before exploring the many hiking trails, nature reserves and picnic areas in the State Park.


Keauhou Bay

With endless sunshine and sparkling blue waters, Keauhou Bay is the perfect place to don the snorkel and mask and venture beneath the waves. Spend the day discovering the many coves and plethora of sea life and corals and at night swim with giant manta rays as they dance elegantly. From experienced divers to first timer snorkelers, the pristine conditions and rich underwater aquarium offer the idyllic conditions for everyone.


Grand Wailea

Located on Maui's Wailea Beach, the impressive oceanfront resort has its very own aquatic playground offering guests a choice of nine sparkling swimming pools. Spread over six different levels swimmers can explore a beach pool, several tropical jungle pools, jacuzzis and a tarzan pool as well as water slides, waterfalls and a swim up bar. Whether you’re relaxing in the reflection pool, taking a dip in the mosaiced Hibiscus pool or riding the gentle rapids of the Wailea Canyon lazy river, there is a pool to suit everyone.


Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre at Four Seasons Ko Olina

Specialising in luxurious and innovative treatments inspired by ancient Hawaiian healing traditions, the Naupaka Spa is the perfect place for a day of relaxation and rejuvenation. Indulge in a nourishing body wrap, wind down with a soothing scalp massage, replenish your skin with a hydrating oxygen facial or opt for a full spa package and enjoy as the pampering begins. Using only natural local products, everything is gentle on the skin ensuring that you’ll leave glowing from the inside out.



Just a short drive from the Waikiki area, this uber hip cafe serves up specialty coffee and deliciously healthy breakfast fare. This hidden gem offers a laid back Aloha atmosphere and shared space with a small homewares and fashion boutique, making it a great spot to escape the hustle and bustle, caffeinate and maybe even bag a stylish designer find.