Breakfast, Your Way. Enjoy dining at Ulana Terrace, where a full buffet is served overlooking manicured gardens, the resort’s three-tiered pool and the Pacific Ocean. Don’t miss the bloody mary bar, where you can craft your perfect brunch beverage.
Explore More. Find adventure along the Kapalua Trail with The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua’s Ambassadors of the Environment program, which helps foster an appreciation and respect for nature in guests of all ages. The naturalists on staff will guide you through an exploration of tide pools, beaches and bays on this coastal hike.
History Lesson. If your stay falls on a Friday, join the resort’s resident Hawaiian cultural advisor for a walking tour of the nearby Honokahua Preservation Site, the sacred grounds that lay adjacent to the resort.
Local Fare. Head to island-favorite Mama’s Fish House for lunch, where fresh fish are delivered daily by local anglers (whose names are listed on the menu) and the dishes comprise the catches of the day. Opt for the simply grilled preparation, served with macadamia nut pesto and sun-dried tomato pesto.
Walk It Off. Explore the town of Paia, where stylish boutiques, hip coffee shops and upscale yoga studios dot the streets. Peruse the fashions at Imrie, a family-owned fashion boutique dedicated to elevated beachwear.
Ride Off Into the Sunset. View the brilliance and tranquility of a Maui sunset from the back of a horse. An experienced guide will help bring your ride to life — as you travel through history-rich Hawaiian valleys and ancient home sites, you’ll learn about the island’s ancient beginnings, all while the sun begins to dip below the horizon.
An Island Feast to Remember. Tuck into dinner at the Banyan Tree restaurant where classic Hawaiian recipes are deconstructed and redesigned with a local twist using Mediterranean cooking techniques. Fresh seafood is the star of the show, with dishes like the signature Mahi Mahi.