Maui Journals

8 Days in Maui

A March 2005 trip to Maui by Nature Girl1

Huelo Point Lookout Photo, Maui, Hawaii More Photos
Quote: I was looking for a relaxing, private, natural setting for lodging with some fun adventures and good food in Maui to get away for a week, and this is what I found.

Huelo Point Lookout

Hotel | "Huelo Point Lookout (Rainbow Honeymoon Lookout)"

Huelo Point Lookout Photo, Maui, Hawaii
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Huelo Point Lookout offers four delightfully secluded and unique accommodations which may be rented individually (we stayed in Rainbow Honeymoon Lookout), or as a whole estate rental. It features panoramic ocean and mountain views; wrap-around decks; exquisitely landscaped ponds and waterfalls; private hot tubs; access to a 44-foot rock-walled swimming pool; lanais; barbecues; skylights; custom-tiled hot showers under the stars; exotic (wholly organic) flowers; herb and veggie gardens; lush tropical fruit; views along the ocean cliffs to Hana, sweeping up to the 10,000-foot summit of Mt. Haleakala; and whale-watching (in season). Gourmet meals and relaxing massages are available.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on June 9, 2005

Huelo Point Lookout
222 Door of Faith
Maui, Hawaii
(800) 871-8645

Mama's Fish House

Restaurant

Mama's Fish House Photo, Maui, Hawaii
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Whenever I mentioned to anybody that I was going to Maui, they said, "You MUST eat at Mama's Fish House!" Well, I gotta tell you that if you have to choose only one restaurant in Maui, make it Mama's. I made reservations for 4:30pm, so it was quiet and still daylight out. It's a beautiful setting on the beach, and they light tiki torches as the sun is setting. Exceptional views, food, service, and DESSERTS! It's pricey, but worth it for the whole experience. THIS is what Maui is all about!

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on June 9, 2005

Mama's Fish House
799 Poho Place
Maui, Hawaii 96779
(808) 579-8488