Maui the most magical place on Earth

Maui just might be my favorite place. In the world.

mauiFrom the moment we arrived I knew Maui would become my favorite Hawaiian island. This fact was confirmed when we arrived at the hotel, the lobby was gorgeous. And the view from our room wasn’t bad.

 If you need a hotel in Maui, I would suggest the Sheraton. It’s a gorgeous hotel with a lot to offer. Beside the beach and ocean, there are pools and black rock was just on the other side of our room.

We had lunch at the poolside restaurant when we first arrived. While we were waiting for our food we saw a pod of whales swim past.


The hotel was a short walk to Wahler’s village. We walked down there for breakfast and dinner a few times during the trip.  We had dinner at Leilani’s on the Beach during sunset. Leilani’s is part of the Duke’s chain of restaurants so of course I had the hula pie. They also have yummy tropical drinks. I would say you need to hit at least one Duke’s branded restaurants while in Hawaii.

maui collage

Maui offers so many different sites to see. We drove around a bit and just pulled off to take in the view and grab a few photos. The blue water and sky with all the lush greens is so calming and relaxes me. My soul is happy when I am on Maui. I think I was meant to live on Maui and when I win the lottery.. I will. LOL

My favorite things to do on Maui are the Road to Hana and Haleakala. Those are being saved for another day and you will just have to wait!

One place we always need to stop in Maui is Front Street. There are shops and restaurants plus the BEST shave ice. You definitely need to stop by Ululani’s. I’m partial to the coconut syrup.


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Jenna Volden studied photography in high school and college but ultimately ended up with a business degree. After spending 10-plus years in the rat race she returned to her first love, photography by starting her own photography company. She can be found either chasing sunsets around the globe or making women feel like rock stars in her home studio. She is currently based out of Phoenix, AZ.

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