Temperatures are dropping as we transition into a new season and before reaching for your favorite knit sweater, we invite you to start a new holiday tradition. While you may be trading the colorful autumn trees for coconut palms, we are sure that your Thanksgiving on Maui will be unforgettable.
As part of our Kahana Village ohana, we would like to help you make this festive day even better in paradise! So here are a few suggestions on things to do for Thanksgiving in Maui:
Give Thanks to the Chef
One of the best parts about a Hawaii vacation is that you aren’t expected to cook, so skip the dishes and settle in for an ono (delicious) meal prepped special for you. There are a number of Maui restaurants that will be hosting their creative culinary take on the Thanksgiving holiday. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a traditional sit-down dinner and put all your focus into your loved ones, instead of keeping an eye on the oven. Be sure to call ahead or reserve your seat online.
Dinner with a View
With the lush, green landscapes and sparkling blue water, it simply wouldn’t be a vacation to Maui without dinner out on the Pacific! Board a sunset dinner cruise and enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with a unique view of the Valley Isle.
And since we are talking about island views, we have to suggest snagging some tasty take out from one of your favorite Hawaii restaurants and lay out an outdoor picnic just before the sun dips below the horizon. This is a budget friendly option that is so simple that it might just be the perfect Maui memory you will take back with you!
If you find yourself looking for a more intimate evening surrounded by just your loved ones, why not create a savory feast together? The amenities here at Kahana Village are one of the many reasons guests opt to stay at a Hawaii resort over a hotel, so take advantage of the fully-equipped kitchen that comes with your oceanfront vacation rental. After all, this holiday is about being thankful for those in your life!