Maui is separated into 5 distinct regions: West MauiSouth MauiCentral MauiUpcountry Maui and East Maui. The Hawaiian Islands are generally drier on the western, or leeward side, and wetter on the eastern, or windward side. Most Maui resorts can be found in sunny West Maui and South Maui while you can find the lush drive to Hana in East Maui. Haleakala volcano dominates the southeastern region of Maui with a crater 3,000 feet deep and 21 miles around.



In Lahaina:

ISLAND SPIRIT YOGA - local yoga studio with charm and warmth

SOUND CURRENT MOVEMENT - YogaSOMATICS and Sound Healing sessions with our teacher Jules Gard

WHALE WATCHING - from November to March the humpback whales jump and play, mate and give birth just off the shores of Lahaina.  We have many friends with boats and whale watch trips . . . please ask.  We will also be organizing a few group "WHALE WATCH" Boat Cruises the week after the retreat .  .  . we hope you will be there to join us!

GOOFY FOOT SURF SCHOOL - Our friends Tim Scherer and staff are full of the spirit of ALOHA as they teach you to longboard surf or Stand Up Paddle.

Watch the pros and experienced surfers at HONOLUA BAY

Have a the best banana pancakes at NAPILI KAI Beach Resort - Beachfront Restaurant - then spend the rest of the day at beautiful Napili Bay - you might even see a sea turtle or two!

Beautiful and creative dining by renowned Chef Mark Ellman at FRIDA'S and MALA OCEAN TAVERN 

Accommodation Suggestions in Lahaina (or of course - AirBnB)


Go and watch the big wave surfers ride the infamous JAWS - Peahi

Learn to KITE SURF

Chill out with Yoga and Raw food in the hip little surf town of PAIA (also a super cool, boho, laid back hippie chic place to base your extra days from)

Cycling Trips around the Island or Down the side of the volcano crater -   HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK

See the SUNRISE from the TOP of HALEAKALA

Hike into the HALEAKALA crater and stay in a WILDERNESS CABIN (National Park Service)

Eco-farms and secret fresh water pools on DOOR OF FAITH ROAD in Haiku


Hawaiian PANIOLO (Cowboy Country) and shop in MAKAWAO - a town combining all things new age, yoga, cowboy, healing and boho style.  Fresh upcountry air.

HIKE or Mountain Bike  in POLI POLI State Park then get a coffee and cakes at GRANDMA'S COFFEE (this is also the beginning or the end of the "back road to Hana" through Kaupo and Kipahulu - the "dry side")



One of Maui's true gems is HANA . . . it is remote, local and rainforest at its finest.  An ultimate getaway for doing a whole lot of nothing.

Camp in the Cabins of WAINAPANAPA STATE PARK - a lovely beach in remote rainforest Hana and swim into caves

Walk in a pitch black and cavernous LAVA TUBE in Hana

Drive the famous ROAD TO HANA and stay overnight (or many nights!) 

On the way to HANA hike in the amazing BAMBOO FOREST and swim in nearby waterfalls at the end of the trail.

Accomodation Suggestions for HANA




For a Full Service Travel Adventure Concierge, please contact Ateeka's long time friend Adam Quinn  

He can create the dream-package for your Hawaii itineraries.