Maui Itinerary - Day 7

Maui Itinerary - Day 7
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Day 7 means you've had a full week in Maui, you lucky duck. But there is so much to see and do still.

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An entire week in Maui is a dream come true for many people so check that one off your bucket list if you've made it this far. Unfortunately, it's also the point where most people are heading back to their home. If that's the case and you have an early morning flight, then we hope you had a great trip and return again soon!

But, if you have a late flight or are staying longer than a week then we need to keep enjoying the Hawaiian experience as long as possible. So how about a spa morning? Most resorts offer some sort of spa options with massages so let's go and do that first. If you're flying home later this is the ultimate way to get relaxed for the airport stress that lies ahead. If you're not leaving, well, who doesn't love a good massage?

Okay, massages not your thing? Then what about a round of morning golf. Maui has plenty of great golf courses to choose from, click here to see your golfing options. Hitting the links early is the best bet to avoiding the hot midday Maui sun!

After that, grab some lunch and then how about taking some surfing lessons? Surfing is about as Hawaiian as it gets and tons of fun for most ages. Maui has plenty of companies that offer surfing lessons, even for the complete beginner. They'll take you to a beach that is safe, go over how to paddle out, stand up on your board, and how to properly balance. Best of all, they'll do all of that in the sand so you can learn the techniques before ever hitting the water.

Then you can paddle out and "hang ten" with the best of them. If you have somebody on the beach taking photos you'll soon enough have the perfect wipe-out photo for your Christmas cards.

It's been a busy day so far, so why not head back to your hotel and enjoy it a bit? Many people come to Maui and pay ridiculously high room rates only to spend all of their time away from the actual resort. If you're at a nice place why not enjoy that too? Enjoy their pool, hot tub, or just sitting out on your lanai reading a book. You've been here a week, you deserve some much needed slow-down time.