Top Ten Maui Blog Posts
The following are the Top Ten Most Popular Posts at the Maui Goodness.
We’ve looked over our analytics from the last 10 years, and these are the most viewed posts we have on our Maui blog.
Why would you want to go to an exotic island in the Pacific when you can stay on your couch in your living room doing the same old, same old? Old reruns, Netflix binges, cleaning out the garage, cooking, and staying indoors are just a few things you could be happier with than taking a trip to tropical Hawaiian paradise. Wait, what?!
Natalie Brown went out of her way for the would-be-groom to discretely capture the surprise of a marriage proposal in Maui, Hawaii. She shared these precious photos with us and we love them! Since posting this on Maui Goodness, some other romantic grooms followed suit. They also had Natalie shoot photos of the Big Moment.
Local Maui social media extraordinaire Erik Blair gives us several reasons why more is less with the tiny house revolution. With Maui on the brink of being the best place ever to own property, can you imagine your life in 200 square feet or less? You may want to start! This affordable option to property ownership opens up many viable and creative options for people throughout Hawaii.
We briefly described why celebrities come to Maui, and which ones live on Maui. We also mention our own personal experiences with a few celebs that come to Maui often (Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, Horace Grant, Nicole Kidman, etc…) If this is what you’re into, you can see more by checking out the Latest Celebrity Sighting in Maui.
This was an April Fools joke that went viral. Pretty funny and the images are pretty amazing!
Makawao Forest Reserve is a great place to hike, and even better to mountain bike. There are loads of great jumps and berms to hit on the downhill. We saw at least a dozen bikers cross our path as we made our journey. Here we share the hike, photos, and the types of trees/plants you’ll find along the way. Find out more about this gorgeous, protected Maui forest.
For the most part, snorkeling while pregnant can be done without danger and can be a great way to get some exercise while increasing the mother’s happiness (both very important for a healthy pregnancy.) We share some of our own experiences, photos and a video of us snorkeling on our actual due date! If conditions are good, and safety is a priority, it should be ok.
It’s no wonder this is one of our most popular posts. Find out what you can do that is either free or very inexpensive on Maui.
How well do you know Mama’s Fish House? We got the inside scoop from a former employee.
The Maui Tropical Plantation has so much to offer. Take a trip through Maui’s history while enjoying dining with a view at the Mill House Restaurant. With access to on-property organic farms, it doesn’t get fresher than this. Then enjoy a cup of fresh roasted and brewed coffee before doing their zipline!
More Popular Maui Posts
Looking for the ultimate South Maui sunset cruise? You’ve found it! Leaving directly from the beach, the Kai Kanani provides a convenient departure for those staying in Makena, Wailea and Kihei. Enjoy a super friendly crew, high tech and beautiful catamaran, intimate vibe, and unlimited cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as you view the beautiful Maui sunset.
Snorkeling is our favorite activity on Maui. Enjoy the spectacular clear water and see amazing underwater life, including sea turtles, manta rays and beautiful coral. Visit one of our favorite spots, including the famous Molokini Crater, Black Rock in West Maui and Ulua in South Maui.
We strongly believe that this is the best zipline tour in Maui. They take great safety measures, have the longest side-by-side zipline in Hawaii, allow you to zip at the same time as your friends, cross a suspension bridge, challenge you on the Tango Tower, and guide you on horseback ride through the locally owned Piiholo Ranch.
If you’re a local Maui resident and have experienced a personal injury or have a family member that died wrongfully, call Jan K. Apo, local lawyer with over 30 years of experience. If you’re just visiting Maui and believe you were put in a dangerous position without warning, contact Jan to get the compensation you may deserve.