For visitors spending time on the Hawaiian island, a stand up paddle (SUP) lesson is the best way to enjoy Maui from a completely new perspective. You’ll see island landscapes and marine life that you may never see otherwise, away from the big crowds.
After you take that amazing surf lesson or stand up paddle session, it’s easy to work up an appetite. But, where can you get some good local food that locals eat on Maui? Luckily, there’s no shortage of restaurants to refuel for your next island adventure.
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Ho’okipa Beach Park on the north shore is a watersports mecca. It is one of the most consistent surf breaks on Maui and offers up powerful, challenging surf during the winter. It also boasts world renowned windsurfing.
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