6 Things to Do This Mother’s Day

Posted by Staff Writer on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 at 8:25am.

 

Whether you happen to be on vacation or live on island, Maui is the perfect place to celebrate and appreciate all the wonderful things moms do.

And fortunately for those on island, simply being on Maui makes it easy to make this Mother’s Day one of the best she’s ever had. From tours of flower farms to luxurious spa days, here are a few of our favorite ways to treat Mom this Mother’s Day.

Kula Lavender Farm

Nestled on the slopes of Haleakala, the Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm hosts an annual Mother's Day event where you can enjoy farm tours and all their delicious treats like lavender scones that they have to offer. Stroll through lush botanical gardens and breath in the relaxing fragrances that exude from every corner of this magical place.

Island Art Party
This is a not your average Mother’s Day activity, but Island Art Party offers pop-up paint parties with your favorite adult beverages. Treat Mom with a mimosa or glass of wine while you make art that you can cherish for years to come.

Fresh Flowers
There’s no need to buy a bouquet shipped in from the mainland when there are colorful, exotic flowers all over the island. From roadside stands on the way to Hana to local flower shops, treat Mom to an arrangement of fresh, tropical flowers that you can’t find anywhere else in the nation.

Spa Day

Mother’s Day should be day where Mom can truly unwind and relax. And there’s no better place than the luxurious spa at the Grand Wailea, which offers 40 different treatment rooms with pools, saunas and baths.  

Brunch with Mom

Of course there’s always Mother’s Day brunch. From the Kahili Restaurant in Waikapu to Charley's Restaurant and Saloon in Paia, there are all sorts of places to enjoy a scrumptious Sunday brunch. Just be sure to get a reservation early or shop around to find a place with availability.

Picnic at the Beach

For those who want to beat the Mother’s Day brunch crowd, pack a lunch or brunch to enjoy on one of Maui’s white-sand beaches. There’s nothing better than spending a day with the family, eating good food and lounging around the sea and sand.


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