Join the Go Get it Gal for this amazing outdoor Maui adventure! You can learn to stand up paddle board (SUP) or refine your skills with daily sunrise or sunset expeditions; take two beautiful Maui hikes; and glamp out in tentalows--just steps for the beach.
March is still whale watching season, so it's likely we will see some whales. You can snorkel right at the beach where you stay; enjoy the scenery of Maui from the top of of the island's tallest peaks; and do a hike where Hawaiian kings resided.
Here's what the tour will look like:
Sun. March 17: Arrive by 4 p.m, orientation, sunset paddle and BBQ (dinner included)
Mon., March 18: Enjoy breakfast and drive a short distance for a sunrise paddle. Enjoy lunch on your own and a few hours of free time before the afternoon, private estate hike on Maui's North Shore.
We will take a 1.5 hour nature hike in an exclusive historical location that only a limited number get to visit every year because of the delicate, sacred nature of the location. It will be a private hike at a"ROYAL” Historical Hawaiian Heritage Estate. We will finish the night with a dinner a north shore residence. (breakfast and dinner included)
Tues., March 19: We will do a quick breakfast and then drive a short distance to do a 3-hour, out and and back, challenging hike. You will see gorgeous, sweeping views of the west side of the island. (breakfast included). Enjoy free time and lunch on your own before we do one more sunset paddle. We will enjoy dinner in Lahaina town. (Dinner not included).
Wed., March 20: Breakfast and sunrise paddle. Depart camp; by 10 a.m.
Join us for 4-days of Stand up Paddleboarding (SUP), hiking, and glamping out on Maui
1) Reserve your spot with a non-refundable $200 deposit. (Use the secure PayPal link below). The remainder of the balance is due 30 days after.
How far is the airport from the campsite?
About 45 min. You can take a taxi or airport shuttle or rent a car.
Do I have to glamp?
No, you can stay wherever you want (at your cost) and just join for the day, depending on availability. Spaces are limited, contact GGG for details.
What is around the camp area?
There is a store and restaurant within walking distance of the site.
Do I need to know how to SUP and swim?
No, you will get instruction and practice. However, you should be able to swim and feel comfortable in open water.
What do I need to bring?
Summer clothes, bathing suit, hiking shoes/socks, energy bars, water bottles, hat, sunglasses, reef safe sunscreen, light jacket, and one pair of long pants. Water shoes are helpful, snorkel gear would be useful.
What is included in the glamp out facilities? What is tentalow?
Enjoy the simplicity of camping and the luxury of a good night sleep in tent on platform.
More questions? Contact us, 360-951-0451 or email
Click the button to pay the $200 deposit. (You don't need a PayPal account to register, just scroll down to the CC option).
What's included: Stand up paddle boards (inflatableSUPs) and instruction; transport to and from beaches and hikes; four 1-hour SUP sessions; two hikes; two dinners, three breakfasts; 3 nights accommodation in a tentalow (luxury tent with beds, double occupancy, single beds and linens). Option to buy the inflatable board at a reduced price.
Not included: airline tickets or transportation to or from the airport.
Skill Level: Be comfortable swimming in open water (ability to swim 200 yards); walking fitness: be able to walk at least 3 hours on uneven terrain and in heat.
Here's what you need to do to register:
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