EmmyHello! My name is Emmy! I'ma microinfluencer who is passionate about travel, photography, and creating memorable experiences through seeking adventure. I'm a world traveler who has visited 25 countries solo. While I travel, I make it my personal mission to make as many new friends as possible along the way to create the wildest, most authentic and fun experience imaginable in the most unexpected ways. A joyful way of living while seeking sunshine full of adventure! I strive to not only build a following through my social media, but a community in which I can share the highs, lows and real moments in life through the eyes of a 24 yr old who won’t let anything stop her from living her dreams but has experienced the good, bad and ugly of life.
PoppyMy name is Poppy and I went through a horrible divorce and a breakup and now just need to get away. My kids are graduating and I've had such a hard time. I want to start living again and going to places I love and meeting new friends. Meeting girlfriends from other areas. New cultures. I want to learn and I want to spend the last half of my life the right way.
MelyndaHi! You can call me Mindy 😊 I’m a 33yr old former circus artist; current tattoo artist. I also currently do equestrian vaulting. My husband and I live in an off the grid skoolie we converted on our little homestead. We have dogs, goats, horses and a steer. 4 days a week I live out of my converted Prius in the Fort Worth area. If you like to play and explore and try new things we’d be great friends!
based on 3 experiences
Paia is right before the start of Road to Hana. Explore it on your way back to your hotel. There is a beach right at the beginning of Road to Hana where there is usually a lot of turtles. Make sure to be respectful and keep your distance. If you're looking to see the turtles in the ocean, the black rock area in front of the Sheraton at the north end of the hotels is always a great area where you'll most likely see sea turtles. I really enjoyed Haleakala at sunrise - you do need to reserve that ahead of time. If you do this, make sure you bring warm clothes.
Maui is great for snorkeling and beach time! There are tons of snorkel trips too. We liked Paia's Hookipa Beach to see all the sea turtles. The Road to Hana is long and kind of boring. If you do go, stop often to see the waterfalls and the Bamboo Forest. Don't book it through the resorts - it's more expensive.
Snorkeling off of Black Rock is a great place to see Turtles - they also have surfboards for rent there! Dinner at Mamas Fish House is a must! Getting Fresh Banana bread on the Road to Hana is a must. There is an audio tour for a few $ that was really cool and told us what to look for and the history as you drove!
Yes, Maui is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Maui is a great destination for solo female travelers. The island is known for its friendly locals, stunning beaches, and plenty of activities to keep you busy. There are also plenty of safety measures in place to ensure that solo female travelers feel safe and secure while exploring the island.
Yes, Maui can be expensive for solo travelers. Accommodations, food, and activities can all add up quickly. However, there are ways to save money while visiting Maui, such as staying in hostels, eating at local restaurants, and taking advantage of free activities.
Visit Haleakala National Park
Take a sunrise or sunset hike in the park and explore the crater.
Go to the Beach
Spend a day at one of Maui’s many beautiful beaches.
Take a Road Trip
Drive the Road to Hana and explore the island’s lush rainforest and waterfalls.
Explore the underwater world of Maui’s coral reefs and sea life.
Take a Whale Watching Tour
Go on a boat tour to see humpback whales in their natural habitat.
Visit a Local Farmers Market
Sample fresh local produce and get to know the local culture.
Take a Helicopter Tour
Get a bird’s eye view of the island and its stunning scenery.
Explore the shops and boutiques in Lahaina and Kihei.
Take a Yoga Class
Relax and unwind with a yoga class at one of Maui’s many yoga studios.
Visit a Museum
Learn about Maui’s history and culture at one of the island’s many museums.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Acadia National Park
Glacier National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Teton National Park
Salt Lake City
Arches National Park
Bryce Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon National Park
Zion National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
Yosemite National Park