Maui babymoon

We went to Maui in April when I was 25 weeks pregnant. We wanted to go somewhere outside of the states, but due to Zika and my husband's crazy work schedule, we decide to go to Maui. I'm glad we did, it was just what we needed; a relaxing tropical vacation.
Where We Stayed: 

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa
in Ka'Anapali

Things To Do:

Road to Hana- I don't recommend this while you are pregnant. We turned around at 10 miles. I got super nauseated from the windy roads, and the cherry on top was that it was pouring rain. My advice would be to download the "Road to Hana" GPS driving tour from the Apple app store, as it gives you a tour guide conveniently on your phone as you explore this famous Maui trail.

Pacific Biodiesel Technologies | Sunflower fields- A good photo op., which is conveniently on the way to Ka'anapali.
Luau- We went to Feast at Lele Luau the show was amazing but the food was just okay. The show starts out with the performers on a boat in the Pacific and transitions to land. I heard the food at the Luau at the Hyatt in Ka'Anapali is good as well. 

Sunset Cruise- If I could have a do-over, I would skip this and go snorkeling instead. The initial sunset on the ocean is beautiful, but then the boat anchors in a stationary position for about an hour, which led to us both getting a little seasick from all of the turbulence. 

Maternity Photos- We took photos with Chelsea Jean Photography. She is so sweet and fun. I am so glad I did this. Highly highly recommend working with her.


Olowalu Juice Stand- The smoothies themselves are a bit overrated, but it's a cute area and you can buy fresh coconuts and banana bread

Mama's Fish House- We didn't have reservations but we sat at the bar. You can order the full menu, but we just ended up getting appetizers. It is a cute place, and if you are interested in making a reservation I suggest calling a few weeks beforehand.

Ululani's Hawaiian Shave Ice

Kimo's- Get the Hula pie! Thank me later.

Leilani's on the Beach- They have Hula pie too!