January-February 2015

January-February 2015 issue of Maui Nō Ka ʻOi Magazine

baby nene geese

Nene Nursery

In 1962, biologists reintroduced several breeding pairs of nene to Haleakala National Park, and now around 300 nene call the park home. Nene goslings take up to three months learning to fly and need special attention during this vulnerable time.
mahimahi fish

Follow the Fish

When it comes to supporting local, sustainable fishing, Mama's knows best.
publisher's note

What Is Luxury?

The meaning of luxury — good health, family, friends and moments of unexpected harmony and joy.
maui okolehao liqueur

‘Okolehao

More than 200 years after Islanders learned the art of distillation, Hawaiian moonshine is reclaiming the spotlight.
Sonz restaurant food

5 Days, 5 Ways

Our dining editor shares 5 great Maui spots to eat: O‘o Farm Breakfast Tour, Travaasa Hana, Laulima Catering, and Son'z Steakhouse.
Koa Johnson designer dress

Elegance with an Edge

Gleaming jewels and custom gowns to dazzle in the new year.
Maui luxury condo homes

A Montage of Luxury

A film producer and an interior designer create a home that is truly camera worthy at the Residences at Montage Kapalua Bay.
big wave surfing maui

Clean Getaway

It's preparation, rather than luck, that keeps big-wave surfers paddling.
Sterling Silver Heart Maui Jewelry

Spread the Word

Love Maui? Make a statement with these island-crafted treasures.
maui ice sculptures

Mr. Freeze

When Darren Ho tells people what he does for a living, he's often met with puzzled stares and a few chuckles. That’s what happens when you're an ice sculptor in the tropics.
Kaanapali Golf Courses

On Course

Make your friends green with envy as you enjoy Maui's golf courses.
lilikoi passionfruit

A Passion for Liliko‘i

Lilikoʻi is the Hawaiian word for passion fruit. While lilikoʻi can be eaten raw, its naturally high acidity makes it perfect for blending into baked goods, frozen custards, and drinks.