Optional Activities

Optional Activities

Golf Tournament

Saturday, March 9, 2019  
7:00 AM-1:00 PM

The WBA Annual Golf Tournament will be held at the Wailea Golf Club Gold Course, an 18-hole championship oceanfront course featuring manicured greens and breathtaking fairways.

Select from two tournaments – Scramble or Play-Your-Own-Ball.  

Cost: $250 includes greens fee, cart, continental breakfast, beverages and prizes.

Sign-up when registering online, or by submitting the registration form. You can also sign up by emailing Trish Lenkiewicz at tlenkiewicz@westernbankers.com.

Hiking Tour Through the Rainforest and Waterfalls of East Maui

Saturday, March 9, 2019
7:30 AM – 1:30 PM

There is no better way to get “up-close and personal” with Maui’s unique landscape like a guided trek. This storybook rainforest hike offers knowledgeable guides to educate and teach the participants about Hawaii’s natural flora and is complete with a bamboo jungle and waterfall. The trip culminates with a swim in a pool beneath a waterfall. In other words, this trip has it all. What about food? Both breakfast and lunch are provided; everything you would need for a magical day hiking through Maui’s jungles and learning about the island’s landscape.

Cost: $200 per person, includes transportation, breakfast and lunch

Sign-up when registering online, or by submitting the registration form. You can also sign up by emailing Trish Lenkiewicz at tlenkiewicz@westernbankers.com.

Beach Yoga

Sunday, March 10, 2019
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM

Welcome the Maui morning with an easy and energizing private Yoga session on the beach.

Shopping in Lahaina

Sunday, March 10, 2019
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

The Historic Lahaina town was the former Hawaiian capital city. Scattered throughout the town are multiple historic museums, statues and traditional Hawaiian culture; not to mention some of the best shopping on island!

Space is limited. Please make sure to RSVP to Montana Townsend at mtownsend@westernbankers.com to reserve your spot.

A Day In the Life of a Pineapple

Monday, March 11, 2019
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Field, food and spirits! Embark on a custom upcountry tour to the only working pineapple plantation in America. Nestled in the sleepy town of Hali’imaile, this original rustic throwback to a bygone era allows visitors a glimpse into an important part of Maui’s history. Your experience on this eco-friendly farm includes bi-coastal views, light trade winds, and the gift of Hawaii’s unofficial fruit: the pineapple. After a walk through vibrant pineapple fields, guests are escorted to the Hali’imaile General Store for a private lunch prepared by celebrity chef Bev Gannon, followed by a discussion on the process of making vodka, rum, and whiskey with the Hali’imaile Distilling Company. Guests will be given an opportunity to sample these unique Maui beverages, purchase merchandise and spirits, and then wrap up the day with a lei making class before heading back to the resort.

9:00 AM – Depart hotel

10:00 AM – Check in at Haliimaile

10:15 AM – All guests begin plantation tour via plantation minibuses

11:15 AM – Lunch at Haliimaile General Store

12:30 PM – Begin Pau Vodka demonstration and tasting at the deck

1:00 PM – Lei Making

2:00 PM – Depart for hotel

3:00 PM – Estimated return to hotel

Cost: $220 per person, includes transportation and lunch

Sign-up when registering online, or by submitting the registration form. You can also sign up by emailing Trish Lenkiewicz at tlenkiewicz@westernbankers.com.

Exclusive Whale Watching Charter

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM

The afternoon begins as guests are transferred a short 30 minutes from the Grand Wailea to board Maui’s newest Motor Catamaran; the Ocean Guardian, departing from famous Ma’alaea Harbor. With a tropical libation in their hand, the cruise begins.

In the distance, guests can take in the panoramic views of the West Maui Mountains, and neighboring islands of Lanai and Molokai. Captain and crew will serve up a complimentary open bar featuring island cocktails, local brews on tap. During the months from December to April, the shallow basin between the four islands of Maui County is the preferred destination for Hawaii’s most famous visitor – the endangered Humpback Whale! Thanks to the warm waters, Maui is home to the Humpback whales for six months and it is here, in the tropical seas, that the mother whales give birth and teach their young to survive. Guests will truly enjoy lunch and a once in a lifetime experience.

11:30 AM Depart Hotel

12:00 PM Check in Ma’alaea Harbor

12:30 PM Begin Whale Watch & Lunch Tour

3:30 PM End Whale Watch

4:00 PM Estimated Return to Hotel

Cost: $150 per person and includes transportation, lunch and open bar.

Sign-up when registering online, or by submitting the registration form. You can also sign up by emailing Trish Lenkiewicz at tlenkiewicz@westernbankers.com.