Miles Away: Making the Most of Maui With World Traveler Zane Lamprey

Mar 6, 2019

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On this week’s episode of Miles Away, world traveler and television star Zane Lamprey joined me to chat about the Hawaiian island of Maui, including his favorite hotel, top activities and more.

Zane’s traveled to 70 countries — 71, if you count the Vatican — and has starred in a variety of TV and web travel shows, including his latest venture, Four Sheetswhich just launched on The BrewDog Network. He’s also visited Maui roughly a dozen times, which certainly makes him an expert.

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As Zane explains, Maui offers a handful of must-see attractions, including the famous (or in some cases, infamous) Road to Hana:

“The interesting thing about the Road to Hana is not necessarily the road to Hana, it’s also the road from Hana. It’s a long, windy road, you’re gonna get behind someone going, 15 miles an hour. You can’t pass ’em, because it’s too windy. Once you get there, it’s worth it. The water falls, it’s beautiful, it’s amazing, but then you have to come back again. It is a lot of work, but it’s amazing. There’s places to stop along the way. It’s something everyone should do.”

Join Zane on Instagram and Twitter to follow his travels, and check out his gear collection over at Adv3nture.com.

Featured photo by Xuan Che via Getty Images.

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