When you’re on the beach at Navarre Beach Resort, the resort’s hammock can be quite a sight to behold.
Located in the town of Kahului, the beach is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.
The resort’s beach house is open year round, and it hosts a variety of activities, including yoga classes, yoga workshops and a hammock rental program.
(The resort is also a hub for the annual Long Beach Yoga Festival.)
In the fall, the park hosts a full-day yoga class.
On weekends, the island’s beach becomes a popular hangout for locals, with outdoor music, a live music venue and a yoga studio.
For those who love to relax, the hotel offers a variety from a hammocks-and-board-themed bar to a relaxing beach lounge and a variety in dining options.
The long-term plan for the resort is to expand its services, offering hammocks, board rooms and even kayaks.
But until then, there’s still a long way to go before the resort can offer a hammocking experience.
“The problem is that we have to keep it simple and to keep our hammocks short and to stay away from big swings,” said Robyn Mathers, owner of the resort.
“If you want to do some serious swinging, you have to get a hammocker.
It’s not going to get you to the water.
So the problem is to keep those things simple and stay away.”