If you’re traveling to Hawaii, it’s probably because of the state’s sunny weather, crystal clear waters, and beautifully lush landscapes. But the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa wants to offer its guests a little more than the usual sunbathing. The resort’s new “Stay, Learn, and Play” now provides unique experiences for vacationers on the island.

As part of the package, the newly renovated resort offers guests a deluxe oceanfront suite and lets them take part in a private astronomy lesson with NASA Ambassador Edward Mahoney, as well as enjoy a romantic dinner and a stargazing experience during which they’ll be able to see up to 80 constellations in the skies above Maui.

The package also includes exclusive access to an activity lawn with daybeds; a $500 food and beverage credit; a private hula dancing lesson; a treatment at the resort’s spa; yoga and meditation sessions; and an animal experience where you’ll be able to feed the hotel’s resident penguins, according to a press release.

The package starts at $9,995 for a minimum five-night stay. It’s available to book through December 21, 2021. Call 808-667-4932 to book.