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Maui

Travel to the captivating island of Maui and experience a sensational resort destination filled with world-famous beaches, championship golf, exquisite dining, and more. The second largest Hawaiian Island has a smaller population than you’d expect, making Maui popular with visitors who are looking for spontaneous moments and sophisticated diversions in the small towns and airy resorts spread throughout the island. The west side of the island includes the gorgeous resort community of Kapalua, the smaller resort areas of Napili and Kahana, and the popular Kaanapali Beach area. Further south, the quaint and historic whaling village of Lahaina is a lively town with shops, art galleries, and restaurants. To the south, discover the beautiful Kihei Coast and the luxurious resort area of Wailea.

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Maui Vacations

Travel to the captivating island of Maui to experience a world-class resort destination offering some of the world's most spectacular beaches, championship golf, and a fabulous variety of shopping and dining options.

The west side of the island includes the gorgeous resort community of Kapalua, the smaller resort areas of Napili and Kahana, and popular Kaanapali Beach area. Further south, the quaint and historic whaling village of Lahaina is a lively town with shops, art galleries, excellent restaurants, and accommodations.

To the south, discover the beautiful Kihei Coast and the luxurious resort area of Wailea. Nestled at the base of Haleakala, the largest dormant volcano on earth, Wailea is distinguished by its five beautiful, crescent-shaped beaches.

Maui is the second-largest Hawaiian Island, but it has a smaller population than you would expect. Its size makes it popular with visitors who are looking for spontaneous moments and sophisticated diversions in the small towns and airy resorts spread throughout the island. From the scenic slopes of Upcountry Maui to beaches and golf courses that are among the world's best, a visit to the 'Magic Isle' recharges the senses.

 

Weather

Maui's daytime summer high temperatures range from an average of 85-88F, with night-time lows an average of 66-70. Winter daytime highs range from an average of 81-85, with night average lows of 63-67..

 

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Things to Do

  • Feast at LeLe

    Let the spirits of the original Polynesian residents surround you as you embark on a musical and culinary journey through the traditions of Lahaina, Tahiti, Samoa, and Aotearoa. Learn More

  • Dinner Cruise

    Cruise and experience picturesque views of the sky as it turns pink, orange, and red! You’ll also enjoy dancing, live music, a gourmet dinner, and premium cocktails. Learn More

  • Discover Molokini Snorkel Tour

    Sail away on a catamaran and visit Molokini, a protected island reserve made from the tip of a sunken volcano. While there, you’ll snorkel and feast on a BBQ lunch. Learn More