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Nature lovers pick Maui for its wildlife and dramatic landscapes, while active people come here for hiking, golfing and watersports. No matter what your interests are, Hawai‘i’s “Magic Isle” is a dream destination. The 80 or so beaches are inviting, the water is warm, the facilities are excellent and the countryside is lush.
Maui is serviced by Honolulu International Airport, and shortly after landing you can start exploring its capital Wailuku. This quaint commercial center is the gateway to the ‘Iao Valley and home to the Bailey House Museum.
If you visit in winter, travel west to historic Lahaina for whale-watching, or head northwest to Honolua Bay to watch surfers ride big barrel waves. Relax in award-winning resorts, such as Kaanapali Beach, to make the most of the island’s year-round warm weather.
In summer, when the water is calmer, enjoy snorkeling and diving off Kapalua Beach. Head south to Keawakapu to find a family-friendly beach, or spot green turtles at Maluaka and Wailea. Nearby Makena State Park has two distinct beaches and a volcanic crater. Set sail for the crescent-shaped Molokini crater island crater island for bird-watching, snorkeling or scuba diving.
From Makena, travel east and get above the clouds at the Haleakalā Crater (House of the Sun). Visit at dawn for one of the best views in the whole of the U.S. The diverse ecosystem of forest and volcanic rock that unfolds in front of you is where Maui originated. Explore Maui’s east coast and drive along the Hana Highway, an epic coastal journey with hairpin bends and old stone bridges. Stop off at waterfalls and swimming holes and visit the Garden of Eden Botanical Gardens and Arboretum to spot native and exotic plants.
A vacation in Maui can be expensive, but many people feel it is a small price to pay for paradise. Whether you are honeymooners seeking romance, families with energetic kids, couples looking to relax or youthful thrill-seekers, Maui shares its magic with everyone.
For more details on interesting local attractions and activities, check out our things to do on Maui page.
Across from Kaahumanu Center, the hotel is within 3 miles of the airport, downtown Kahului, and Wailuku, and within 7 miles of Kihei beaches. The hotel is also near the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.
Set on a white sand West Maui beach, this oceanfront Ka'anapali resort is adjacent to Whalers Village, within .5 miles (.80 kilometers) of 2 golf courses, and 3 miles (5 kilometers) of Lahaina.
Aston Kaanapali Shores is located on Maui's sunny west shore in north Kaanapali, 4 miles from historic Lahaina and within 5 miles of the championship golf courses of Kapalua and Kaanapali.
Called Hawaii's "Most Hawaiian Hotel," the 11-acre beachfront Kaanapali Beach Hotel is a quarter-mile from Whalers Village, a half-mile from Kaanapali Golf Course, and 3 miles from historic Lahaina.
Tikis dot the lawn of this Maui hotel, right on the harbor in Kahului, Hawaii, 2 miles from Kahana Beach Park, and 5 miles from Iao Valley State Park. Kahului Airport is less than 2.5 miles away.
Set amid waterfall gardens and a meandering canyon of pools, this grand island resort is within a mile of championship golf, a tennis center, and upscale shops; Kihei Town is three miles away.
Royal Lahaina Resort is set on 27 acres and arrayed along 2 championship golf courses. The resort faces a scenic stretch of West Maui's famed Kaanapali Beach; Whalers Village is a 5-minute walk.
Located in Wailea, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within 1 mi (2 km) of Ulua Beach and Wailea Beach. Mokapu Beach and Ulua Beach Park are also within 10 minutes.