Maui or the Valley Isle of Hawaii always offers activities ranging from snorkeling at the Molokini Crater, hiking in the Iao Valley and whale watching tours in winter. Nature lovers should take the scenic drive to Hana, which boasts some of the most ravishingly beautiful sites, lookouts and scenery of waterfalls, towering cliffs and forested valleys. Maui is both tranquil and inviting, with settings like the Kaihalulu Red Sand Beach and the popular Onela and Ho'okipa beaches, where you can enjoy water sports, outdoor activities and sunbathing. Museums like the Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum and Bailey House Museum offers something unique for you to explore.
Kahului Airport (OGG) connects Maui to many top cities in United States and many other countries. There are plentiful of lodging choices in all neighborhoods, including East, West and South Maui, the North Shore and UpCountry. A number of upscale resorts and hotels are found in South Maui, whereas West Maui is home to the largest concentration of all-inclusive resorts and villas. The Public Bus Transport System in Maui is the major public transportation option here.
Maui’s year-round favorable weather with an average temperature in 80s is perfect for an enjoyable beach vacation. However, the low season runs between the Labor Day and Thanksgiving with lowest airfares and lodging prices. The cultural scene in Maui is eclectic with choices of traditional fests, art exhibitions, seasonal events and religious Hawaiian festivals.