Situated on 40 lush, beachfront acres, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa is across from Kaanapali's 2 championship golf courses, a half-mile from Whalers Village ...
Cradled against an oceanfront hillside, this expansive, low-rise Maui resort lies a minute's walk from beaches and a quarter-mile from the Shops at Wailea; 3 ...
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 ...
This 23-acre beachfront resort offers access to Kaanapali Beach. Guests can snorkel within steps of the resort, walk to Whaler's Village shops, or golf at Kaanapali's ...
Get into the Maui groove, whether its viewing the lunar landscape of the volcanic crater Haleakala or the incandescent sunsets over Kaanapali Beach. An island used to folklore and honeymooners, Maui also shows its colors with vintage towns, pristine beach coves and spring-fresh pastures. Comparisons with paradise are completely justified – and CheapTickets can help you discover why for the best prices.
Maui vacations are excellent anytime of the year. Temperatures range from the mid 70s to the high 80s throughout the year. Spring and winter seasons are excellent times to visit Maui to enjoy the gorgeous beaches and sunny weather. Winter temperatures are usually in the mid to high 70s. However, if you want to avoid big crowds and expensive Maui travel packages, and then plan your trip after the Christmas and New Year’s holiday season. Those that want to take advantage of great vacation rates to Maui should make their travel arrangements in the fall or spring.
When your stomach starts to growl, cater to your appetite by dropping by the Tiki Terrace Hawaiian Restaurant at Kaanapali Parkway to enjoy the island cuisine and live entertainment offerings.
The Road to Hana provides a drive filled with stunning views of the forests, scenic backdrops, and waterfalls.
Learn the unique intricacies of marine life at the Maui Ocean Center located on the Ma’alaea Harbor in Wailuku.
If you have a taste for fine wine, Tedeschi Vineyards is the place to be to quench your thirst.
An afternoon of snorkeling at the Molokini Crater will be fun for a family outing.
If you're looking to take in the spectacular Waimoku Falls, the best way to get there is via the stunning Pipiwai Trail, a fairly easy four-mile loop though lush rainforest and groves of bamboo that climaxes at the falls themselves. A must-see for nature-lovers on a Maui vacation.
Hawaii cowboy meets New-Age guru in the rustic and spring-fresh Upcountry. Discover delicious farm-to-table eateries, go windsurfing in Paia or spend an afternoon in Haleakala National Park. Wax lyrical in your Maui travel diary after exploring the charming, tiny town of Makawao.
Once the scene of an epic and bloody battle for control of Maui in 1790, Iao Valley is now the epitome of serenity. With lush rainforests and majestic valleys, the park is home to the Iao Needle, a 1200-foot rocky outcrop that's perfect for hiking on your Maui vacation.
One of the least-developed beaches in Maui, Makena offers the kind of romantic idyll travel brochures trade in. Some surf tunes on your playlist and fresh pineapple to munch on will leave you blissed out and mellow -- your only concern will be when to flip over to get an even tan.
Sun and mai tais aren't the only things you can indulge in on your Maui travels; there's also plenty of culture and history on hand. The historic town of Lahaina was once a whaling village, and its main street, Front Street, has been named one of the "Top 10 Greatest Streets" in the country.
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