Welcome to Maui, Hawaii’s Magic Isle
From its heavenly beaches to its scenic natural wonders, there are plenty of reasons why Maui has been voted “Best Island” by readers of Conde Nast Traveller for more than a dozen years.
Discover your own reasons to love Maui as you stroll through the seaside streets of Lahaina and the lovely beaches of Kaanapali.
Feel the mana (power) of Haleakala National Park or discover the arts and culture of Kahului and Upcountry Maui.
From championship golf courses to the scenic road to Hana, your vacation on the “Valley Isle” promises to be unforgettable. It’s no wonder why thousands of humpback whales migrate to Maui’s warm waters year after year. One visit to Maui and you just might join them.
Stand above a sea of clouds high atop Haleakala. Watch a 45-foot whale breach off the coast of Lahaina. Lose count of the waterfalls along the road as you manoeuvre the hairpin turns of the Hana highway. One visit and it’s easy to see why Maui is called “The Magic Isle.”
As the second largest Hawaiian island Maui has a smaller population than you’d expect making Maui popular with visitors who are looking for sophisticated diversions and amenities in the small towns and airy resorts spread throughout the island.
From the scenic slopes of fertile Upcountry Maui to beaches that have repeatedly been voted among the best in the world, a visit to the Magic Isle recharges the senses. But like every good magic trick, you’ll have to see it for yourself to believe it.
Whale watching: In the winter months, the Auau channel between Maui, Lanai and Molokai is one of the best places to whale watch in the world. Approximately 3,000 Humpback whales visit Maui each winter.
Maui beaches: Maui has more than 80 incredible beaches with a combined shoreline that spans 120 miles.
Haleakala National Park: Watch a memorable sunrise from 9,740 feet atop Haleakala Crater. The crater is roughly the size of Manhattan
Road to Hana: With 600 curves and 54 bridges, this is one of the world’s most scenic drives.
Lahaina: Once a thriving whaling port in the mid-1800s, Lahaina is now a lively gathering place for dining, shopping, art and entertainment.
Any time of year is a good time to visit Maui. The average temperature is between 75˚-85˚ F. Summer, between April and November, is warmer and drier while winter, between December and March, is a bit cooler. Trade winds keep things comfortable year-round. It is generally drier on the western (leeward) side and wetter on the eastern (windward) side.
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