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Maui, Hawaii

Updated: Oct 17, 2020

Why Maui?

With a plethora of spectacular islands in Hawaii, what sets Maui apart from the others? Well, the most distinct aspect of Maui is that it’s diversity offers something for everyone. With a mix of white, red, and black sand beaches, there are plenty of dreamy beaches for leisure travelers to relax on. For those seeking adventure, the opportunities are endless on this rainforest island featuring scenic hiking, mountain biking, and exploring volcanoes. The Road to Hana also offers stunning sea cliff views, waterfalls, tropical plantations, and more. When you visit Maui, there’s something new to discover each day, and whether you are traveling on a romantic honeymoon, family vacation, or girl’s getaway, everyone will surely find something to love.

Top 5 Beaches

Makena Beach State Park

Ka’anapali Beach

Baldwin Beach Park

Wai’anapanapa State Park

Hamoa Beach

Exciting Adventures

Haleakala Volcano Tour

The Road to Hana Drive

Rainforest Hiking



Whale Watching

Top 5 Resorts

Hotel Wailea (Romantic)

Ho'oilo House (Romantic)

Grand Wailea (Family)

Makena Beach Resort (Adventure/Activity)

Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort (Spa/Relaxation)

Must-Try Food & Drink



Fresh Pineapple

Shave Ice

Mai Tai

Local Coffee

A Quick Language Lesson

Aloha - Hello/Goodbye

Mahalo - Thank You

‘A’ ole palikir – You’re welcome/ No problem

Ohana - Family

Shaka - Hand gesture symbolizing the Aloha spirit or the feeling of friendship, understanding, or solidarity.

Practical Info

Maui’s main airport is the Kahului Airport (OGG). Depending on where you are staying, the island also has the Kapalua Airport (JHM) located in the northwest and the Hana Airport (HNM) located on the east coast.

You will not find any true all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii. The area is very open and “shareable” to everyone. The resorts are in close proximity to each other and accessible to all. Because of these circumstances, it is difficult to offer a fully all-inclusive stay. But don’t let that discourage you—rather, embrace it! This allows you to see more of the island, take in views from different resorts, try food and drinks at another, and explore a variety of beaches!

It’s very common and efficient to rent a car in Maui. Driving around the island is very easy, most resorts offer parking, and it takes away the stress of figuring out daily transportation to all the sights you want to see.


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