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Maui

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Blessed with beautiful beaches and jaw-dropping scenery

Maui, the second largest Hawaiian island, offers 33 miles of superb beaches, crystal clear waters and a dramatic extinct volcano. Known as the ‘Valley Isle’, Maui is dotted with quaint towns and artist communities and is a quieter alternative to Oahu. Whether you’re exploring iconic Haleakala, snorkelling at Molokoni or enjoying the island’s many waterfalls, we’re sure you’ll agree with the locals that “Maui no kai oi” or “Maui is the best”.

Why visit?

  • Perfect beaches
  • Underwater adventures
  • Haleakala National Park
  • Laid back vibe
  • Whale watching
  • Hiking in the rainforest
Browse hotels in Maui

Excursions

Browse Accommodation

Maui Coast - Standard Room

Maui Coast Hotel

From £94 pp
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Stuated just across the street from the award-winning sandy beaches of the Kamaole Beach.

The Royal Lahaina - Exterior and Beach

Royal Lahaina Resort

From £99 pp
Silver

Set amidst 27 acres of tropical lawns and gardens, fronting the best and most exclusive stretch of Kaanapali Beach, the Royal Lahaina Resort in a truly unique Hawaiian resort.

Westin Maui Resort & Spa - Garden View King

Westin Maui Resort & Spa

From £169 pp
Silver

Situated along a spectacular stretch of the famed Ka'anapali Beach.

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The facts:

Getting there: Maui is a 30 minute flight from Honolulu.

Best time to travel: Maui enjoys year round warm weather. There are two seasons, winter which is November through to April when temperatures typically range from around 20-25ºC. In the summer, the temperatures commonly reach over 30ºC. The rainiest months are December to March, but even then you will rarely get rain all day.

Maui climate:

Maui Climate Chart