Maui continues efforts to recover after the devastating wildfires that destroyed Lahaina and surrounding areas. If you are preparing for an upcoming trip to Maui, we ask that you extend extra care and compassion to the community due to the recent tragedy. Many activity vendors, restaurants and other attractions in West Maui were either lost entirely or have not resumed operations. Certain areas within the region, including Lahaina Town, remain off-limits. The Maui Now website has a listing of What’s Open on Maui to help plan your stay.
Experience the Magic of the Valley Isle
As they say on the Valley Isle, “Maui No Ka Oi!” – or, “Maui is the best.” One visit and it’s easy to see why. Voted “Best Island” by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler for more than 20 years, Hawaii’s second largest island is famous for its charming towns, scenic drives, diverse natural landscape, and miles of sparkling white sand beaches that are continually voted among the best in the world.
Maui’s biggest attraction – literally – is Haleakala. This towering volcanic mountain, which means “house of the sun” in Hawaiian, features stunning sunrises and sunsets, out-of-this-world landscapes, breathtaking views of Maui’s central valley, and flora and fauna that exist nowhere else in the world.
Maui’s other main attraction, the Road to Hana, is a winding, coastal road with spectacular vistas, mile-after-mile of lush rainforests, alluring waterfalls, and mile-after-mile of lush rainforest. From windsurfing, scuba diving, surfing and snorkeling, to road and mountain biking, extensive hiking trails, and waterfalls, Maui is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.
However, it’s not only for the active and rugged. Maui is a world-class destination for golf, spa vacations, destination weddings, and dining.