Luxury resorts, sophisticated boutiques and five-star dining meets charming small towns and breathtaking natural landscapes on the captivating island of Maui. Graced by pristine beaches, hidden waterfalls, rolling hills and farms with soaring views, Maui is an island of endless possibilities.
Things to do in Maui
No trip to Maui is complete without driving the famous “Road to Hana”, which extends just over 80 kilometres from Kahului. Follow the walking trail past cinder cones and swim in the Pools of Ohe’o, which are set within a bamboo forest. This scenic drive takes you around dramatic hairpin turns and across narrow bridges as it hugs Maui’s magnificent volcanic beaches.
Experience one of the most vivid sunrises on Maui’s highest peak, Haleakala Crater. Hike above the clouds or go horseback riding across otherworldly deserts.
Spend time exploring the tropical rainforests and cultural sights of the Iao Valley. Learn about Maui’s multicultural history in the Kepaniwai Park Heritage Gardens, then discover native Hawaiian flora and fauna at the interactive Hawaii Nature Center.
Getting around Maui
Kahului Airport is the main gateway to Maui, with public buses connecting its towns and villages. Renting your own vehicle is the most convenient means of accessing the island’s natural attractions.