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Where to Stay on Maui

Where to Stay on Maui

From luxury resorts lining white sand beaches to cabins tucked away in lush forests, Maui has a spot for every type of tropical vacation seeker. To find an area with the scenery, weather, and activities you prefer, read on to learn more about the top vacation towns on the Valley Isle. 

Lahaina

A historic whaling village on Maui’s sunny west coast, Lahaina’s quaint downtown sits right on the harbor and provides the perfect getaway for beachgoers, artists, and history buffs. Plus, numerous adventures such as snorkeling, scuba diving, and whale watching depart from Lahaina. The town’s rich history also makes it the ideal spot to attend a traditional luau. 

Kaanapali

Known for having one of the best beaches in Maui, Kaanapali is also home to some of the island’s top oceanside restaurants and resorts. Located a 10-minute drive up the west coast from Lahaina, Ka’anapali is a great jumping-off point for those seeking adventures on land or sea. For a unique view of the coastline, thrill-seekers can zipline over the picturesque white-sand shores and lush valleys. 

Hana

A remote island paradise far from the shopping and resorts of Maui’s bustling tourist hubs, Hana is a small village at the end of the famous Hana Highway. Set on the rugged east coast, Hana is the place to go if you are looking for solitude, black sand beaches, and waterfalls. To avoid navigating the narrow, arduous highway to reach Hana, book a tour that lets you take in the scenery while someone else does the driving.

Wailea

For luxury resorts, beaches, and golf courses along Maui’s south coast, head to Wailea. South Maui is known for being dry and sunny and offers all of the modern-day comforts alongside nearby outdoor adventures. While staying in Wailea you can explore the surrounding area on kayaking and snorkeling tours that take in the vibrant marine life both above and below the surface.

Kula

Perched on the slopes of Haleakala Crater, Kula is set in Maui’s upcountry and provides a rural, mountain vacation. It's surrounded by farms and conveniently located close to the many adventures within Haleakala National Park. Among its activities are coffee plantation tours, mountain biking down Haleakala, and watching the sunrise from the top of the volcano. Kula is perfect for coffee lovers, thrill seekers, and those looking for something off the beaten path.

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Haleakala Maui Sunrise Tour with Breakfast

Haleakala Maui Sunrise Tour with Breakfast

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Experience an incredible daybreak view from top of Maui’s highest peak during this 7- to 8-hour Mt. Haleakala sunrise tour. Journey with a guide on this massive volcano to witness the orange and red-colored dawn of a new day set amidst the clouds, enjoying the sublime beauty of a sight that once inspired literary great Mark Twain. This Maui sunrise excursion also includes round-trip hotel transportation, breakfast and entrance fees.
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  • 10 hours
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Four Winds II Molokini Snorkeling Tour from Maalaea Harbor
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Four Winds II Molokini Snorkeling Tour from Maalaea Harbor

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Snorkeling in Molokini Crater is undeniably one of the best parts about visiting Maui. Here in this crescent, submerged volcano off Maui’s southern coastline, over 250 species of fish inhabit a world-class reef. Experience water so exceptionally clear you can see down 75 feet, and swim with schools of tropical fish while cruising the vibrant reef. You can also just sit and suntan on the deck, with sweeping views of Haleakala set just off the back of the boat.
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  • 5 hours
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Turtle Reef Kayak Tour of Makena

Turtle Reef Kayak Tour of Makena

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Leave your cares and worries behind when you join this Maui kayaking tour, which casually paddles the turquoise waters above Turtle Reef in Maui. Launching out of Makena Landing just 10 minutes south of Wailea, this Maui kayaking tour hugs the shoreline of a historic volcanic cove. In addition to teeming with schools of fish, this area is home to everyone’s favorite—the endangered Hawaiian Green sea turtle.
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  • 3 hours
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Best of Maui Haleakala and Iao Valley
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Best of Maui Haleakala and Iao Valley

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From the lunar summit of Haleakala Crater to the viewpoint for Iao Needle, explore the best of Central Maui on this informative, guided day tour. Hotel pickup is conveniently provided, and the tour also visits historic Wailuku—a funky, yet up-and-coming hot spot. Learn the island’s agricultural history and hear its legends and stories, and experience some of the island’s best scenery from its valleys right up to its peak.
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  • 9 hours
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Road to Hana Adventure
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Road to Hana Adventure

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On this guided, full day tour of Hana, enjoy the diverse and tropical beauty of the famous Road to Hana. Stop for photos at roadside waterfalls and stunning black sand beaches, and even wrap around the rugged backside of Haleakala volcano. With an informative guide behind the wheel, this is one of the best ways to visit Hana—especially if you don’t want to drive!
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  • 12 hours
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Two Tank Lanai Certified Diving Adventure from Lahaina

Two Tank Lanai Certified Diving Adventure from Lahaina

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Discover Maui’s beautiful underwater world on a two tank dive to Lanai. Explore the First and Second Cathedral and its incredible diversity of marine life as you swim past archways, lava structures, and schools of fish. Reach depths of 50 to 85 feet on two separate dives with a delicious breakfast of fresh fruit, bagels, juice, and water in between.
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  • 4 hours 30 minutes
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Makena-Wailea Explorer Trip in Maui
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Makena-Wailea Explorer Trip in Maui

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Spend 4-hours with a small-group (8 max) and a guide s you experience an ocean adventure on Maui’s south coast. Enjoy the use of provided kayak and snorkel gear as you paddle through clear, calm waters, stopping along the way to swim and snorkel. Keep your eyes peeled for local marine life like green sea turtles, manta rays, octopuses, dolphins, and sometimes even Humpback whales (normally spotted between December and April.)
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