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Beautiful Island of Maui  1-800-256-4280 (in Hawaii) Wailea Sunset

Beautiful Island of Maui 1-800-256-4280 (in Hawaii)

The island of Maui, Hawaii, deserves its reputation as a top vacation destination: It’s covered with pristine white-sand beaches, calm ocean bays and thrilling surf, stunning mountain and volcano vistas, sugarcane fields, highland ranches, waterfall-fed pools and twisting mountain roads.

But Maui is no hidden gem—it’s the second most-visited Hawaiian island, and you’ll have to do some work to find tropical solitude. Still, Maui’s beauty and the mix of different areas make it a good choice. Regardless of where you’re staying, the entire island can be seen in a series of day trips.

Most Maui hotels and resorts line the leeward, dry western shores of the island in West Maui and South Maui. The majority of the island’s visitors stay there. Beyond the perimeters of the beautiful resort areas, however, the rest of Maui is open for exploration.

It’s not a rumor, Maui is awesome!  We offer a wide variety of resort & condo options and very personalized service for your vacation.  We can assist you in choosing the right island and right resort for your personal preferences and desires.  We offer complimentary breakfast, free upgrades, early check in and late check out at many of Hawaii’s resorts on all island.  Call us at your earliest convenience  1-800-256-4280 here on Maui!


Sights—Whale-watching December-April in the shallow ocean channels or by boat; lounging on any of the island’s fantastic beaches; Haleakala volcano; Art Night Fridays in Lahaina.

Museums—Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum; Bailey House Museum; the Whalers Village Museum.

Memorable Meals—An appetizer and a drink at the secluded Mama’s Fish House outside Pa’ia; sushi at Sansei Seafood Restaurant and Sushi Bar; celebrity chef cuisine at Star Noodle; dinner and a show at the Old Lahaina Luau.

Late Night—Local entertainers at Charley’s Restaurant in Pa’ia; Ulalena at the Maui Theatre, the live show of Hawaii’s history; bar crawling along Lahaina’s strip of historic whaling-era bars.

Walks—The short, paved walk to view the Iao Needle cinder cone in Iao Valley State Park; any of the public walkways near the resorts; a stroll along the path stretching across Ka’anapali Beach; the manicured coastal trail in Wailea; the boardwalk spanning Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge mudflats.

Especially for Kids—The walk-through aquarium tunnel of Maui Ocean Center; the Maui Golf & Sports Park for miniature golf, bumper boats and the X-treme trampoline; the ziplines at Maui Tropical Plantation; a short hike to the swimming holes at Twin Falls.