The island of Maui is dotted with quaint towns, artist communities and local favorites that have been around for generations. Head to Makawao for pastries from a “mom and pop” bakery, or head to Lahaina for a taste of Maui’s famed farm to table cuisine. From shimmering beaches and lovely Iao Valley to migrating humpback whales and sunset on Haleakala, it’s not surprising Maui was voted the “Best Island” by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler for over a dozen years.


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Five Tips For Visiting Lahaina

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More About Maui
“I went to Maui to stay a week and remained five. I never spent so pleasant a month before, or bade any place goodbye so regretfully. I have not once thought of business, or care or human toil or trouble or sorrow or weariness, and the memory of it will remain with me always.”
Mark Twain

Special Amenities on Maui include World-class resorts, spas and meeting facilities, championship golf courses, incomparable beaches, water sports and land activities.

Wailea Beach Boardwalk

You can watch humpback whales frolic in Maui’s warm waters December-May. Savor five-star regional cuisine and experience the friendly “aloha spirit.”

When it comes to golf destinations, no one’s got a scorecard quite like Maui’s. All of Maui’s 9 award-winning courses have panoramic views of the ocean and island scenery, and are within an hour’s drive of each other.