Top places to visit when planning a vacation to Maui
Before visiting the beautiful Maui, it can be useful to do some research and learn more about the island
Before visiting the beautiful Maui, it can be useful to do some research and learn more about the island itself and its inhabitants before setting a date and start planning your trip. Considerations such as which part of the island you’re planning to stay at and what the most well-liked attractions are that you’ll be visiting during your stay can make your vacation an unforgettable one.
Getting to know the island
Maui is the most populated and also the second largest of the Hawaiian island group and is unfailingly voted as the best island in the world to visit, according to the Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ choice awards.
South Maui – has excellent beaches and desert. Kihei is a more cost-effective option and a great place to stay. Makena and Wailea offer fabulous condos and resorts on golf courses but are more expensive.
West Maui – also on the desert side. Lahain town is central with restaurants and shopping areas on the water. Kapalua and Kaanapali are golf course towns situated on the water with huge resorts. Napili is quieter with pretty beaches. Kahana is located between Kapalua and Kaanapali and has beautiful beaches with reasonable pricing.
East Maui - When you’re envisioning a vacation at Hawaii, Hana is generally the preferred choice with coastlines of lava rock, empty beaches, waterfalls, and lush rainforests. When you’re considering the best beach rentals in Maui for Hana, you can rent a house or condo or book a stay at Travaasa Hotel. A hotel stay is probably the best option when you’re staying in Hana as it has friendly staff, ocean views, a full spa, and great amenities.
Upcountry Maui – an excellent option for individuals who are looking for great views and cooler weather. The quiet villages are situated high on the slopes of Haleakala with no beaches in close vicinity, but you’ll have a view of them.
Getting to know the inhabitants of Hawaii and Maui
It can be highly useful to learn a bit more about the people and culture of Hawaii as it is different from what you’re used to when visiting the mainland. Planning ahead while still at home can help with making your Hawaiian vacation a success and avoid causing unnecessary stress once you’ve reached your destination.
Maui’s top three resorts:
Maui is known for having world-class resorts, which include:
•Ka’anapali Beach Resort
Maui’s top paid activities:
There are a couple of recommended paid activities when visiting Maui, including:
•Maui Zipline tours
•UFO Parasailing in Maui
Maui’s top attractions:
There are many places in Maui that you don’t want to miss out on. If you have limited time, then you must include visiting these attractions in your itinerary:
•West Maui’s rugged North shore
•Driving to Upcountry Maui
•Haleakala National park
Maui is one of the most desirable island destinations to visit during your family vacation, and if you still haven't decided, you can check out the many photos available of the island of Maui on the Internet to help convince you.