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Exploring Maui Island

Browse our site for some of the best options for Maui island accommodation. Our website can help reduce the stress of ‘hunting’ by bringing up the best rates available. Those already in Maui will tell you that it’s an island synonymous with dreamy vacations in the tropics and they will be right.

This city is a place for nature lovers to immerse themselves in, and non-nature lovers to possibly start converting. Attractions on the island include scenic parks, great hiking trails, plenty of water activities and whale watching.

Things to see

A unique sight for any visitor is Haleakala National Park, where one can find a stunning volcanic crater, landscape similar to the moon and a diverse collection of endangered plant species all in one spot. Since the park extends from the volcanic crater down to sea level, you can actually see the landscape change as it gets closer to the sea. The park is also known for having spectacular sunrises at the volcanic summit.

Other ways to appreciate Maui’s natural beauty is through activities like hiking through the parks, canoeing out on the ocean and possibly catching glimpses of seals and whales, mountain biking in Makawao State Forest and snorkeling along the shores. A great spot for snorkeling is “Turtle Town”, where you can find a wide variety of coral and fish, creating an underwater landscape found only on National Geographic magazine covers.

Hotels in Maui

If you’re browsing Maui island for hotels, use our site to keep it simple without losing out on variety and value. The accommodation setting here is pretty diverse and there are options for all budgets and preferences. The budget hotels here provide clean and comfortable rooms but if you’re looking for luxury, then try the more decadent establishments in Kapalua. Here the resorts feature huge villas with enough space for a swimming pool, barbeque pavilion and parking at every unit. To get around, renting a car is highly recommended though you may not need it every day. So with proper planning, costs in this aspect can be kept low.

Where to stay

If you don’t mind spending on luxury and comfort, give Kapalua a shot. It’s on the west coast of Maui and home to excellent resorts and home to pristine bays and beaches. Visit Kapalua Resort to view a natural wonderland of beauty and history. Here you can find lush valleys, scenic peaks, lava rock formation, picturesque bays and the list goes on. There are also several eateries serving local food, some casual and others award-winning restaurants.

Lahaina is the place for visitors who like things alive and exciting, with plenty of restaurants, night clubs and watering holes to keep the night owls occupied and well entertained. Things to do here include stuffing yourself at Luaus, embarking on whale watching cruises and if you’re there during Halloween, you will find the wildest parties in Lahaina. Tens of thousands of participants fill the streets with amazing costumes to show off during that one day of the year.

How to get to Maui

Kahului Airport (OGG) is the main gateway for flights into Maui, with direct flights from places like Chicago, Denver, Honolulu, Los Angeles and Seattle. It’s quite a drive from the airport so check if your hotel provides shuttle services from the airport.

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