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Maui holidays - Romantic, idyllic and thrilling
Maui is a favourite with our guests with its iconic stunning beaches and friendly charming towns. Exploring the island by car and experiencing the local cuisine is a must or why not just jump on the tour bus and relax and enjoy the sites. We recommend a stop on the mainland with San Francisco being a popular choice.
A beautiful honeymoon hot spot
As one of the most famous, luxury getaway tropical islands in the world, Maui is known for its outstanding and unspoiled coastline including, white, red and black sand beaches.
The popular and upmarket Hawaiian island is home to international world-class surfing opportunities, outstanding golf courses and exquisite national parks. With its sister island of Oahu, Maui provides some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere in the Pacific.
Things to do in Maui
Maui is one of six islands in Hawaii and is split into East Maui and West. Kaanapali Beach is West Maui’s signature beach attraction. Honolua Bay is a prime big-wave surfing spot and Kapalua is one of Maui’s prime resort areas. East Maui’s attractions include Hana and the beautiful, cascading Pools of Oheo.
- Kaanapali Beach
- Honolua Bay
- Fleming Beach
- Haleakala Crater
- Kahikinui Coastline
- The town of Hana
- Iao Valley
When to go to Maui
Maui enjoys a tropical climate, mild throughout the year. August can see summer highs of 32°C while January sees warm temperatures of around 27°C, though it experiences heavier rainfall. The different sides of Maui experience very different weather patterns due to the dramatic changes in the elevation of the landscape and whether you are on the windward and leeward sides.