There is no bad time to visit Maui, but some activities are more enjoyable at certain times. Here is your guide to Maui Through The Seasons.
Resting between the resplendent waters and the unspoiled Pu'u Kukui Preserve in the West Maui Mountains, it's only fair that the Cane and Canoe menu features the best of land and sea.
From the world’s largest dormant volcano to an outer atoll teeming with tropical wonders, Maui has heaps of gorgeous sights to see—and tons of titillating activities to experience. Those of us fortunate to c...
The Elikapeka Suite in the Sands of Kahana Resort is located in the heart of Kahana- an idyllic, laid-back West Maui beach town.
As you first look for places to stay in Maui, you're hit with an overwhelming amount of options (especially with AirBnB opening up a ton of new spots). Below we've listed a handful of places we really like. Ou...
This super-accessible hike blends the best of multiple worlds: Spectacular views, Maui’s ecology and culture, and beautiful, wide open space.
White sloping sand, turquoise water and excellent swimming are just a few reasons to make this beach a must-see on your next visit to West Maui.
Perfect sand and a gentle turquoise ocean await at Keawakapu Beach, nestled on the border of Wailea and Kihei in south Maui, Hawaii.
Mala was Maui’s best kept dining secret. Now with 2 locations, one at the Wailea Beach Marriott, people are hearing more and more about it.
With picturesque views, palm trees, golden sand and excellent swimming conditions, this is the kind of beach that comes to mind when you think of Hawaii.