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Maui, Hawaii

Initially the island of tribes with mysterious history, Maui, the second largest in the Hawaii archipelago, has become an immensely popular tourist attraction where everyone can find something to their taste. Whether you hike in mighty Haleakalā or take the Road to Hana on its eastern side, or sip on your cocktail at one of the pristine beaches of western Ka'anapali or Wailea, Maui will surely spoil you with unforgettable natural beauty.


Most stores are open daily 9:30am–9pm or later. Most bars and clubs close around 2am.
Visit Maui
1727 Wili Pa Loop
96793 Wailuku

The Island of Maui

In Hawaiian mythology, it was demigod Māui to lift the Hawaiian Islands from the depths of the sea by lassoing the sun from the island’s highest peak, Haleakalā, bringing daylight to the islanders.

In the centuries that followed, Hawaiian culture was largely determined by the customs of Polynesian tribes until the rule of the House of Kamehameha, which lasted until the late 19th century. The island had also seen many explorers and missionaries during this extensive period, with James Cook being the first European to set foot here.

Besides being the Kingdom's capital, Lahaina also served as the hub of the remarkably successful whaling industry. At the industry’s height between 1840 and 1865, as many as 500 ships would anchor at Lahaina’s port. The sugar industry too flourished during that time, and the installation of the first sugar mill in 1828 gave way to a massive influx of workers from China, Japan, Puerto Rico, Korea, the Philippines, Portugal, and other European nations, further increasing the cultural diversity of Hawaii, the 50th state of the U.S. today.

Apart from Lahaina, other significant places include Kahului, the commercial hub of Maui, Kihei, and Makawao. Today, tourism has become its main economic sector, and with the warm tropical climate that prevails on the island, Maui welcomes its visitors all year round.

Beaches in Maui

Maui boasts over 30 miles of spectacular beaches. Experience the aloha spirit with delicious cocktails and ample entertainment—or the wild nature with not a soul around.
Baldwin Beach Park
If the first thing you want to do after landing in Maui is take to the beaches, head to Baldwin Beach Park just out of historic Paia. It also has a Baby Beach for the youngest, and is a preferred place by the locals too, so will certainly help you get in the Hawaiian mood.
Although access to this beach is remarkably easier for guests of resorts like Westin and Aston, visitors can still park their cars at Whalers Village to access this immensely popular beach dotted with various bars and restaurants. Seeking adventure? Climb and jump off the Black Rock!
This multi-award winning beach, often considered the best in Maui, has a plethora of activities, from snorkeling and boogie boarding to a zip-line tour. It also neighbors a golf course, and is the starting point of the Kapalua Coastal Trail.
South of Kihei, Wailea is an immensely popular beach for its exclusive setting, and the perfect place in the wintertime to spot whales—and celebrities, for that matter, given the proximity of Wailea Resort and Four Seasons.
Kamaole Beach Park I, II, III
The long coastlines of Kihei are the perfect spot for active recreation. Join a volleyball game, or grab a surfboard and ride the waves—but do so responsibly, as afternoons can get very windy here.
The area of Kihei welcomes visitors with plenty of activities across its flat beaches: bodysurfing and skimboarding are the things to try here. Makena includes the mile-long Big Beach with many excellent snorkeling spots like the Five Grave, and the Little Beach, unofficially considered among the best nudist beaches in the U.S. The Secret Cove just south of Makena is also a popular wedding location.
La Perouse Bay
La Perouse will not only amaze you as a beach, but also as a rich archaeological site that still bears marks of the last volcanic eruption in Maui in 1790. This is a beach where wearing closed shoes is highly recommended, especially if you are looking to hike the rocky King's Highway into the Ahihi Kinau Natural Area Reserve.
Wai'anapanapa State Park
You don't have to do without pristine beaches if you are taking the famous road to Hana or hiking in Haleakalā, far from the lively western side of Maui: Wai'anapanapa State Park's black sand volcanic beaches with its cabins and picnic area will won't leave you disappointed.

Do & See in Maui

Enjoy the pristine beaches with crystal clear water, roam the lush forests, and learn more about the island's history with the plethora of activities Maui has to offer.
Haleakala National Park
Spreading across Maui's Southeastern coastline, Haleakalā National Park is where the island's highest point, the top of the dormant volcano is found; the place where—as legend has it—demigod Maui lassoed the sun. Challenge yourself with one of its peaks (the highest, Puʻu ʻUlaʻula or Red Hill, rises to 10,023 feet above the sea), and enjoy the breathtaking view. Visits in rental or private cars are subject to pre-reservation, which is available online.
Maui Ocean Center
Immerse yourself in the colorful marine world at one of Hawaii's most attractive places! From the hatchlings of the Turtle Lagoon to the sharks of the Nursery Bay, you'll find the most interesting of underwater life here. Family passes are available.
Iao Valley State Park
On the eastern side of West Maui Forest Reserve, Iao Valley State Park is a pedestrian-friendly valley with a paved walk and scenic views of the 2250-feet tall 'Iao Needle. For an easier alternative, visit the botanical garden showcasing the plants brought by the settlers into ‘Iao Valley, which, as the site of the battle of Kepaniwai, is also rich in cultural and spiritual heritage.
Hawaii Nature Center
This gem of the lush Iao Valley park is an education center organizing rainforest walks, and fun educational programs for children, all aimed at showing visitors the rich flora and fauna of Maui.
Banyan Tree Park
The Maui Banyan Tree was imported in 1873 from India, and has since grown to form a mini forest in downtown Lahaina. This impressive tree now has 12 major trunks, and is a preferred relaxation spot for many.
Ho'omana Spa Maui
Indulge in a coconut milk bath, or take a detoxifying sea clay bath, and top it all with a four-hand massage. You can also take a class to learn the indigenous Lomi Lomi massage, to make it a longer-lasting experience.
Fun Factory
Located in the heart of Maui, this center with its vibrant atmosphere, exciting video games and impressive prizes is a go-to destination for the whole family, with a party area dedicated to special occasions.
Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum
This museum will give you an interesting insight into the local sugar industry and its influence on life in Maui, from technical and geographical aspects to the lives of people working in the industry.

Dining in Maui

The eateries of Maui feature an ample lineup of international cuisine, all mixed with fresh Hawaiian flavors with the use of fresh local ingredients. Don't miss out on Loco Moco, and the other delicious kalua and pu pu dishes.
Lahaina Grill
Lahaina Grill is a Hawaii-inspired elegant restaurant in the heart of downtown that regularly ranks among the top 25 restaurants in the States. The Maui onion soup, triple berry pie, wagyu beef ravioli, and rack of lamb are just a few of the favorites, but any item on the menu guarantees the freshest ingredients from Maui’s local farms.
Mama's Fish House Restaurant
Since its opening in 1973, Mama's Fish House has become a flagship restaurant on Maui, a perennial favorite of locals and visitors alike. Tristan Island Lobster Tails, Polynesian Black Pearl, and the nut crab cakes are just some of the signature dishes on the menu, which also indicates the fisherman who caught the fish. Mouth-watering dishes are accompanied by a white sandy setting reminiscent of old Polynesia.
Merriman's Kapalua
Celebrating the island's bounty of fresh fish, seafood, meat, and produce, Merriman's fancies its menu of 90% locally sourced fare and award-winning cuisine, paired with finest selection of wines. Get a fine wine at the oceanfront lounge, and enjoy the live music on any day of the week.
This place is named for Maui's triggerfish (also called Humuhumu), a specimen mouthful in name as well as in flavor. Fine, New American and Hawaiian Fusion is served at this open-air beachfront restaurant by Wailea Resort, topped with a truly spectacular view.
Cafe O’Lei at The Dunes
The Dunes restaurant is just one location of this Maui-based family business that serves a wide variety of fish and seafood, including the fresh catch of the day. They also have a daily plate lunch available from 10.30am, and Prime Ribs of Beef every Friday and Saturday after 4pm.
Casanova's Makawao
Casanova Italian Restaurant and Deli is known for its delicious Italian food, friendly service, and affordable prices. Shop in the Deli from 7:30 in the morning, have a light Mediterranean lunch, or enjoy late night entertainment from 9:30 pm on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, with a carafe of wine! Happy hours are from 5 to 6pm (excl. Saturdays).
Polli's Mexican Restaurant
Polli's Mexican Restaurant serves delicious tostadas, tacos, and fajitas seven days a week. Happy hours from Monday to Friday for food and beverages—the best place in town for a margarita!
Monsoon India
Monsoon India is the place to try authentic Indian cuisine, from Papadum chips and tandoori breads to samosas and biriyanis. The place is open for dinner during the hours of the beautiful sunset, as well as for lunch on Saturdays.

Cafes in Maui

Enjoy the aroma of the locally picked and ground Kona and Maui coffee beans at one of the island's plenty coffee houses!
Kihei Caffe
Kihei Caffe prides itself on having the best breakfast in town. Whether you are looking for a hearty ham and eggs breakfast, or are the sweet-toothed type, this place is worth a try for everyone.
Maui Coffee Roasters
An ever-bustling artsy café serving a large assortment of coffee specialties like the much sought nitro cold brew. Get your after-lunch caffeine shot here during the Happy Cappy Hours from 2pm!
Grandma's Coffee House
There's no better way to top the splendid views of Haleakala than by having a freshly ground coffee, made of beans picked from the slopes of the mighty volcano. Coffee has been roasted since 1918 here, at this true gem of Maui off the beaten track.
Cafe Cafe
Voted as the place with the best coffee in Maui, Cafe Cafe is the perfect spot in historic Lahaina to start the day with a delicious breakfast bowl, or specialties like the "Whales Tales" Maui Mokka.
Hawaiian Village Coffee
Hawaiian Village Coffee is the place to go to shop for premium-quality Maui coffee for locals and visitors alike. Fuel up for the day from the large selection of fresh croissants and sandwiches, or hop in for the famous Roselani ice cream.
Cafe Des Amis
Café Des Amis celebrates Paia's heritage as an Upcountry town of friendship and diversity, with a menu reflecting authentic French and Mediterranean cuisine, but their exquisite Indian curries are also sought by many. 50% off drinks in the happy hours from 4–6pm.
Java Cafe
A few minutes from Maui Nui Golf Club, Java Cafe is a hip and vibrant breakfast place that serves top-quality coffees, tea, and fresh juices—all 100% Hawaiian and served in a most tasteful way.

Bars & Nightlife in Maui

Sip on Maui's signature Mai Tai and zombie cocktails at a sandy tiki bar by the beach or an exclusive lounge of the many resorts on the island.
Three's Bar and Grill
Three's Bar and Grill features local live music twice a day with popular happy hours, and exotic Hawaiian food round the clock!
South Shore Tiki Lounge
With multiple events a day, South Shore Tiki Lounge is a multi-award winner where there is always something going on! Try everyone's favorites like the calamari pupu and the cocktail that is simply nicknamed Oh My Goddess.
Fleetwood's On Front St.
Mick Fleetwood's place is a must for music lovers and anyone looking to spend a pleasant night on Maui: a rooftop bar, live music, a general store and specials like the $1 Oyster Hour await the visitors.
Kahale's Beach Club
Grab a beer or a Mai Tai, mingle with the locals, and enjoy the live music at the bar with the longest happy hour in Maui!
Lobby Lounge at the Four Seasons Resort
Live Hawaiian music, hula, fresh sushi, and artisan cocktails are all found at the Lobby Lounge. Its contemporary, streamlined decor beckons guests to enjoy an evening together. Neighboring Ferraro's Bar and Ristorante is also recommended for its Italian cuisine and stunning views.
Spanky's Riptide
With its vast selection of beers and burgers, this is the place to go if you don't want to miss out on any sports events during your stay on Maui. Extended opening hours from 8am on Football Sundays.
Ambrosia Martini Lounge
Thanks to its daily events and drink specials, this place is a local's favorite—they simply just call it Amnesia! They're located in the VIBE Bar Maui, where you can enjoy an excellent mango martini.
Mulligans On the Blue
The only Irish pub in Maui features an open-air bar, fresh food, and the unmissable Guinness pints, live music, and Willie K dinner shows.

Shopping in Maui

Whether you're on the lookout for unique souvenirs, or want to treat yourself to something luxurious, Maui has a lot to offer for all budgets.
Hilo Hattie (The Outlets of Maui)
Hilo Hattie is Hawaii's signature store of unique treasures at multiple locations across the islands. Find Hawaii's biggest selection of island fashions, gifts, souvenirs, T-shirts, home and beach accessories, beauty products, gourmet foods, and Island jewelry!
Maui Mall Farmers Market & Craft Fair
A weekly fair in the heart of Lahaina featuring more than 50 local vendors and artists, from gifts and crafts to photography and jewelry.
The Shops at Wailea
The Shops at Wailea combine internationally recognized brand names with traditional Hawaiian selections in over 70 shops, with an addition of local art galleries, diners and shows for those with a cultural interest. Luxury brands include Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co. and Coach, and for a Hawaiian taste, look for Island Market, Martin & MacArthur, Lahaina Galleries, and Na Hoku.
Queen Ka'ahumanu Center
As Maui's own Town Square, Queen Ka’ahumanu Center is also the island's premier shopping and entertainment hotspot. The Center features Maui’s only department stores, Sears and Macy’s, along with over 100 shops and restaurants. Find familiar stores like American Eagle Outfitters, Pacific Sunwear, Foot Locker, and Forever 21.
Whalers Village
Whalers Village has over 90 stores featuring several waterwear chains, diners like the popular Hula Grill or Monkeypod, but visitors may also join the ukulele or hula lessons held on the spot.
Alice in Hulaland
While the store is famous for its vintage tees, Alice also carries a lovely mix of Hawaii-inspired gift items and casual wear for the whole family. Best sellers include Burnout Tank tees, Goorin Bros hats, and Havaianas slippers.
Lahaina Cannery Mall
Lahaina Cannery Mall is the island's only fully indoor shopping center with more than 50 retail stores and restaurants, and a 24-hour Safeway grocery store. The center often hosts free hula shows and other cultural events.
Collections offers some of the finest women's clothing and home decor in Maui, as well as unique souvenirs so that you always have a piece of Hawaii with you.

Tourist Information for Maui

Passport / Visa
When visiting Maui, the general U.S. entry requirements apply. Citizens of the Schengen countries, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Kingdom of Brunei can visit the United States for up to 90 days without applying for a visa (as well as citizens of Andorra, Lichtenstein, Monaco and San Marino). Citizens of these countries must obtain an ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) before traveling. All other travelers must obtain a visa before visiting the United States. International travelers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the country.
Best Time to Visit
Maui always welcomes visitors with its warm tropical climate, with winter lows not dropping below 70 degrees. The island is a highly sought-after holiday destination in the summer months from June to August, with plenty of things to do and see. For those looking for a quiet getaway with still pleasant weather, the months of April, May, September, and October are the most recommended.
Maui International Airport (OGG)
While most inbound flights originate from Honolulu International Airport, Kahului Airport also receives several international ones. An airport shuttle service is available, and Maui Bus too operates airports routes. Taxi and car rental offices such as Avis, Hertz and Budget are found at the airport.
Public Transport
The Maui Public Bus Transit System consists of 13 bus routes operated by Roberts Hawaii, linking Kahului with all the major hotspots on the island, excluding Haleakalā National Park and other out-of-the-way places. Daily passes are available. Car rentals are found at the airport.
Recommended cab companies in Maui area:

CB Taxi Maui
+1 808 243 8294

Maui Airport Taxi Shuttle
+1 808 877 2002

Royal Sedan & Taxi
+1 808 874 6900

Maui Happy Taxi
+1 808 385 6909
There are a total of 18 post offices across the island. Opening hours are from 8.30am to 4.30pm, but may vary office to office.
Walgreens Pharmacy
10 E Kamehameha Avenue, Kahului
+1 808 359 2830

Wailea Pharmacy
34 Wailea Ike Drive, Kihei
+1 808 879 0123

Walgreens Pharmacy
342 Keawe St, Lahaina
+1 808 667 9515
Time Zone
The time zone observed on Maui is the Hawaii Standard time (HST).
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