Sacred natural spaces and heavenly beaches meet in this island oasis.

Whether you’re looking to relax or kick-start your adrenaline with a wind sport session, there's a beach to match your mood on Maui, Hawaii. Prefer something on dry land? Gear up and hike the sacred Haleakala National Park, home to the dormant Haleakala volcano, to revel in its otherworldly landscapes, gorgeous waterfalls and freshwater pools. And once you've had your dose of adventure, take a nap on the beach or book a spa service — this is a destination for someone who wants a little bit of everything.

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Explore Maui

  • Kapalua
  • Lahaina
  • Wailea
  • Kaanapali

Kapalua

Overview

Home to some of Maui's most luxurious resorts, Kapalua rewards its visitors with fine dining, spas and hiking trails, set against jaw-dropping scenery of lush mountain peaks and turquoise waters.

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Dining, Golf, Beaches, Shopping

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Lahaina

Overview

Once the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii, this former whaling town is soaked in history. Explore its many museums and take a self-guided walking tour on the Lahaina Historic Trail. And with more than 40 art galleries offering pieces by local and internationally renowned artists, Lahaina is also a well-regarded art hub.

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Art, Parks, Water Tours, Historic Landmarks, Shopping

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Wailea

Overview

From the world-renowned golf courses to the plentiful boutiques and spas, Wailea offers a host of luxury attractions. Travelers can also take in the area’s unparalleled natural attractions, such as the lava fields of La Perouse Bay or take a quick boat ride to Molokini, a volcanic crater with some of the area’s best snorkeling.

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Dining, Golf, Beaches, Shopping

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Kaanapali

Overview

Lined with luxury resorts, this beach community is known for its range. It's a popular spot for honeymooners, but you'll also find adventurous travelers leaping off of the famous Puu Kekaa (Black Rock) and families taking in the nightly lighting of the Tiki torches at the Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa.

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Beaches, Spas, Honeymoon Destinations, Dining, Shopping

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Treat Yourself to a Long Weekend of Luxury in Maui, Hawaii

Turtle swimming under waters.

Life's a Beach

Kick your day off early with local coffee and a guided boat tour to Molokini, an area known for its next-level snorkeling. Then you’ll hop in the car for a drive south to the town of Wailea for lunch, shopping and a local quilt-making experience. Spend the afternoon relaxing at Kalama Beach Park and finish the day with dinner alfresco and some locally made brut sparkling rosé.

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Explore Haleakala National Park

Set an early alarm, catch the sunrise from the Haleakala summit and spend some time exploring the 30 miles of marked trails. Continue your hike to the Kipahulu District, known for the Waimoku and Makahiku waterfalls and the Seven Sacred Pools. Head to the town of Kihei to treat yourself to dinner followed by drinks at Maui’s oldest dive bar.

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Maui's Little Towns

Visit Lahaina for a self-guided tour of this historic area, which is a notable arts community. Don’t miss the 7,000-square-foot exhibition space located in the former jail of the Old Lahaina Courthouse. After lunch, head to Paia for windsurfing or Oskie Rice Arena in Makawao to see the paniolos, or cowboys, in action at the rodeo. End the day back in Lahaina with a farm-to-table meal and live music.

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