Top 10 Maui Rainy Day Activities

While rainy days can strike anytime during the year, Maui’s wet season typically runs from November to April. Fortunately, most of the resort areas on Maui are (purposefully) located in the dry parts of the island. However, if a rainy day does hit during your...

Top 10 Maui Vacation Rentals

TOP 10 MAUI VACATION RENTALS Maui vacation rentals can be a great, affordable alternative to staying at a resort. However, there are stringent rules for vacation rental owners. The county can shut down unpermitted vacation rentals at the drop of a hat, leaving...

Top 15 Beaches On Maui

Maui is studded with waterfalls, hiking trails, and luxury resorts, but the island’s biggest allure is the beaches. Maui has more miles of swimmable beaches than any other Hawaiian Island! While there are far more than 15 beaches on the island, here are some of...

Waiheʻe Ridge Trail Hike

One of Maui’s most famous treks rewards hikers with sweeping views of the interior of the West Maui Mountains, waterfall vistas, and an abundance of native plant and animal life.   This is Waiheʻe Ridge Trail.   Waiheʻe Ridge Trail is a five-mile round...

8-Day Maui Itinerary

The Beatles may be the first band to popularize the concept of eight days a week—and it sure sounds blissful, doesn’t it?—but it’s residents of Maui who are actually living the dream. In other words, we know how to stretch out time so long it feels like we’ve been...

All About Kiawe Trees

Rugged, barbed, and wild, the kiawe trees of Maui offer an incongruous and yet dramatic touch to the island’s lovely landscape. Otherwise known as Hawaii’s mesquite tree, kiawes are primarily characterized by their intriguing oddness: In a terrain largely defined by...