- 1Hawaii, USA70 reviews
The commercial center of west Maui, Lahaina (the name means 'cruel sun' in Haiwaiian) is charming and cloying in equal measures. Once a major port for the Pacific whaling industry, and royal seat for the tribal chief of Maui, Maui-Loa, today Lahaina is a collection of galleries, shops, and eateries of the sort found in any upscale beach town. There's ...
- 2Hawaii, USA42 reviews
I love Kihei so much, I live here! Sunny, sometimes a little windy, close to the amazing beaches and near some of my Hanai Ohana (adopted family).
- 3Hawaii, USA48 reviews
Beautiful drive the road to HANA waterfall lush green hills a beautiful drive.
- 4Hawaii, USA22 reviews
South of the condoville of Kihei, Wailea is the upper-crust resort enclave in South Maui. Not that that's a bad thing, though. The beaches are beautiful, with shoreline snorkeling and offshore scuba diving spots, most famously Molokini Crater (take a morning boat tour, rather than in the afternoon when it's most crowded and the waters are more murky). You've got ...
- 5Hawaii, USA30 reviews
Maui's small surf town hub on the North Shore, Paia is a place that most day trippers just breeze through on their way to Hana. But it's also a perfect place to base yourself for your entire island sojourn. Vacation rentals cottages, houses and apartments abound both near the beach and up in the green hillsides near the farms of ...
- 6Hawaii, USA5 reviews
Wailuku First Fridays!
- 7Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Kahului is the city where you will likely fly in and out of the airport. There are some nice amenities here, like Costco and Whole Foods, but the truth is, you will most likely leave here as quickly as you can to head to the resorts. This is not the destination in Maui, but it is a great resource if ...
- 8Hawaii, USA14 reviews
Kula is a town on the slopes of Haleakala. It is pretty, with nice views of the island, but not something I would go out of my way to visit when on Maui - its mostly residential.
- 9Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Lovely, lovely, place. Up country north shore. Great house rentals. Not touristy.
- 10Hawaii, USA17 reviews
Personally - this is my favorite resort area on Maui. Many people like Wailea better. Good for you. I love the classic white sand beaches and relaxed luxury feel of Kapalua's West Maui strip. Wailea on the East side has more of a honeymooners meet Paris Hilton vibe - its a little too LA for my tastes but trust me ...
- 11Hawaii, USA13 reviews
Little upcountry town with character and the aloha spirit
- 12Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Makena is lovely, and the homes that dot the waterfront in this luxury enclave are unbelievable. They do movies in the park from time to time, and there are some very cool beaches to explore on this part of the island. One has black sand.
- 13Hawaii, USA2 reviews
The Maalaea harbor is the second windiest harbor in the world after a harbor in New Zealand! The inside slips are odd numbered and the outer slips are even. Parking can be challenging if your trip departs later in the morning. At this time, you can park at the Maui Ocean Center but at some time in the future it ...
- 14Hawaii, USA18 reviews
A resort stretch of beaches north of Lahaina in Maui, the area's Black Rock Cove is a spectacular spot for snorkeling, probably the best and most accessible such place on the island. There's a spot for modest cliff-jumping overlooking the cove, but even if you stay firmly in the water, Ka'anapali rates as one of the finest beaches on the ...
- 15Hawaii, USA2 reviews
My new backyard...
- 16Hawaii, USA1 review
Outside the Sugar Cane Museum on Maui. (Of course it's outside--you wouldn't want a Golden Shower inside.)
- 17Hawaii, USA2 reviews
great golf Course!