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Vacation rentals in Maui
Maui is one of the world's most popular vacation destinations, with sufficient sights and sounds for a lifetime of vacations. Dazzling hiking trails, thrilling water sports, outlandishly gorgeous beaches, and then some, just choosing what to experience can be a challenge! Find a vacation rental in west Maui in the most popular resort on the island, Kaanapali. For more secluded beaches, but still close to all the amenities, look in the south of Maui such as Wailea. East Maui is the where the landscapes of Jurassic park come to life, far from civilisation, this is where you will find the most remote and dramatic scenery in Maui.Rentals with a fabulous view
Incredible, stunning, outrageous – just some of the words used to describe the views you can look forward to from your Maui vacation rental. From large houses for the family to compact flats for couples, there is accommodation here to suit all tastes. Take your merry pick from beachfront rentals, smart urban condos, or how about an eco-cabin located in Maui’s lush countryside for a vacation you will never forget?!
Vacations in Maui
The area and getting around
The Hawaiian island of Maui is about 50 miles long and 25 miles wide, making it easy to explore by car. Your journey on Maui is likely to begin in central Maui at Kahului Airport. Here you will find major shopping resources such as Costo, Walmart, and Whole Foods, but not so many tourist accommodations, as most tourist beeline for the coast. Kaanapali on the west is the island’s signature resort, with everything you can imagine for a memorable family vacation. As you move around the island south and then east, you get progressively off the beaten track, with all the pros and cons that entails.One island that has it all
From the summit of Haleakala to beaches at sea level, Maui is stuffed with an incredible variety of activities for tourists of all ages and interests. Looking to get in the car and explore? Check. Relaxing round of golf? Check. Hiking in moon-like landscapes? Check. Picnicking in a luscious botanical garden? Check. Lying back on a secluded beach far from civilisation? Check. Dancing all night at a local hotspot? Check. Check. Check. Maui has it all!
Travellers and activities
Maui has no less than 81 accessible beaches to choose from, more than any other Hawaiian island, including beaches with white, gold, black, and even red sand! Honokahua Bay Beach is hugely popular for boogie boarding and surfing, Kapalua Bay Beach is a lovely calm bay ideal for scuba diving, Kaanapali Beach offers the best of everything, a luxurious stretch coastline which borders some of the island’s classiest resorts. The list is long, so come and get exploring!Maui for hiking vacations
Haleakala National Park is home to the world's highest dormant volcano, with a summit above 3,000 metres. Climb the summit in the morning to see the life-affirming sunrise. Asides from the summit, the park has myriad trails that lead you through mesmerizing moon-like landscapes, making for unique photo opportunities. Prefer to hike along the coast? Waianapanapa State Park is home to jet-black volcanic sands and some awe-inspiring coastal trails.
The residents of Maui are known far and wide as being extraordinarily welcoming and friendly. It’s no surprise then that they greet with a hug, not a handshake!
Top 5 travel tips in Maui
For a bird's perspective of this magisterial island, take a helicopter tour. Tours start at around 150 dollars per person, but it is guaranteed to be some of the best money you will ever spend – seeing Maui from the air is truly an incredible sight!2. Drive Maui's Most iconic road
Driving the 70-kilometre windy road to Hana hugging Maui's northeastern shore is an experience that will stay with you forever. This is how all of Hawaii looked like in years gone by, a visual feast almost like no other.3. Explore Maui’s botanical gardens
Kula Botanical Garden is one of Maui's most beloved attractions. Situated on the slopes of the Haleakala volcano, its rich volcanic soils provide fertile ground for an exceptional array of indigenous, colourful tropical plants, and the views over the Pacific Ocean are insatiable!4. Quench your thirst the Hawaiian way
Ululani is a Hawaiian institution, a signature treat made from purified water, cane sugar, and local fruit. With myriad delicious combinations to choose from, quenching your thirst on Maui will be a memorable experience!5. Improve your swing in paradisiacal surroundings
Wailea Golf Club is one of the world's great golf destinations. Suitable for both pros and amateurs, amazing ocean views and a tremendous variety of terrain and challenges keep golfers coming back year after year to improve their game in paradisiacal surroundings.