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When you’re ready to say “aloha” to some second-largest-Hawaiian island vibes, you must have Maui on your mind. If you’ve already planned your luaus, black-sand beach visits, and wandering through a lush pineapple farm, you’re well on your way to an ocean-sized good time. But when it comes to things to do in Maui—that’s just the tip of the volcano.
Once you’ve booked one of the best hotels in Maui, you’ve got to start making a list of the top-tier must-do experiences in the Valley Isle, because this lush locale is filled with drama and adventure that waits for no one. So grab that coconut bra and “lei” off the boring stuff. It’s Maui wow-y from here on out.
Going Coco-Nuts in Maui
Get (Non-Volcanically) Active: It should come as no surprise that outdoor activities are always in season when you visit Maui. You can learn the state’s official sport by attempting to hang ten at the well-known North Shore, where you’ll find surfers of every experience level riding waves. No vibe harshing, here. If you like your adventures on two wheels, strap in for the (bike) ride of your life with a 27-mile downhill trek with coastal and crater views that starts at the summit of Haleakala—Maui’s largest volcano. When your adrenaline starts to check itself, pedal back to your Maui oceanfront hotel and let the waves lull you to sleep. Totally gnarly, dude.
Beach Yum: There’s a lot to write home about when it comes to Maui eats. Jumpstart your food journey with the Hawaiian comfort food Loco Moco—rice topped with a burger patty, gravy, and finished off with a perfectly fried egg. Stop by local spots like 808 Grindz Cafe, Nalu’s South Shore Grill, and Kihei Caffe to sample this tasty staple. Have a sweet tooth? Get Hawaiian shave ice done right at Ululani's, where they craft the frosty delight with homemade purees made with local fruit and finish things off with a satisfying drizzle of coconut cream. Finally, get your fresh-fish poke fix at the award-winning Foodland. Once you’re filled to the brim, get some rest and relaxation (for your belly) at your boutique hotel in Maui.
Chillax to the Max: If the theme song to your last-minute Maui getaway is “Take it Easy,” good news—there’s plenty of laidback island life to go around here. Hang at a low-key surf town like Paia, moseying around its boutique shops and seafood spots. Then hit up Maui Brewing Company to sip some beers with hints of pineapple and hand-toasted coconut. Feel more like getting wine-y? MauiWine pours up sparkling rosé, raspberry, and pineapple wines to really get you in the Maui mood. Once you’ve worn yourself out for all of that overt relaxation, swagger back to your Maui five-star hotel for some much-deserved luxe lounging.
Natural Attraction: The natural wonders of Maui can be categorized simply as can’t-be-missed. Beyond the volcanoes and beaches, a Hawaiian blowhole is a must-see. In Maui, you’ll find the Nakalele Blowhole, a tube created by volcanic lava that allows a giant geyser of water to spray up in the air. This stop also includes the oft-Instagrammed heart-shaped rock. If you’d rather peep a different kind of blowhole, you’re in luck—Maui is known for its majestic whale watching tours to experience thousands of humpback whales during their winter migration. Ahhh … nature.
Frequently Asked Questions About Maui
Where can you find cheap hotels in Maui?
After you’ve set your sights on Maui for your last-minute island getaway, you’ve probably got your heart set on one of the Maui hotels on the beach. And who could blame you? You might be worried that you’ll blow all your cash on those beach hotels in Maui because you waited to book, but that’s not the case. You can save that Mai Tai money, because last-minute hotels in Maui don’t have to break the bank, thanks to Hotwire Hot Rate hotel deals. In fact, the longer you wait to book a Hot Rate Hotel, the bigger the savings. You can save up to 60% versus booking a listed rate two weeks earlier, and find Maui hotels as low as $229. Even when you’re searching for fancy Maui hotels with a view. Phew!
What hotels in Maui are all-inclusive?
If you’re looking to really “seas” the deal on your last-minute vacay, take a gander at the high-end all-inclusive hotels in Maui. These Maui hotels are packed with extra features and amenities sure to give your trip that little extra something. And if you happen to be celebrating a special occasion on this island getaway, you’ll fall in love with the best honeymoon hotels in Maui. Not your honeymoon but still looking to get sexy? This lovey-dovey destination is full of the best hotels in Maui for couples, so you’ll be sure to say “mahalo” for the extra dose of romance on your vacation.
What is the best area to stay in Maui?
It’s tough to pick a best spot for your stay when everywhere you look is lovely. Some travelers prefer the convenience of Maui hotels near the airport, while other beach seekers are all about location, location, location. If you’re looking for South Maui hotels, Maui hotels in Wailea are always a gorgeous bet, while in the northern part of the island you can count on hotels in Kapalua Maui and Lahaina Maui hotels to bring a “shell” of a view. And for centrally located appeal, hotels in Kihei Maui will really deliver.
Is it safe to travel to Maui during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis?
When it comes to planning your Hawaiian getaway, you’re probably wondering is Maui safe to visit with COVID-19 closures and restrictions. Before you book, make sure to check the latest, most up-to-date safety requirements and travel advisories in the region. Learn more about traveling during the coronavirus pandemic.