Maui

Heartfelt alohas & volcanic adventures

A holiday in Maui, the second biggest of the Hawaiian Islands, will truly captivate the imagination. Created by the sporadic flows of lava from thousands of vents over millions of years, the rugged landscape is juxtaposed by verdant shores of foliage and exquisite beaches.

Luxury Holidays in Maui

Maui holidays are the utter embodiment of paradisal scenes and luxurious surroundings. What's more here you can experience various Hawaiian cultural phenomenon such as hula, a traditional form of dance imported by the Polynesians and developed over time under Western influences in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

You’ll hear the high tones of a plucking ukulele reverberating behind you as the dancers’ hips create an undulation of the pā’ū – or, wrapped skirt – reminiscent of the ebb and flow of the tide in the distance.

10 Great Reasons to Holiday in Maui

  • Drive along the scenic Hāna Highway
  • Explore the impressive Haleakalā National Park
  • For a spot of shopping, check out Lahaina in West Maui
  • Great nightlife
  • Friendly local people
  • Pools of Oheo - Swim in the pools beneath 7 stunning waterfalls
  • Paia - Dubbed the 'coolest' part of Maui, Paia is a haven for windsurfing and shopping
  • Molokini - A moon-shaped island perfect for diving and snorkelling
  • La Perouse - Visit lava coated beaches and spot the spinner dolphins
  • Honolua Bay - Famed for the mighty waves attracting pro surfers

Things to do Whilst on Holiday in Maui

On the Hāna Highway – a 68-mile stretch of road – you’ll open up amazing panoramic views along the coast and unlock hidden natural wonders like waterfalls and other attractions.

Set in over 30,000 acres, the Haleakalā National Park is a must see for visitors. Trek to the summit – the Haleakalā Crater – which is 2 miles wide and 2,600 ft deep! Whether you come to this serene spot in the morning or evening, you’ll get an equally stunning sunrise or sunset. If images of seemingly vast and arid volcanic rock reaching into the clouds doesn’t do it for you, check out the Kipahulu section where you can swim in one of the natural pools below cascading waters caressing the regions’ rock formations.

For a great night out pay a visit to Front Street in Lahaina, where you can get a bite to eat before partaking in some local entertainment. There’s a lively atmosphere on Front Street, and it will soon be evident that it’s the epicentre of Maui nightlife.

Interesting Facts About Maui

  • Area – 727.2 sq. miles
  • Population – 144,444
  • Currency – US Dollar (USD)
  • Conde Nast Traveller Magazine has voted Maui 'Best Island in the World' a whopping 16 times!

Weather In Maui

The weather in Maui varies little throughout the year and is always warm and pleasant. Dry season falls between April and October. Although there is more rainfall from November to March, this rain seldom lasts very long. The peak time for whale watching is February, however whales can be seen from late December to late May.

Maui Holidays 2021 / 2022

At Kenwood Travel we provide bespoke holiday packages to suit your needs. Why not add a multi-centre trip to your itinerary? With 35 years worth of experience we’re well placed to handpick the best. Call us now to book your 2021 Maui holiday.

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