For me, the magic of Hawaii comes from the stillness, the sea, the stars. –Joanne Harris
Recently, I read a travel guide about Maui, Hawaii from Travel+Leisure magazine.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned traveler or embarking on your first Hawaiian vacation. You’ll love the beauty of the island as well as the culture and history.
Keep reading to learn key points about Maui.
What You Need to Know about Maui, Hawaii
- Maui is the second largest island in Hawaii.
- The island has attracted “seekers” for its healing energy since the 1960’s.
- Maui always brings something new and exciting to repeat travelers.
- The island has great weather throughout most of the year. The dry season is from April to October, and the rainy season is from November to March.
- February is the coolest month in Maui. But temperatures usually hover in the 70s and 80s most of the time.
- The best time to plan your Maui vacation is in the “shoulder season,” when the tourist influx is love, and the weather is best.
- Tradewinds are stronger in the afternoon, especially during summer.
- Airfare and hotel rates are lowest between Labor Day and Thanksgiving. Peak season runs from December to March, as well as summer.
- Popular excursions include helicopter tours, scuba diving, snorkeling, wine tasting, and more.
Are You Ready to Visit Maui, Hawaii?
Imagine visiting Maui, Hawaii by yourself or perhaps with family and friends.
When you arrive, you’re greeted by a warm breeze – the sun kisses your cheek.
Not only are the weather and scenery gorgeous, but you have a great time exploring the island and all that it has to offer you, from land to water activities, you have one immersive experience after the other.
Yes, it does!
Don’t miss your chance to visit Maui, Hawaii. Go here and book your vacation right now!