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OUTRIGGER Kaanapali Beach Resort

OUTRIGGER Kaanapali Beach Resort

The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua

The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua

Wailea Beach Resort - Marriott, Maui

Wailea Beach Resort - Marriott, Maui

Aston at the Maui Banyan

Aston at the Maui Banyan

Aston Maui Hill

Aston Maui Hill

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Aston Kaanapali Shores

Aston Kaanapali Shores

Maui Coast Hotel

Maui Coast Hotel

Hilton Vacation Club Ka'anapali Beach Maui

Hilton Vacation Club Ka'anapali Beach Maui

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa

Fairmont Kea Lani Maui

Fairmont Kea Lani Maui

Grand Wailea Maui, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Grand Wailea Maui, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Popular places to visit, kaanapali beach.

As one of the highest-ranking luxury beaches in the U.S., this stunning stretch of sand with crystal-clear water is lined with high-end hotels and shops.

This vacation accommodation hotspot has everything you need. Its protected waters attract swimmers and snorkelers in summer, and surfers and body boarders in winter.

Wailea Beach

This stretch of powdery sand is part of an upscale resort community and is an ideal place to sunbathe, snorkel, and dive with Hawaiian green turtles and manta rays.

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“A journey is a person in itself,” John Steinbeck once said. “No two are alike.” There is plenty of truth in his words, whether you’re venturing 30 or 3,000 miles from home. Every step you take begins a new adventure, and this trip to Maui Island is an important one. You plan on relaxing under a sherbet sun and feeling grains of sand massage your feet, transporting your mind away from reality and coaxing you into a state of bliss. Hawaii is the perfect place to stretch your wings and seek wisdom in a new place. When you get there by booking one of the hottest Travelocity Maui package deals, you’re even wiser.

You’re always in good hands when you book vacation packages in Maui with Travelocity. We leave nothing to chance--your travel arrangements are secured in one convenient place, at the lowest possible price. Combine your flight and hotel by booking a package, all that’s left is for you to is find a lei and a fruity drink and enjoy your stint in paradise.

Top Hotels in Maui

The key to having one of the best vacations in Maui is finding the right hotel. From a lounge chair on a balcony overlooking just the right spot, you can hardly tell where your dreams end and your reality begins. Check into one of these top hotels on the island, and your getaway is off to the right start.

  • Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa : Sitting right on Ka’anapali Beach atop a cliff of black rock, this romantic hotel is breezy and bright. Take a dip in the pool each morning and have a drink at Mai Tai bar at sunset. Book a room with a private lanai, and it almost feels like you’re sleeping right under the stars.
  • The Westin Maui Resort & Spa : The Westin is an impressive resort with five pools and lush gardens, a world-class spa, and oceanfront dining. Begin your day with a Westin workout at the fitness studio or sip a cup of coffee slowly on your balcony. The resort puts on all sorts of fun events, from ukulele lessons to poi tasting, so plan on exploring Hawaiian culture just steps from your room.
  • The Ritz-Carlton : The views from the Ritz-Carlton are practically unparalleled, and the service is impeccable. You can lounge outdoors on one of the cozy couches surrounding a fire pit, or soak up a breeze on your private lanai. This AAA 5-diamond resort gives new meaning to the idea of pampering.
  • Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa : This hotel boasts 40 acres by the sea, so you may just feel like you’ve lost yourself in the jungle in the best possible way. By evening, upscale dining with water views awaits. If you need help planning your snorkeling adventure or getting a drink recommendation, the staff is happy to help.

Luaus and More

Maui vacations are never boring this much is for certain. All the quintessential Hawaiian experiences are available to you, from sunset luaus to coconut cocktails. But the Valley Isle has some special surprises up its sleeve, too, including the views from Haleakala Crater and the relaxing aura of Wai’anapanapa State Park. Hike a bamboo forest along the Pipiwai Trail, or plant yourself in the sand along Wailea Beach. You can’t go wrong—Maui is a dream come true for all types of dignified travelers like yourself.

Festivals and Events

Aside from observing the natural beauty and friendly culture of Maui, you can joyfully partake in lots of festivals while you’re in Hawaii. You’ve booked a cheap vacation in Maui, wise wanderer, so you can afford to live a little. A lot, even. In April, the Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival fills the air with free concerts. Come June, the Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival also imbues the island with sound June is also when the Maui Film Festival takes place. Celebrate local products in November at the Made in Maui Festival, where you can try a host of products created in Maui County.

The land of quiet tides and deep sea adventures awaits, wise wanderer. Book vacation package in Maui, HI and you’ll save big on your flight and hotel. The only thing that’s left to do is pack your sun screen and start practicing your hula.

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Maui, Hawaii is a paradise offering a wide range of activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy. One must-do activity is exploring the Road to Hana, a scenic drive along the island's spectacular coastline, passing by waterfalls, lush forests, and stunning ocean vistas. Another popular attraction is the Haleakala National Park, where you can witness the breathtaking sunrise from the summit of Haleakala volcano and go hiking on its trails.

If you're a beach lover, make sure to visit Kaanapali Beach or Wailea Beach for relaxing in the sun and snorkeling in the crystal-clear waters. For those seeking adventure, try your hand at surfing in Lahaina or take a helicopter tour to see Maui's stunning landscapes from above. Maui also offers incredible opportunities for whale watching, especially during the winter months when humpback whales migrate to the area.

Don't forget to sample some Hawaiian cuisine, such as fresh seafood and tropical fruits, at the island's many delicious restaurants. Overall, Maui promises an unforgettable vacation with its natural beauty and endless activities.

The best time to visit Maui is from April to May and from September to November. During these months, the weather is usually pleasant, with temperatures ranging from the mid-70s to low 80s Fahrenheit (mid-20s Celsius). It's considered the shoulder season, and you'll be able to avoid the crowds and higher prices of the peak summer months.

If you're looking for the best weather, June to August is also a great time to visit. The temperatures are a bit warmer, reaching the high 80s Fahrenheit (around 30 degrees Celsius), and you'll have longer daylight hours to enjoy the beaches and outdoor activities.

The winter months from December to February are considered the off-season in Maui, with fewer tourists and lower rates. However, it's also the rainy season, so be prepared for occasional showers and cooler temperatures, especially in the evenings and at higher elevations.

The Road to Hana is a breathtaking fan favorite in Maui, known for its stunning natural beauty. Stretching for approximately 52 miles, this scenic highway drive is a must-do for any visitor to the island.

The Road to Hana ushers you through rich rainforests, past plunging waterfalls, and along riveting coastal cliffs. The road itself is narrow and winding, with over 600 hairpin turns and 59 bridges, making it a thrilling adventure that showcases the island's diverse landscapes.

Along the journey, there are countless moments to stop and explore. You can hike to hidden waterfalls, swim in natural pools, and admire panoramic vistas. The journey also takes you through charming Hawaiian towns, where you can indulge in local cuisine and shop for unique souvenirs.

It is recommended to set aside a full day for the Road to Hana, as there is much to see and experience. Be sure to bring plenty of water, snacks, and sunscreen, as well as a camera to capture the awe-inspiring sights.

The Road to Hana is a truly unforgettable experience, showcasing the natural wonders of Maui. It is a must-visit highlight that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

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Best time to take a trip to Maui

A winter-phobe’s dream come true, Maui sports sea-level summer all year and sunny beaches both west and south. Even humpback whales take a Maui vacation December through April, playing offshore throughout the season. Bring a jacket for the top of chilly Haleakala.

Paradise is most peaceful – and most affordable – in early summer and fall. Or, time your Maui travel for a special event such as January’s golf-star-studded Tournament of Champions or April’s Hawaiian-culture Celebration of the Arts. June heats up with the renowned Maui Film Festival and Kapalua Wine & Food Festival. Halloween in Lahaina is an experience to remember.

Insider tips for Maui travel

Oneuli beach.

Rarely visited and better for meditating than swimming, this hidden foliage-lined beach has dark volcanic sand, a cinder-cone hill and a far-from-the-world feel.

Maui Crafts Guild

A local-artist owned and operated co-op in seaside Paia, the Guild is the right place to score handcrafted ceramics, prints, jewelry, textiles and other treasures.

Kanaio Coast

Reachable only by boat tour, this less-visited and remote coastal area hides deliciously creepy sea caves and secret snorkeling coves.

Kahanu Garden

Explore an oceanfront native-plant paradise surrounding a massive ancient Hawaiian temple mound. One of Maui’s secret gems, just off the highway in Hana.

Castaway Cafe

A “regular Joe” façade keeps this Island-style Kaanapali Beach poolside café from the swarms. A list of more than 500 wines makes it your immediate destination.

Things to do in Maui

Haleakala national park.

In case you never make it to Mars, the interior of this 10,000-foot volcano crater may do. Inside, an otherworldly landscape of cinder cones and strange plants unfolds.

Iao Valley State Park

Explore a serene Jurassic Park tropical setting just outside of Wailuku, also the scene of an epic battle in 1790 for control of Maui.

Kaanapali Beach

Maui’s most famous beach is both family friendly and babe-alicious. Find golden sand, gentle waves, exotic neighbor-island vistas and plenty of whales in winter.

Visit Maui’s most colorful and honky-tonk town. Once a whaling seaport, now chockfull of historic tidbits, tchotchke shops, art galleries and cafés.

Makena Beach

One of Maui’s best loved sunning beaches, Makena Beach (also known as Big Beach) offers an endless white-sand paradise unfettered by development.

Molokini Marine Preserve

Take snorkeling or scuba diving to psychedelic levels with a boat trip to Molokini, a semi-submerged volcanic crater marine sanctuary just off the coast.

Pipiwai Trail

A moderately easy 4-mile roundtrip trail through tropical rainforest, including groves of bamboo, and ending at the spectacular Waimoku Falls.

Road to Hana

Bust out the Dramamine and brave the curves on Maui’s legendary coastal drive to Hana, with dramatic ocean views, lush tropical landscapes and trickling waterfalls.

Upcountry Maui

Old-Hawaii cowboy meets New-Age yoga guru in the rustic and spring-fresh pasturelands of Upcountry. The wee town of Makawao is café and art-gallery perfect.

Whale watching

Thrill your friends with stories of up-close encounters with 45-foot humpback whales. Pacific Whale Foundation offers some of the best small-boat tours.

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OUTRIGGER Kaanapali Beach Resort

OUTRIGGER Kaanapali Beach Resort

Jul 19 - jul 26, denver (den) to kahului (ogg).

Reviewed on Dec 20, 2023

The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua

The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua

Reviewed on Jul 7, 2023

Aston at The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach

Aston at The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach

Reviewed on Mar 31, 2023

Wailea Beach Resort - Marriott, Maui

Wailea Beach Resort - Marriott, Maui

Jul 22 - jul 26, los angeles (lax) to kahului (ogg).

Reviewed on Nov 3, 2023

Aston Mahana at Kaanapali

Aston Mahana at Kaanapali

Reviewed on Jun 12, 2023

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A heaven-on-earth experience, Maui is an adventurer’s playground, with breathtaking sights, perfect beaches and warm alohas. 

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Maui is truly an enchanted paradise that thrills visitors with spectacular views, incredibly unique experiences, lush rainforests and white-, black- and red-sand beaches. This unforgettable island mixes the best of both worlds — a blend of a laid-back, small-town feel with island sophistication that delights adventure seekers, golf enthusiasts, spa lovers and families. Though the wildfire damage was devastating, Maui has mostly reopened for adventure, relaxation and dream vacations.

When you visit The Valley Isle, remember to malama (care for) the beauty of the island and its people with respectful and mindful travel. To malama Maui means so many things: It's about forming a deeper connection with the land. It's also about making a greater positive impact on the communities. When you slow down and give back, you not only leave a place better than you found it, you also walk away with a more enriching experience, too.

One of the most outstanding beaches in Maui, Makena Beach is a crowd-pleaser due to the more than half-mile wide stretch of golden sand and sparkling waters.

A volcanic atoll off Maui's south coast, Molokini Crater is a popular destination for snorkeling, diving and whale watching.

If you’re visiting the Valley Isle you simply cannot miss the opportunity to tour the world-famous Road to Hana, where every twist and turn has something amazing to see.

  • Makena Beach Slide 1 of 3: One of the most outstanding beaches in Maui, Makena Beach is a crowd-pleaser due to the more than half-mile wide stretch of golden sand and sparkling waters.
  • Molokini Crater Slide 2 of 3: A volcanic atoll off Maui's south coast, Molokini Crater is a popular destination for snorkeling, diving and whale watching.
  • Road to Hana Slide 3 of 3: If you’re visiting the Valley Isle you simply cannot miss the opportunity to tour the world-famous Road to Hana, where every twist and turn has something amazing to see.

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Stay: The Westin Maui Resort & Spa , Ka'anapali , for sunset views, comfy accommodations, cultural experiences and the 87,000-square-foot  pool playground with a splash zone and water slide.

Must See: Spectacular entertainment and a traditional luau feast on a  Royal Lahaina Luau  or when in season, watch whales on a thrilling  Maui Whale Watch Cruise . 

Don’t Miss: Kula and Surfing Goat Dairy, a 42-acre farm known for its award-winning cheeses or three miles of shopping, eating and snorkeling at Kaanapali Beach.

Do Try: Daily adventures at Westin’s Family Kids Club for for younger explorers, ages 4 - 12 years old.

Adults/Couples:

The Caldera in Santorini Greece

Stay: Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort , a charming oceanfront resort featuring sophisticated architecture and amenities.

Must See:  A bird's eye view of the island on the  Maui Spectacular Helicopter Tour , a 68-mile route of exploration and scenery via the  Road to Hana Adventure Tour , or wind down seaside with a world-class show aboard the  Maui Princess Dinner Cruise.

Don’t Miss:  Sunrise at Haleakalā or customizing your rejuvenation experience with ocean views at Heavenly Spa By Westin.

Do Try:  Tasting premium vodka at the Ocean Vodka Organic Farm and Distillery, an 80-acre farm.

This is just a taste of all you can see, do and try in Maui. Go ahead, start booking a vacation that fits your style perfectly with the freedom to choose from great hotels and exciting tours.

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There’s never a dull moment on Maui. Drive the Road to Hana to explore a lava tube, look out over a towering bluff to watch avid surfers ride huge waves, and soak up breathtaking vistas with trickling waterfalls. Watch the sunrise from atop Mount Haleakala. Snorkel or dive at Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve to spot dolphins or sea turtles.

With all these activities, it’s no wonder kids love Maui. Whether building sandcastles on a beach or discovering Hawaiian culture, kids are enthralled with a sense of awe at every turn. And, for adult fun, go on a high-altitude wine tasting at Hawaii's only commercial winery, Tedeschi Vineyards, sitting 2,000 feet above sea level, with expansive views of Maui's Central Valley and the West Maui Mountains. After a day of sightseeing, succumb to a lomilomi massage or renew your skin with a papaya facial at one of the island’s world-class spas.

Take a break from sightseeing to spend an afternoon shopping in the upscale Shops of Wailea, or visit locally owned restaurants, retail shops and other establishments to discover unique island treasures you won’t find anywhere else. Don’t forget to say a genuine aloha and mahalo to the friendly locals you meet — no one’s a stranger on Maui.

The natural charm of Maui sets the scene for top-notch dining. From food trucks and local fish houses to beach bars and fine dining — no matter where you are on the island, there’s a delicious meal waiting. Top off a beach day with a refreshing shaved ice cone. A Maui luau is a must-do. Indulge in buffet-style kalua pork, island fish dishes and coconut pudding, while enjoying romantic moments and incredible sunset views.

Our vacation packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to Kahului Airport (OGG). Nonstop Delta flights from Atlanta to Maui will be available starting on November 19, 2022. † Round-trip transfers between the airport and hotels are available for purchase.

Maui vacation packages include accommodations for any kind of getaway — from charming condominiums with all the comforts of home to high-end luxurious resorts, with every service or amenity any traveler could need. Bundle, book and save on an enchanting vacation to Maui.

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In Hawaii, we offer the National Premium Package, which lets you pre-register all your rental information online to expedite the rental process, so you can bypass the rental counter and go directly to your car. In addition, all insurance, taxes and surcharges are included. You have your choice of vehicles; up to five additional drivers are included at no extra charge.

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Make the most of your vacation by exploring Hawaii with a rental car from Alamo, Enterprise or National. See the sights, take the family out to dinner, and explore all this fabulous destination has to offer with the freedom of a rental car. 

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Maui is easily one of the most popular Hawaiian Islands, and our All-Inclusive Maui Vacation Package ensures you enjoy Maui the way it was meant to be enjoyed. This vacation is the perfect blend of adventure and relaxation…and don’t forget romance!  See for yourself why Maui is consistently voted one of the top vacation destinations in the world.

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Depart: Call for options Arrival: Maui, Hawaii (OGG)

11 MEALS

6 Breakfasts, 5 Dinners

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3 Activity Days

Day 1 Sunset Scenery At Kaanapali Beach Maui

For a limited time receive our FREE offer of one of the following:

  • “Romance In Paradise” Experience
  • A Complimentary Oceanside Lunch

Your Arrival to Hawaii Includes:

  • Round-Trip coach flight to Maui (Kahului Airport – OGG) can be added to your Package (select departure airports available.)
  • Flower Lei Greeting at the Kahului Airport
  • Maui Rental Car for Seven Days (Compact car -Kahului Airport pick-up.) One car per couple. Car upgrades available. Major credit card required.
  • Seven Days (6 nights) at your Maui hotel selection. (Resort/Hospitality fee not included).
  • Pre-Tipped Hotel Bellman Porterage (2 pieces per person)

The remainder of your day is open to relax, unwind and enjoy your beautiful resort.

*Ask about the free spa massage – (temporary offer).

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OUTRIGGER Ka’anapali Beach Resort

Royal lahaina resort & bungalows, sheraton maui resort.

Day 2 All Inclusive Luau oahu cast

  • Oceanfront Breakfast at Your Maui Resort.

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Hawaiian Luau – Enjoy this classic Hawaiian feast and show on the beach under the Maui stars. Open bar included.

Day 3 Windward Snorkel All Inclusive Hawaii Vacation

  • Oceanfront Breakfast at your Maui Resort.

Choose one of the following activities:

  • Road To Hana Nature Safari – Journey the breathtaking Road to Hana on this unforgettable day. Lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, panoramic vistas of the Pacific and more await you as you make your way to sleepy Hana Village. With 620 hairpin curves and 59 narrow bridges, let our knowledgeable guides do the driving on this one. (Add $50pp)
  • Rainforest Waterfall Hike – Explore the flora of a peaceful Hawaiian rainforest on this easy hike, and have a chance to swim under a waterfall.
  • Bike Down Haleakala – Be transported up the slopes of Haleakala and bike down 26 miles to Paia Town. Bike and helmet included. Must weigh under 280 lbs.
  • Zip Lining : 8-Line Adventure. Must be between 80 lbs – 260 lbs. Ages 10 and up.
  • Maui Pineapple Farm Eco-Tour + Maui Distillery Tour & Tasting – Visit a working pineapple farm in “upcountry” Maui. Pineapples and other merchandise available for purchase and shipping.
  • Surfboard Rental – Full Day
  • Stand-Up Paddleboard Rental – Full Day
  • Haleakala Sunrise Experience Tour – Experience the majesty of the rising sun over Haleakala Crater (add $20pp).

Sunset Beachside Dinner Fun atmosphere and great food.

Day 4 ALOHA Pearl Harbor

  • Maui Molokini Snorkel Excursion – Sail out to Molokini Crater, where you can snorkel in a flooded, extinct volcano crater. BBQ lunch provided on board.
  • Maui Whale Watching Sail (Seasonal- December 15 – April 15).
  • Rainforest Waterfall Hike – Explore the flora of a peaceful Hawaiian rainforest on this easy hike, and have a chance to swim under a waterfall.
  • Zip Lining : 8-Line Adventure. Must be between 80 lbs – 260 lbs. Ages 10 and up (add $38pp).

Oceanside Sunset Dinner   at a lively beachfront restaurant in Kaanapali.

Day 5 Waikiki Snorkel All Inclusive Hawaii

Beachfront Sunset Dinner – One of Maui’s most popular beachfront restaurants.

Day 6 Hawaiin Lei

Choose one of the following:

  • Sunset Dinner Cruise – Traditional dinner cruise with awesome scenery & good food (3 drinks included).
  • Sunset Dinner Sail – An exciting barefoot sail with awesome scenery, light buffet dinner & open bar.

Day 7 Hawaii Surf Lesson

11:00 am check-out time. Hotel will store your luggage, if needed.

Return rental car to Kahului Airport.

IMPORTANT TRIP INFORMATION:

  • Includes taxes & most gratuity for included vacation features, including dining tips.
  • Daily resort parking is not included.
  • All breakfasts are at your resort – however a short drive is required for dinners.
  • You may dine anytime during normal restaurant serving hours for breakfasts.
  • You may add or delete days from this package – Call for details & rates.

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Outrigger Ka'anapali Beach Resort

$3,815 per adult: Traditional Garden View Room

  • Located on Sundrenched Ka’anapali Beach in West Maui
  • Daily Complimentary Hawaiian Cultural Activities & Classes
  • Affordable Standard Rooms and Modern Premium Rooms Available

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$4,209 per adult: Tower Standard Room

  • One of Ka’anapali’s Original Beachfront Properties
  • Three Miles of Sun-Soaked Sand and Water
  • Classic Tower Rooms and Hip Bungalow Rooms Available

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Sheraton Maui Resort Aloha Hawaiian Vacations All Inclusive Hawaii Maui All Inclusive

$5,190 per adult: Resort View Room

  • Legendary Black Rock Location
  • Oceanfront Oasis
  • Voted “Hawaii’s Best Hotel”

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Maui, Hawaii, captivates visitors with its breathtaking landscape and endless attractions. This tropical paradise boasts pristine beaches, crystal-clear seas perfect for snorkeling, and stunning sunsets that will leave you in awe. Explore the surrounding islands, where you can indulge in traditional Hawaiian dancing and experience the thrill of surfing. Immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture by enjoying live music and shopping for souvenirs. Don't miss out on unforgettable excursions, whether it's hiking through lush rainforests or embarking on a thrilling helicopter ride over majestic waterfalls. Maui truly offers an all-inclusive vacation experience like no other.

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Top reasons for your vacation to Maui

  • Stunning Beaches : Maui offers pristine beaches with crystal-clear seas, perfect for activities like snorkeling, sailing, and boating.
  • Breathtaking Sunsets : Experience awe-inspiring sunsets that will leave you mesmerized and create unforgettable memories.
  • Explore Surrounding Islands : Venture out to the surrounding islands and indulge in traditional Hawaiian dancing and thrilling surfing experiences.
  • Vibrant Local Culture : Immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture by enjoying live music and shopping for souvenirs.
  • Unforgettable Excursions : Embark on unforgettable excursions, such as hiking through lush rainforests or taking a thrilling helicopter ride over majestic waterfalls.

Book a Package and Save Money on Your Maui Vacation

A travel package combines flights, hotels, and car rental in one convenient booking. It saves you time by finding everything you need in one place. Plus, it can help you save money by offering bundled discounts. Customize your package to fit your preferences and budget with Expedia's price and theme filters.

Booking an all-inclusive package for your vacation to Maui is the perfect idea. With its stunning beaches, crystal-clear seas, and opportunities for snorkeling, surfing, and dancing, Maui offers the ultimate tropical experience. Enjoy live music, breathtaking sunsets, and indulge in shopping and exciting excursions. Don't miss out on everything Maui has to offer!

How to Save Money on a Vacation to Maui

  • Combine your flights with hotels or car rentals to save money, especially in Maui.
  • Take advantage of Expedia's OneKey Program to collect points and save money on your all-inclusive vacation package to Maui.
  • Consider traveling during the low season in Maui, which is typically from April to July, for the most budget-friendly options.
  • Explore local transportation options such as buses or shuttles to get around Maui at a lower cost.
  • Save money on activities and sightseeing by researching and booking in advance, taking advantage of discounts and deals offered by Expedia's OneKey program.

Where to Stay in Maui

Maui offers a variety of vibrant neighborhoods for all-inclusive tourists. From the lively Lahaina with its live music and shopping to the laid-back Kihei known for its stunning beaches and snorkeling spots, there's something for everyone. Don't miss the charming town of Paia for its surfing culture or the breathtaking sunsets in Kaanapali.

  • Kihei : Experience the beauty of Maui's beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and vibrant marine life through snorkeling and swimming. Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of cafes, indulge in delicious dining options, and catch some waves while surfing. Kihei is the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun.
  • Hana : Get lost in the tranquility of Hana's beaches, surrounded by the sea. Embark on scenic hikes, witness stunning waterfalls, and enjoy the peacefulness of black sand beaches. Start your day with a mesmerizing sunrise and practice yoga in this romantic paradise.
  • Wailuku : With its family-friendly environment, Wailuku offers a blend of shopping, live music, and beach activities. Enjoy a variety of dining options, catch a show at the theater, and dance the night away. For an adventurous experience, try ziplining amidst the tropical scenery of the islands.

Explore the best places to visit in Maui

Maui is the ultimate destination for an all-inclusive package vacation. With its stunning beaches, crystal-clear seas, and incredible snorkeling opportunities, you'll be immersed in the beauty of the island. Don't miss the breathtaking sunsets, explore the surrounding islands, and experience the vibrant local atmosphere with dancing, live music, and surfing. Indulge in some retail therapy with shopping options galore, and don't forget to join exciting excursions to make the most of your Hawaiian getaway.

  • Kaanapali Beach : Experience the beauty of the sea, beach, and sunsets while enjoying activities like surfing, sailing, snorkeling, and boating in Kaanapali. Immerse yourself in the tropical atmosphere and admire the scenic views of the surrounding islands.
  • Napili Bay : This bay offers a unique experience with its pristine beach, clear sea, and stunning sunsets. Enjoy snorkeling, golfing, diving, and romantic excursions amidst the tropical paradise. Explore the islands and indulge in the beauty of nature.
  • Whalers Village : Located in Kaanapali, this shopping mall center provides a mix of beachside charm and luxury. Enjoy the beach, sea, and breathtaking sunsets while snorkeling or going on romantic excursions. Pamper yourself at the spa, indulge in tropical dining, and explore the islands at your leisure.

FAQs for all-inclusive vacation packages to Maui

What are some of the best neighborhoods for all-inclusive vacation packages that take you to maui.

To get the most out of all-inclusive Maui vacation packages, you'll need to book in the neighborhood that best fits what you're looking for whether it's relaxation, thrills, or a mix of both. Fortunately, you'll find plenty of variety available on Maui. West Maui is popular with travelers looking for luxury and convenience, while North Shore sports a more laid-back atmosphere with a charming local vibe.

How much do all-inclusive Maui vacation packages cost?

The cost of all-inclusive vacation packages to Maui varies based on several factors. The time of year you visit can play a major role in price, as can the rating of your hotel and the timing of your flight. With all this in mind, you can still find prices as low as $882.

Are there Maui all-inclusive honeymoon packages available?

Yes, quite a few Maui all-inclusive honeymoon packages are available that let you enjoy a romantic getaway with your partner in one of Hawaii's premier destinations. These stays tend to prioritize comfort and relaxation, taking full advantage of the island's natural beauty. At Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort , for example, you and your partner can enjoy a full-service spa with 10 treatment rooms, several types of massages, and other special services for couples.

What are Maui all-inclusive family resorts like?

When you book Maui all-inclusive family resorts, you'll find amenities and features for adults and kids alike. The Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea offers several perks like babysitting services, soundproofed rooms, a children's pool, and an arcade. Meanwhile, Fairmont Kea Lani Maui offers a kids pool, a waterslide, and babysitting services.

Are there Hawaiian all-inclusive resorts with airfare?

Booking Hawaii all-inclusive resorts with airfare is fairly common for travelers to Maui and beyond in 2024 who are looking to save on their travel. You may want to book your flight jointly with your accommodation because package deals can lead to additional savings you may miss out on otherwise. In fact, you'll find savings of up to 26 depending on the kind of package you opt for.

What are Kahului all-inclusive resorts like?

When you book Kahului all-inclusive resorts, you'll find yourself in the middle of the island's largest city with a variety of attractions to enjoy, including shopping opportunities and cultural sites. Maui Seaside Hotel , for example, puts you just a few minutes away from Queen Ka'ahumanu Center and the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.

Why book Expedia all-inclusive vacations?

Booking Expedia all-inclusive vacations makes the planning process easy by letting you set your hotel and flight jointly. Plus, package deals can come with savings of up to 26 depending on what you opt for. Don't forget to try out the search filters as well that make it easy to narrow down your results.

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Hyatt’s best hotels in Maui

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Maui is a popular Hawaiian vacation destination for a reason. The island boasts beautiful beaches, year-round warm weather, welcoming locals and a rich culture to learn about and experience during your trip. But it’s also a very expensive island to visit, with hotel rooms averaging more than $550 per night before taxes and fees in the first quarter of 2024, according to data from Hawaii Tourism Authority.

If you’re looking to book a Maui vacation without breaking your budget, below we dive into the best hotel on Maui to book with points, including the best hotels on Maui for families and for guests looking for a luxury stay.

Hyatt has a relatively small footprint on Maui, with only four hotels on the island: the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort, Hana-Maui Resort, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, and the Hyatt Vacation Club at Ka’anapali Beach. Still, these are great options to use Hyatt points.

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Best overall Hyatt hotel on Maui: Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort

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View from the balcony of an ocean view room at the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort. (Photo courtesy of Josh Garber)

On 15 acres of beachfront in Wailea, the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort is a beautifully designed luxury property.

The hotel features five pools (including an adult tranquility pool for guests 18 and older), a spa and four on-site restaurants. Be sure to check out the Feast at Mōkapu Lu'au, an oceanfront luau that takes place at the hotel on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday nights.

Rooms at the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort start at 35,000 Hyatt points per night.

Best Hyatt hotel for families: Hyatt Vacation Club at Ka’anapali Beach

For families visiting Maui and looking to use Hyatt points, the Hyatt Vacation Club at Ka’anapali Beach is your best bet. The Hyatt Vacation Club at Ka’anapali Beach has a number of family-friendly options, including a children’s area of the pool, a small in-hotel market where you can shop for snacks and sandwiches, and rooms with full kitchens.

Rooms at the Hyatt Vacation Club at Ka’anapali Beach start at 25,000 Hyatt points per night.

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Earn 30,000 Bonus Points after you spend $3,000 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening. Plus, up to 30,000 More Bonus Points by earning 2 Bonus Points total per $1 spent in the first 6 months from account opening on purchases that normally earn 1 Bonus Point, on up to $15,000 spent.

60,000 Bonus Points after you spend $5,000 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening.

• 4 points per $1 at Hyatt hotels and resorts.

• 2 points per $1 on dining, airline tickets purchased directly from the airline, gym memberships, and local transit and commuting.

• 1 point per $1 on all other eligible purchases.

• 2 points per $1 in your top three spend categories each quarter through Dec. 31, 2024, then your top two categories each quarter.

• 2 points per $1 on fitness club and gym memberships.

• Earn one free night on each cardmember anniversary to redeem at any Category 1-4 World of Hyatt property.

• World of Hyatt Discoverist status .

• Earn five elite night credits when you get the card, and two additional elite night credits for every $5,000 spent.

• Earn up to a $100 Hyatt statement credit on your cardmember anniversary.

• World of Hyatt Discoverist status.

• Earn a rebate of 10% of points (up to 200,000 points) redeemed after reaching $50,000 in annual spend.

• Earn five elite night credits for every $10,000 spent.

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Marriott has the largest hotel footprint on Maui, with 10 hotels throughout the island. Given all the options, here's which Marriott Maui property to stay at if you’re booking with points.

Best Marriott hotel in Maui: The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Ka'anapali

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Ka’anapali Beach on Maui. (Photo courtesy of Josh Garber)

Located beachfront on Ka’anapali Beach on Maui, The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Ka’anapali is a great hotel for couples, families and even solo travelers.

While you could easily spend your entire stay on the property (taking advantage of the pool, spa, restaurants and beach right in front of the hotel), the hotel is right next to Whalers Village, an outdoor shopping mall that includes local shops and restaurants, including Monkeypod, Hula Grill and Leilani’s on the Beach.

Rooms at The Westin Maui Resort & Spa, Ka'anapali start at 64,000 points per night.

» Learn more: The 10 best Marriott hotels in Hawaii

Best Marriott hotel for a luxury experience: The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua

The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua is a 54-acre resort overlooking the Pacific Ocean with amenities that include two 18-hole championship golf courses, six distinctive restaurants and a spa with treatments inspired by ancient Hawaiian traditions.

Rooms at The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua start at 84,000 points per night.

Best Marriott hotel for families: The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North

For family trips on Marriott points, check out The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North.

All rooms at this hotel feature either a full kitchen or kitchenette, which can come in handy if you have hungry kids who just need a quick snack (or if you’d like to save money from dining out). The hotel also offers one- and two-bedroom villas, which can be a great option for families that would like a bit more space and privacy.

The hotel has a separate children’s pool and a cultural center for families wanting to learn more about local traditions and history.

Rooms at The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North start at 70,000 points per night.

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Earn 30,000 Bonus Points after spending $1,000 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening with the Marriott Bonvoy Bold® Credit Card.

Earn 3 Free Night Awards (each night valued up to 50,000 points) after spending $3,000 on purchases in your first 3 months from account opening with the Marriott Bonvoy Boundless® Credit Card!

Earn 85,000 Bonus Points after you spend $4,000 in purchases in your first 3 months from your account opening.

Earn 95,000 Marriott Bonvoy bonus points after you use your new Card to make $6,000 in purchases within the first 6 months of Card Membership. Terms Apply.

• 3 points per $1 at participating Marriott Bonvoy hotels.

• 2 points per $1 on other travel purchases (such as airfare, taxis and trains).

• 6 points per $1 at participating Marriott Bonvoy hotels.

• 3 points per $1 on up to $6,000 a year in combined purchases on grocery stores, gas stations and dining.

• 2 points per $1 on all other eligible purchases.

• 4 points per $1 on up to $15,000 a year in combined purchases at grocery stores and on dining.

• 3 points per $1 at restaurants worldwide and on flights booked directly with airlines.

Terms apply.

• 15 Elite Night Credits annually , qualifying you for Silver Elite Status

• Free Night Award (valued up to 35,000 points) every year after account anniversary.

• 15 Elite Night Credits annually , qualifying you for Silver Elite status, plus path to Gold Status when you spend $35,000 on purchases each calendar year.

• 1 Elite Night Credit toward Elite Status for every $5,000 you spend.

• Free Night Award (valued up to 50,000 points) after spending $15,000 in a calendar year.

• Gold Elite status , plus 15 Elite Night credits each year toward Platinum Elite status.

• 1,000 points per paid eligible stay booked directly with Marriott Bonvoy at participating properties. Terms apply.

• Free Night Award (valued up to 85,000 points) every year after your account renewal month.

• Platinum Elite Status and 25 Elite Night credits per year.

• Fee credit for either Global Entry or TSA Precheck .

• Priority Pass Select lounge membership (enrollment required).

• Up to $300 in statement credits per calendar year (up to $25 per month) for eligible purchases at restaurants worldwide.

• Terms apply.

Similar to Hyatt, Hilton also has a small footprint on Maui with only four hotels (although Hilton is opening a fifth hotel in June 2025).

If you’re looking to book a Hilton hotel with points on Maui, the Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort has the honor of not only being the best overall hotel to book on Maui with points, but also being the best luxury hotel and family hotel.

Best overall Hilton points on Maui: Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort

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Palm trees and green grass at the Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort. (Photo courtesy of Josh Garber)

The Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort is a massive property, sitting on 40 acres with 844 rooms (of which 57 are suites and 50 are villas) that range in size from 640 square feet to 1,300 square feet. The hotel is perhaps best known for its Wailea Canyon Activity Pool, which is actually a collection of nine pools spanning 25,700 square feet that are connected by waterslides and a lazy river.

The Wailea Canyon Activity Pool is enough to make the Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort the best resort for families (and arguably the best hotel for families on the entire island of Maui).

Not only does the pool feature a lazy river and waterslides connecting the nine pools mentioned earlier, but it also features a Tarzan pool with rope swing, six waterfalls, caves, a sand “baby” beach and a swim-up bar for parents who need some time away from the kids. If you or your kids are more adventurous, you can enjoy the Lava Tube Slide, a three-story waterslide with 360-degree turns where you can reach speeds as fast as 22 miles per hour.

The hotel also offers a Grand Passport for kids. During check-in, children are given a passport that maps and lists all educational and cultural activities on the island to keep them engaged during their stay.

After a day at the pool, be sure to make reservations for dinner at Humuhumunukunukuāpuaʻa, the hotel’s signature beachfront restaurant that specializes in seafood.

Rooms at the Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort start at 110,000 Hilton points per night.

» Learn more: Grand Wailea review — luxury in Maui

While Hilton does have another luxury option on Maui, Ho’olei Villas at Grand Wailea, rooms at that hotel will set you back around 574,000 points per night. Given that you can stay at the Grand Wailea for 110,000 points per night, the Grand Wailea wins as the best Hilton points hotel on Maui for a luxury experience.

Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card

Earn 130,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points plus a Free Night Reward after you spend $3,000 in purchases on the Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card in the first 6 months of Card Membership. Offer Ends 7/31/2024. Terms apply.

Earn 130,000 Hilton Honors Bonus Points after you spend $6,000 in purchases on the Hilton Honors Business Card within the first six months of Card Membership.

Earn 80,000 Membership Rewards® Points after you spend $8,000 on eligible purchases on your new Card in your first 6 months of Card Membership. Terms Apply.

Earn 150,000 Membership Rewards® points after you spend $20,000 in eligible purchases on the Card within the first 3 months of Card Membership. Terms Apply.

• 12 points per $1 on eligible purchases with a hotel or resort within the Hilton portfolio.

• 6 points per $1 at U.S. restaurants, U.S. supermarkets and U.S. gas stations.

• 4 points per $1 on U.S. online retail purchases.

• 3 points per $1 on all other eligible purchases.

• 5 points per $1 on other purchases made using the Hilton Honors Business Card on the first $100,000 in purchases each calendar year, 3 points per $1 thereafter.

• 5 points per $1 on flights booked directly with airlines or with American Express Travel, on up to $500,000 spent per year.

• 5 points per $1 on prepaid hotels booked with American Express Travel.

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Hawaii Travel Guide

Last Updated: April 15, 2024

A stunning beach in Hawaii

Hawai’i is a post-card-perfect group of islands located 2,500 miles off the west coast of mainland USA.

It’s a popular getaway for surfers, honeymooners, hikers, and anyone looking to slow down and enjoy the slower pace of island life. The beauty of Hawai’i lies in the land (or Aina ), people, and indigenous culture. As a visitor, it’s essential to understand Hawai’i’s complex and painful history and, as with all places, treat this place with an abundance of respect.

With several islands to choose from, Hawai’i has something for every traveler. From the surfing on O’ahu, to the wonders of Maui, to the beauty of Honolulu, to the hidden gems on Lana’i, Hawai’i is a boundless tropical escape. There are beautiful beaches, amazing jungles, stunning waterfalls, excellent diving, and world-class waves.

I love the relaxed atmosphere, the fresh tropical fruit and delicious seafood, and the endless supply of outdoor activities. Hawai’i is the paradise you think it will be. Owing to its Asian and Polynesian roots, Hawai’i offers an intriguing balance of feeling like you’re in a foreign land while also being in the United States . It’s a balance between the three that makes Hawai’i feel like a cultural waystation.

This travel guide to Hawai’i can help you plan an affordable and enjoyable trip — no matter what island you choose!

Table of Contents

  • Things to See and Do
  • Typical Costs
  • Suggested Budget
  • Money-Saving Tips
  • Where to Stay
  • How to Get Around
  • How to Stay Safe
  • Best Places to Book Your Trip
  • Related Blogs on Hawai’i

Top 5 Things to See and Do in Hawai’i

Panoramic view of skyscrapers and mountains in Honolulu, Hawaii.

1. Visit Pearl Harbor

The Japanese attack on the American navy in Pearl Harbor brought the United States into World War II in 1941. The Pearl Harbor National Memorial on O’ahu is centered around the wreckage of the USS Arizona, the bombed ship that marks the resting place of 1,102 marines and sailors. To see the sunken ship and visit the memorial built over top of it, you’ll need to take a scheduled ferry that requires advance reservations at a $1 fee. Book these early as they fill up fast and lines for a day-of ticket can be hours long. Admission to the memorial, visitors center, and museums is free.

2. Explore Hawai’I Volcanoes National Park

The Big Island is home to two of the worl’’s largest volcanoes, including the very active Kilauea (also known as the home of fire goddess Pele and very sacred to Native Hawaiians). It’s one of the most active volcanoes on Earth, and you can see its glow at night from the Halema’umau crater. Don’t miss N?huku, or the Thurston lava tube (a cave formed by lava that you can explore 24 hours a day) near the parking lot. The Chain of Craters is a scenic drive as it passes by several historic and active eruption sites. Just be sure to check the daily report on the condition of the road beforehand as it is frequently covered in ash. The national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve in recognition of its unique natural value. Admission is $30 USD per vehicle, which gives you access to the park for 7 days. I suggest you start your visit at the Kilauea visitor center for a map, updates on the conditions of the day, and a schedule for guided tours.

3. Explore Honolulu

Honolulu, which means “sheltered harbor” in Hawaiian, is the state’s capital and largest city. It offers a unique blend of Asian, Hawaiian, and American cultures, making it a great foodie city, with tons of cheap noodle joints and fresh seafood places. If you’re in town for First Friday (the first Friday of the month), you can join one of the many street parties all over Chinatown. While based in Honolulu, hike Diamond Head, visit the historic Iolani Palace, stroll the cool Kaka’ako district, and hang out on the beach. Just avoid Waikiki, where the beach is man-made, overpriced, and the tourist crowds are overwhelming. If you’re ready to get out of the city Honolulu is a great base to take day trips out of and enjoy the scenic drives to the North Shore for a surf or to spot whales and through central Oahu for more vistas and to visit farms like the Dole pineapple plantation.

4. Stargaze at Mauna Kea

This dormant volcano is Hawai’’’s highest peak at 13,796 feet (4,207 meters), technically the world’s tallest mountain (just half of it is underwater) and a sacred site for native Hawaiians. It is over 1 million years old, and last erupted 4,000-6,000 years ago. Mauna Kea boasts a number of observatory domes that are home to the greatest collection of telescopes in the world, including one which played a big role in capturing the first image of a supermassive black hole in 2019. Stop at the visitor center to stargaze through the telescopes there or attend a free stargazing session held once a month. If you want to reach the summit, you must either rent a vehicle with 4WD or join a tour .

5. Go snorkeling or diving

Other things to see and do in hawai’i, 1. explore the waipi’o valley.

The lush wilderness of the Waipi’o Valley (Big Island) was once home to Hawaiian kings. Today, it’s covered with taro fields. Waipi’o is named for the river that cuts between the valley walls, giving way to waterfalls until eventually flowing into the ocean at a black sand beach. There are many trails here, but the main hike down into the valley takes you to the black sand beach and back up again. It’s 6.5 miles (10 kilometers) and strenuous but worth it.

2. Night dive with manta rays

On the Big Island, take a sunset cruise along the Kona coast to the Manta Ray Village. Here, you can swim with giant manta rays — some of which measure 18 feet (5.5 meters) in length and weigh up to 1,600 pounds (725 kilograms)! It’s one of the best spots in the world to swim with mantas. The manta rays feed off the phytoplankton and zooplankton, and they appear to glow underwater due to bioluminescence. Snorkel tours start at $115 USD while single-tank night dives start at $149 USD.

3. Go on a helicopter tour

For a birds-eye view of the islands in all their scenic beauty, take a helicopter tour. Fly over the lush rainforests and stark volcanic landscapes and admire the turquoise ocean from above. They aren’t cheap but they make for a fun once-in-a-lifetime experience to splash out on. Rides are usually 45-60 minutes long and focus on a single island. Kaua’i, O’ahu, Moloka’i and the Big Island all have incredible scenery to soak up. Helicopter tour prices start at $250USD per person. Paradise Helicopters and Blue Hawaiian are two of the biggest and longest-running tour operators. You can also do a scenic flight in a small plane with AirVentures for $155 USD.

4. Experience Merrie Monarch Week

The world’s biggest hula competition goes down in Hilo annually and is a week-long celebration of Hawaiian arts, language and culture. It’s named in honor of King David Kalakaua who revived hula and other art forms during his reign in the 1800’s when many were near extinction earned him the nickname “The Merry Monarch”. The festival is split between non-competitive events like fairs, markets and concerts around town which are free to attend, and the main hula competition where the top halau (schools) and individuals from all over the Pacific and even the mainland US battle for titles. It all ends in a huge royal parade around Hilo town. Tickets for the competition start at $10 and require a bit of work to get – you’ll have to mail a ticket request and your payment to the festival office before December for the April event, just like it has been for decades.

5. Hike the Waimea Canyon and Napali Coast

If you want to see why they call Kaua’i “The Garden Isle,” hike one of the many trails along the west side of the island. The trails are well marked and offer spectacular views of the canyon and coast as well as interesting tropical plants. Walk the 1.8-mile canyon trail in Waimea Canyon Park for breathtaking views along the canyon’s rim and end up at the Waipio’o Falls. North of the canyon,the Kalalau Trail is considered the most beautiful hike in Hawai’i, with 22 miles (35 kilometers) of trails across valleys, streams, and coastline. To do the entire trail, you’ll need to apply for a camping permit for Ha’ena State Park. Permits are $35 USD per person per day. Only 60 permits are given out per day and they get snatched up fast (reservations go up 90 days in advance). You can also get a day-use pass for the park which grants you access to a 6-hour parking time slot ($10 per timeslot plus $5 entry/person, with limited parking available). If that’s sold out, you have to take the shuttle which costs $40 USD but includes park entry.

6. Check out the Bishop Museum

The Bishop Museum on O’ahu is a Polynesian anthropological institute that showcases Hawai’i’s cultural art and artifacts. You could easily kill 3-4 hours here – it’s the largest museum in Hawai’i and home to the world’s largest collection of Polynesian artifacts. The Hawaiian Hall covers Hawaiian mythology (it has a stunning interior with beautiful wooden architecture). There’s also a science center for children and a planetarium with exhibits about early Hawaiians navigating the Pacific Ocean using the stars, and more recent work on astronomy on the islands. Admission is $33.95 USD. If you want to visit the planetarium, tickets are an additional $3 with your admission to the museum.

7. Go river tubing in Kaua’i

On Kaua’i, you can go backcountry river-tubing. You’ll drive through abandoned sugar cane plantations into the lush forests of the interior and then float down a series of canals in an old irrigation system from the 19th century. You’ll catch views of Mt. Wai’ale’ale, the second highest mountain on Kaua’i before you even get into the water. As you travel down the river, you pass through dark tunnels and lush rainforest landscapes. The entire journey will take three hours as you float for 2.5 miles. The day ends with a picnic and a chance to enjoy one of the islands natural swimming spots. Kaua’i Backcountry Adventures offer tours starting from $156 USD and last around three hours. Drinks and lunch are included.

8. Drive the scenic road to Hana

If you’re on Maui, driving the winding road to Hana is a must. It’s a twisty, hairpin-turn journey along the coast with lots of scenic viewpoints,waterfalls, hiking trails, and food stalls. Make sure you stop at the Oheo Gulch and spend time hiking the Pipiwai Trail to the 400-foot (121-meter) Waimoku Falls. It’s just a four-mile (6.5-kilometer) trek and you get to see some massive banyan trees along the way. You can either start early in the day and give yourself 8-9 hours to cover a few stops, or stay a night or two in Hana to break up the drive (if you’re self-driving). Tours with experienced drivers and guides are also available to book if you prefer to sit back and sight-see. (For another scenic drive, check out the Kahekili Highway. It’s less busy, has hairpin turns, and has plenty of sights to see too (such as the Nakalele Blowhole).)

9. Tour a coffee plantation

Hawai’i is one of the few places in the USA where coffee is grown. For an in-depth coffee plantation tour, head to the Kuaiwi Farm in Kona on Big Island. You’ll learn all about the coffee process from beginning to end, as well as how a variety of other organic staples are grown, including cacao, pineapples, and bananas. Tours are $35 USD and include samples. Several other farms like Hala Tree and Kona Coffee Living History Farm offer different tours and tasting experiences that start at $20.. There’s even a 10-day annual coffee festival in Kona every November featuring music and dance performances, a cupping competition, farm experiences and more to celebrate the island’s long and unique coffee culture.

10. Learn to surf

Surfing is huge in Hawai’i. O’ahu North Shore is especially popular with surfers of all levels and major competitions are often held here. November through February is considered big wave season on the North Shore and is a great place to see the pros. Beginners will want to start on the South Shore where the waves aren’t quite so large. If you want to learn how to surf, sign up for some classes (or even a multi-day surf camp). Group classes are generally around $100 USD . North Shore O’ahu Surf School has some great instructors and offers private classes for both beginners and advanced surfers. You can expect to pay $200 for a two-hour lesson. You can find surfboard rentals around the islands for around $25-40 USD per day or $125-150 USD per week.

11. See the sunrise at Haleakala

Haleakala is a 10,023-foot (3,055-meter) dormant volcano on Maui offering one of the most spectacular sunrises you’ll ever see. It’s really, really cold at the top (bring gloves and a hat) and the drive up is precarious but the views over Maui at the top are worth it. You can also do the challenging 12-mile (19-kilometer) volcano hike across flower farms, pine forests, and pebbly volcanic landscapes. It’s super easy to do on your own, however, tours are also available (they last 9 hours and start at $220 USD). If you’re traveling from the mainland, do this on one of your first days as your jetlag will work in your favor so you can wake up early with ease.

12. Hike Diamond Head

Located on the eastern end of Waikiki, Diamond Head is O’ahu’s most famous landmark. This dormant volcano and its extinct crater were created during a volcanic eruption over 300,000 years ago. You can hike to the scenic lookout point at the top for panoramic views over Honolulu. The trail is just .8 miles (1.2 kilometers) long, but it’s incredibly steep, so wear your most comfortable shoes. The hike is so popular that you’ll want to start as early in the morning as possible (before the busloads of tourists show up). It’s just $5 USD to visit and parking is $10 USD per vehicle, but you must make reservations (you can reserve up to 14 days in advance).

13. Hike the Ka’iwa Ridge

This hike is better known as the Lanikai Pillbox Trail because you’ll hike by military observation stations from the 1940s (they’re not actually pillboxes as they were never used for defensive purposes). It’s a moderately steep, 1.8-mile (2.9-kilometer) hike that takes you to the ridge overlooking the crystal blue waters of Lanikai and Kailua beaches. There’s no shade so it’s best to do this hike in the early morning or late afternoon. While Diamond Head may be more convenient if you’re staying in Waikiki, the drive out to this hike is well worth it.

14. Hit the beach

It’s hard to find a bad beach to hang out on in Hawai’i. Most of them have powder-white sands, swaying palm trees, and epic sunsets. Check out Papakolea Beach/Green Sand Beach (Big Island), Kailua Beach (O’ahu), Ala Moana Beach Park (O’ahu), Makena Beach (Maui), Hanalei Beach (Kaua’i), Polihua Beach (Lana’i), and Kaanapali Beach (Maui), to name a few. There’s so much stunning coastline in Hawai’i and you can often just pull your car over and relax on any random beach without it getting too overcrowded.

15. See Hilo

Hilo is the busiest town on Big Island and its historic downtown area is chock full of galleries, museums, shops, and restaurants. Spend a few hours at the ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center or the Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art for regular exhibitions. The Hilo Brewing Company has a tasting room for craft beer fans to try out their brews made on site and serves cocktails too. One of the town’s must-see highlights is the Farmer’s Market, which is open seven days a week but there are especially large markets every Wednesday and Saturday. You’ll find everything from fresh fruit to smoothies to handmade jewelry here, and there are often musicians and street performers too. Be sure to walk around the Liliuokalani Gardens and enjoy its Japanese rock gardens and pagodas (admission is free). Also, don’t miss Two Ladies Kitchen, which has some of the best and freshest mochi (Japanese rice cake) you’ll find outside of Japan.

16. Explore Lana’i

Known as Pineapple Island, Lana’i is the 6th smallest island in Hawai’i. It’s also the smallest publicly accessible inhabited island too (just over 3,000 people live here). The island is a 45-minute ferry from Maui and is home to beautiful beaches, scenic nature trails (Munro and Naha are two popular trails), and a couple of golf courses. It’s a relaxing place to get away for a day or two if you want to avoid the crowds. Consider renting a 4×4 jeep or hiking the Kealia Kapu-Kaunolu Village Heritage Trail. If you’re visiting on a day trip, take the first ferry in and the last one out to maximize your time.

17. Visit Moloka’i

This is the 5th smallest island and arguably the “most” Hawai’ian as it’s home to the highest number of native Hawai’ians per capita. With only 8,000 people here, it has a very rural feel and is very different from the tourist hubs of the larger islands. Located just north of Maui, it’s a short flight or ferry ride away – some people even take day trips to the island from Maui or Lanai. Don’t miss Kepuhi Beach, a popular spot to swim and surf and the famous hot bread from Kanemitsu Bakery. If you stay a few days the Halawa Valley guided hike and cultural tour is a must to get to know this sacred heart of the island with its cascading waterfalls, dramatic cliffs and astonishing views over black sand beaches.

Hawai’i Travel Costs

People lounging on the beach with palm trees in the background in Hawaii.

Hostel and camping prices – A bed in a 4-6-bed dorm costs $50-70 USD per night. For a room with 8 beds or more, expect to pay around $50-60 USD. Private rooms with a shared bathroom start around $100 USD per night. Free Wi-Fi is standard and many hostels also include free breakfast, free shuttles to the beach, and free tours. Prices don’t vary much throughout the year.

Hawai’i also has lots of campgrounds. To stay at any of Hawai’i’s state parks (camping.ehawaii.gov), apply for a permit ($30 USD per night for non-residents for a campsite that can accommodate 4 people) at least a month in advance. Otherwise, you might not get a spot.

You can also find private campgrounds for as little as $10 USD per person. Some people recommend wild camping on beaches for free, but this isn’t actually allowed in most places due to the delicate environment. Plus, it’s too easy to wander onto sacred grounds, which is a big no-no.

Budget hotel prices – Hotel prices vary depending on where you are. Expect higher prices in the more touristy areas of Hawai’i, especially along Waikiki Beach and around Maui. Nightly rates for a budget two-star hotel room start at about $165 – 200 USD for places in Waikiki and Maui and go up from there. You can find rooms for $150-175 USD if you stick to the less touristy areas.

There are lots of Airbnb options around Hawai’i. Private rooms start at $70-90 USD per night while an entire home or apartment start at $150-200 USD per night. Expect to pay double if you don’t book well in advance.

Note : There are strict laws around short-term rentals in Hawai’i and each island has its own rules. Be mindful of this when booking.

Food – Hawai’ian food is a mix of Polynesian and mainland US influences, with other Asian influences (especially Japanese) thrown into the mix as well. Seafood is the main staple, with tuna, mahi-mahi, and wahoo being some of the most popular offerings. Pork and chicken are common as well (especially Kalua pig, which is slow-roasted pork cooked underground).

Poke (diced or cubed raw fish) is one of the most popular dishes as it mixes well with all kinds of fresh salads. Of course, you can also find numerous Spam dishes here as well. Spam was served to soldiers in World War II, owing to its long shelf life and the fact it didn’t need to be refrigerated. It evolved into a cultural staple from there.

For food on the go, hot dogs cost around $6 USD. A meal of poke or a hearty salad from a deli costs about $11 USD while a half-chicken is $10 USD. A classic Spam musubi starts at $3 USD. Drop by a 7-11 for a similar experience to a Japanese konbini with Hawai’ian delicacies.

You can find plates of chicken, rice, and salad (what locals call a “plate lunch”) for $10-15 USD. A big plate of garlic shrimp costs $15 USD. Vegetarian dishes cost about the same. Buffets on the islands start at $25 USD.

Fast food (think McDonald’s) costs $13 USD for a combo meal. A piña colada or wine costs $12-16 USD while a beer costs $8-12 USD. For a latte or cappuccino, expect to pay around $6 USD. Bottled water costs $2.50 USD.

At a typical sit-down restaurant serving Hawai’ian food, a main course starts at $30 USD for seafood or steak while pasta or vegetarian is only slightly cheaper at $20 USD for a dish. Burgers are $16-19 USD and soup and salad starters are about $12 USD.

A main dish at a Chinese takeout restaurant costs $12-14 USD while the same at a Thai place costs $15-17 USD.

If you have a bigger budget, a whole prix-fixe menu with three courses costs at least $50 USD, while a luau costs between $120-200 USD.

If you cook your own food, expect to pay $75-80 USD per week for groceries that include pasta, vegetables, chicken, and other basic staples. You can save money if you shop at discount stores such as Cost-U-Less (Big Island and Kaua’i), Don Quijote (O’ahu), and Big Save (Kaua’i), which offer reasonable prices for food and alcohol.

Backpacking Hawai’i Suggested Budgets

If you’re backpacking Hawai’i, plan on spending around $85 USD per day. On this budget, you can stay in a hostel dorm, cook all of your meals, do free activities like hiking and walking tours, limit your drinking, and take public transportation to get around.

On a mid-range budget of $255 USD per day, you can stay in a private hostel room or Airbnb, eat out for most meals out at inexpensive restaurants serving traditional cuisine, do some surfing or diving, have a few drinks at the bar, and take the occasional taxi.

On a “luxury” budget of $490 USD per day, you can stay in a hotel, eat out at nicer restaurants and have some drinks, take private guided tours, snorkel or dive, rent a car to get around, and do as many activities and excursions as you want. This is just the ground floor for luxury though. The sky is the limit!

Hawai’i Travel Guide: Money-Saving Tips

Hawai’i is expensive. It’s a tourism hotspot, most of its food is imported, and there’s a LOT to see and do. But if you want to lower your costs, here are some ways to save money in Hawai’i:

  • Pick an Island – On a budget, it’s unlikely you can realistically spend time on more than one or two islands in one trip. Inter-island flights can get expensive and there are only ferries between Maui-Lanai and Maui-Molokai, so you might need want to prioritize.
  • Stay at Maui’s Banana Bungalow for free tours – The Banana Bungalow on Maui runs daily free tours, covering most of the island’s highlights. Cut costs by staying here.
  • Travel off-season – Traveling during low seasons (mid-April to mid-June and mid-September to mid-December) can save you money on lodging and flights. Prices are usually about 20-30% cheaper.
  • Buy local – Due to high import costs, many products and groceries can be expensive. Instead, take advantage of the plethora of local produce and goods. A great way to find them is at farmers’ markets all across the islands. Not only do they sell fresh produce to cook at your hostel, but many local food purveyors also set up shop so you can stock up on pre-made meals. Check these websites for different market options.
  • Visit the discount groceries – Discount stores such as Cost-U-Less (Big Island and Kaua’i), Don Quijote (O’ahu) and Big Save (Kaua’i) offer inexpensive food and alcohol. Note that locally-grown produce is significantly cheaper than imported stuff, so stock up on local food as much as possible.
  • Redeem hotel points – Be sure to sign up for hotel credit cards before you go and use those points when you travel. Many of the nice resorts here are owned by big hotel chains where you can stay for free with points.
  • Stay with a local – If you’re on a tight budget, stay with a local via Couchsurfing . You’ll not only get free accommodation but you’ll get access to an insider who can share their tips and advice with you.
  • Rent a bike – If you’re on O’ahu, download the Biki app to access the island’s bike-sharing platform. Single rides start at $4.50 USD, a one-day pass with unlimited 30-minute rides is $12 USD, and a 300-minute pass is $30 USD.
  • Be smart with your car rental – If you want to rent a car just for a few hours, the Hui Car Share app has vehicles available in many tourist hot spots for an hourly rate. It may be cheaper than a full-day rental depending on your needs. Prices start at $12 USD per hour or $125 USD per day, which includes gas.
  • Skip the taxis – Uber and Lyft are cheaper than taxis and are the best way to get around a city if you don’t want to take a bus or pay for a taxi. The shared/pool option (where you share a ride with other people) offers even better savings.
  • Get a Go Oahu pass – This discount pass offers discounts to over 40 O’ahu attractions. Passes are available from 2-7 days, starting at $184 USD for a two-day pass. There is also a pass that lets you choose between three and seven attractions. That pass starts at $159 for three choices. If you’re seeing a lot of attractions covered by the pass, the pass will end up saving you money.
  • Take a free walking tour – I love free walking tours. They’re a great way to get oriented and see the major sights without breaking the bank. Try the tour of Honolulu with Hawaii Free Tours. Just be sure to tip your guide at the end!
  • Bring a reusable water bottle – The tap water here is generally safe to drink so skip the bottled water. You’ll save money and reduce your environmental footprint. LifeStraw makes a reusable bottle with a built-in filter that ensures your water is always clean.

Where to Stay in Hawai’i

Hawai’i has lots of hostels. Here are my recommended places to stay in Hawai’i:

  • The Beach Boutique Hostel (O’ahu)
  • Banana Bungalow (Maui)
  • Aloha Surf Hostel (Maui)
  • My Hawaiian Hostel (Big Island)

How to Get Around Hawai’i

People walking down the street under palm trees in Honolulu, Hawaii.

How you get around Hawai’i depends on which islands you’re visiting. Some islands (like Maui and O’ahu) have better infrastructure for getting around compared to places like Kaua’i.

Bus – Buses are the only public transportation option in Hawai’i (though Lana’i and Moloka’i do not have buses). O’ahu has the most extensive transit system, with decent coverage and frequent buses. It’s simply called The Bus, and a single ride fare is $3 USD, which includes 2.5 hours of unlimited free transfers.

Your daily fare will be capped at $7.50 USD providing you have a HOLO Card, which you can get for a one-time fee of $2 USD at transit centers, supermarkets, and convenience stores around the island. The bus company’s official website is terrible for trip planning so you’re better off using Google Maps.

Maui Bus, Kauai Bus, and Hele-On Bus (Big Island) also operate island-wide, with prices starting at $2 USD and daily passes costing $4-5 USD. Again, none of these websites are very user-friendly so use Google Maps to plot your route.

Flying – Flying is the main (and often only) way to travel between the islands. Flights are generally cheap, quick, and super casual (most of the time, you don’t even get assigned seats). Hawai’i’s domestic airlines are Hawaiian Airlines and Mokulele Airlines. Southwest also has some flights between islands as well.

Flights are generally affordable. For example, one-way flights from Maui to Honolulu start around $60USD while Kaua’i to Maui is $60-90 USD. Honolulu to Hilo (Big Island) also start around $60USD.

Car Rental – While not usually the cheapest option, having a car in Hawai’i is the best way to get around. Prices start from about $50 USD per day (if you rent for a week or more). For shorter rentals, expect to pay $65 USD or more per day. For the best rental car deals, use Discover Cars .

Ferry – You can only take a ferry between Maui and Lana’i. Everywhere else, you’ll need to fly. The ferry is about $30 USD each way. You can reserve a ticket on go-lanai.com.

Taxis – Taxis are expensive. Everything is meter-based and starts around $3.50 USD and then costs an additional $3 USD per mile. Skip the taxis if you can!

Ridesharing – Uber and Lyft are cheaper than taxis and are the best way to get around a city if you don’t want to take a bus or pay for a taxi. They’re available on most of the islands.

When to Go to Hawai’i

Peak season in Hawai’i starts in the middle of December and lasts until the end of March/mid-April, as that is when mainland Americans are trying to escape the colder winter months. The average daily temperature during this time is 78°F (26°C).

Traveling during low seasons (mid-April to mid-June/mid-September to mid-December) offers nice weather and fewer crowds (and slightly cheaper prices). The average daytime summer temperature is 85°F (29°C).

It’s always hot and sunny here so there’s never really a bad time to visit! Ocean temperatures are great for swimming and other water activities all year.

Advanced surfers will want to spend the winter months (November – April) in the north shores of the islands for the big, awe-inspiring waves that have made Hawaii a surfer’s ultimate test. In the summer (May – October) the inverse is true, with calmer waves all around but bigger swells on the south shores, typically.

There are a variety of events throughout the year, so if you have specific interests keep an eye on those. Both the Hawai’i International Film Festival and the Hawai’i Food & Wine Festival happen every October. The Prince Lot Hula Competition happens in July and the Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival happens in November. Check out the tourism website (gohawaii.com) to see a full list of events throughout the year.

How to Stay Safe in Hawai’i

Hawai’i is a safe place to visit. Violent attacks are rare and tend to be confined to certain areas of Honolulu (specifically where drug and gang violence are a problem). As a general rule, however, avoid walking alone late at night in the city.

You may encounter petty crime, like theft, so keep your valuables secure. The islands are notorious for car break-ins so make sure yours is always locked. Never leave any valuables in your vehicle overnight.

Heed any warnings or alerts about severe weather or volcanic eruptions (although they’re rare). Always check the weather before you go hiking and stay on the trails.

Look out for warning signs and notice boards on roads, hiking trails, by rivers and streams and at beaches to alert you of possible dangers or restrictions. Don’t ignore them!

If you’re not a strong swimmer, stay out of the ocean or at least stick to beaches where a lifeguard is present. NEVER swim alone — the rip tides here are strong.

Above all: respect the land. Much of Hawai’i is considered sacred. You will show enormous disrespect if you trespass onto any sacred, private property, or litter anywhere on the islands. Do NOT do it.

Bring a refillable water bottle and skip single-use plastics like straws and cutlery. Plastic bags are banned so be sure to bring a reusable tote for groceries or shopping.

Lastly, the Hawaiian sun can be very intense so respect it and your skin by making sure you wear ample sunscreen. All sunscreen must be reef safe to protect the habitat. This local brand works well and is safe for kids too.

Solo female travelers are generally safe but should follow standard safety cautions. For more specific information, there are a number of great solo female travel blogs on the web. They can give you advice and tips that I can’t.

If you experience an emergency, dial 911 for assistance.

Always trust your gut instinct. Make copies of your personal documents, including your passport and ID. Forward your itinerary along to loved ones, so they’ll know where you are.

The most important piece of advice I can offer is to purchase good travel insurance. Travel insurance protects you against illness, injury, theft, and cancellations. It’s comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong. I never go on a trip without it as I’ve had to use it many times in the past. You can use the widget below to find the policy right for you:

Hawaii Travel Guide: The Best Booking Resources

These are my favorite companies to use when I travel. They consistently have the best deals, offer world-class customer service and great value, and overall, are better than their competitors. They are the companies I use the most and are always the starting point in my search for travel deals.

  • Skyscanner – Skyscanner is my favorite flight search engine. They search small websites and budget airlines that larger search sites tend to miss. They are hands down the number one place to start.
  • Hostelworld – This is the best hostel accommodation site out there with the largest inventory, best search interface, and widest availability.
  • Booking.com – The best all around booking site that constantly provides the cheapest and lowest rates. They have the widest selection of budget accommodation. In all my tests, they’ve always had the cheapest rates out of all the booking websites.
  • Get Your Guide – Get Your Guide is a huge online marketplace for tours and excursions. They have tons of tour options available in cities all around the world, including everything from cooking classes, walking tours, street art lessons, and more!
  • SafetyWing – Safety Wing offers convenient and affordable plans tailored to digital nomads and long-term travelers. They have cheap monthly plans, great customer service, and an easy-to-use claims process that makes it perfect for those on the road.
  • LifeStraw – My go-to company for reusable water bottles with built-in filters so you can ensure your drinking water is always clean and safe.
  • Unbound Merino – They make lightweight, durable, easy-to-clean travel clothing.
  • Top Travel Credit Cards – Points are the best way to cut down travel expenses. Here’s my favorite point earning credit cards so you can get free travel!

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