The Hawaiian island of Maui is one of the most sterling tropical getaway destinations in the U.S. With premier attractions, welcoming locals, and a seemingly endless list of events, festivals, and concerts, it’s easy to see why so many vacationers flock to Maui. During the winter and into spring, there’s no lack of excitement on the island – plan your visit today.
Your number one destination within Maui should be Lahaina, which yields unmatched views of the Pacific Ocean, and offers quick access to a host of nearby must-see sites. You might fly into the Lahaina Kapalua Airport, and Downtown Lahaina offers up plenty to see and do for all members of the family. Just to the east of downtown you can check out the Iao Valley State Monument or the Maui Ocean Center. These attractions are excellent at any time of the year, but are particularly vibrant during the fall and winter.
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Go Hiking or Biking at Haleakala National Park
Located on the east side on the Island of Maui, this 33,265-acre park is filled with exciting things to do. Although the main purpose of establishing the park was to preserve the features of Haleakala Crater, throughout the years, visitors have turned this into a popular hiking, biking, and camping destination. One could spend all day simply enjoying the pools and scenic beauty of Kipahulu, located within the park.
Take a Boat Ride out to Molokini Crater
Take a day cruise out the Alalakeiki Channel and go scuba diving, bird-watching, snorkeling, or even scuba inside the Molokini Crater. This breathtaking 23-acre crescent-shaped Island Preserve is located off the shores of Maui and is a deep volcanic crater. While visiting the island, you will see a multitude of seabirds, marine species, over 100 species of algae, and 38 species of coral.
Tour the Maui Ocean Center
Check out the largest reef in the western hemisphere when you visit the Maui Ocean Center. Located in the town of Lahaina, this three-acre aquarium and marine science center is open to scuba divers and allows you to swim with sharks, stingrays, and tropical reef fish during the Shark Dive Maui experience. Exhibits include the Living Reef, Turtle Lagoon, Hammerhead Harbor, Tide Pool, and Sea Jelly Gallery.