In this specific season, the COVID has made you change the way you used to live. Your dynamics are not and cannot be the same anymore. You spend more time at home, the border between work and time for you is more and more blurred, to get out for a run or to the gym in the morning, for your coffee, to the bar after work or to visit your family or friends on the weekends seems to be out of your reach. Cheer up, this won’t last forever, and you can always focus on the positive and beautiful things in life and what better than to plan your next vacation in Maui!
According to official information from Hawaii, Maui, also known as the Valley Island, is the second largest. And thanks to its beautiful and world-famous beaches where you can enjoy impressive beaches to sunbathe, swim, snorkel, dive and surf. Please get to know the sacred Iao Valley, the whale watching season in Maui during its migration (during the winter months), the organic cuisine, the magnificent sunrises and sunsets from Haleakala. You can be sure that you will have an unforgettable experience and travel the legendary Road to Hana, one of the world’s most impressive roads.
When is the best time of the year to travel to Maui? Hey, it’s Maui; any time of the year is lovely to visit. Its average temperature is 24°C to 29°C. The summer is warmer and drier and covers the months between April and November, while the winter, between December and March, is a little cooler. The trade winds keep the climate pleasant throughout the year. The western side (leeward) is usually drier, and the eastern side (windward) is more humid.
Most Maui resorts and hotels are located on West Maui and South Maui in Kapalua, Kaanapali, Lahaina, and Wailea. There is also the Travaasa Hana on East Maui.
To move around Maui, the best thing to do is rent a car so you can drive around on your own. Finding the perfect rental car for your trip, whether you want a small car, a Jeep, or an SUV, will allow you to stop at the places that interest you the most, but if you prefer to do the route with a tour, you can also do it.
The whale watching season in Maui starts in December and ends in May. The most active months for whale watching are between January and early April. NOAA experts say that thousands of humpback whales travel great distances during their seasonal migration, with some animals migrating 5,000 miles between high-latitude summer feeding grounds and winter mating and calving areas in tropical waters. In the North Pacific, some humpback whales migrate from Alaska to Hawaii to mate and give birth in tropical waters. They can complete the 3,000 mile trip in as few as 36 days. While calving, they prefer shallow, warm waters, commonly near offshore reef systems or shores.
So pack a light jacket or thin sweater for the evenings, or a thicker jacket if you plan to visit Haleakala. Bring some casual or resort wear if you plan to experience the nightlife and book your Maui trip now!