Winter in Maui is a delightful time to visit, offering warm days, fewer crowds, and the chance to witness humpback whales migrating to the island. 

Haleakala National Park

Witness the sun rise from the summit of Haleakala, a dormant volcano towering above the clouds. Hike into the crater or bike down the slopes for an unforgettable experience.

Road to Hana

Take a scenic drive along the winding Road to Hana, stopping at waterfalls, secluded beaches, and charming towns like Paia. Hike through the Pipiwai Trail to reach the stunning Iao Valley.

Molokini Crater

Snorkel or scuba dive in the crystal-clear waters of Molokini Crater, a partially submerged volcanic cone teeming with marine life.

Napili & Kapalua Beaches

Relax on the pristine white sand beaches of Napili and Kapalua, perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and stand-up paddle boarding. 

Iao Valley

Immerse yourself in the lush rainforest of Iao Valley, a sacred site for Hawaiians. Hike through bamboo forests, visit the Kepaniwai Park waterfalls.

Whale Watching

Embark on a whale watching tour and witness the majestic humpback whales breaching and playing in the ocean off Maui's coast.

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