If you have always dreamed of heading to the Hawaiian Islands, Maui is certainly a destination to tick off the bucket list. It is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, with a population of less than 200,000, and is given the nickname of the ‘Valley Isle’ due to its positioning between two huge mountains.

Each year, Maui receives approximately 2.5 million tourists each year and is known by many as the playground of the wealthy thanks to its luxurious hotels, boutiques, and restaurants – so you may need to dig deep. With that said, it is much more laid-back than the bustling nearby island of Oahu.

Maui is perhaps best-known for its stunning white sand beaches, which make the perfect spot for soaking up the sun or partaking in exciting water sports. While the west coast may be dry and desolate, the east coast is where your vision of Hawaiian paradise will come to life. On the east coast, you’ll also come across an array of striking waterfalls (some of which are up to 40 feet high!) that you’re free to climb at your leisure if you’re feeling brave. By taking your journey by foot, you’ll travel through lush jungles and alongside streams, so be sure to pack some comfy walking shoes.

If you’re up for even more adventures (and you’re renting a car) be sure to travel the Hana Highway. The 60-mile stretch features 620 curves and 59 bridges, so the ride is set to be breathtaking, to say the least. This isn’t just any road trip through. You’ll saunter through rainforests and enjoy the silence of nature, as well as snapping some cool selfies with wildlife. If getting close to the natural world is truly your thing, we’d highly recommend visiting Turtle Town – one of the island’s most popular snorkelling spots. Located along the south shore, you’ll have the chance to dive into the ocean and mingle with marine life – including Hawaiian green sea turtles.

What is the currency in Maui?

The national currency in Maui is the U.S dollar.

How long does it take to fly to Maui?

It takes approximately 17 hours and 52 minutes to fly from London to Maui.

What is the time difference in Maui?

GMT + 11 hours.

When is the best time to visit Maui?

The best time to visit Maui is during the spring months of April, May, or June. The weather is warm but comfortable, the island is less crowded and you may even be able to get a cheaper deal on flights and accommodation.

What language is spoken in Maui?

The native languages in Maui are Hawaiian and English.


Planning a trip to the Maui is a thrilling chance to dive into the wonders and unique qualities that make that place so special to you. Whether it's a peaceful beach, a vibrant city, a tranquil countryside, or a stunning mountain range, Maui has its own charm and invites you to uncover its hidden gems.

Perhaps it's the vibrant energy of the Maui that draws you in, offering endless possibilities for exploration. Or maybe you're drawn to the tranquility of nature, seeking solace in the peaceful embrace of mountains, forests, or beaches. So pack your bags, set out on your journey, and let the magic of Maui unfold before you.

Ultimately, exploring holidays at Maui is about more than just sightseeing—it's about connecting with a place on a deeper level, creating lasting memories, and nourishing your soul with experiences that will stay with you long after you've returned home.

Immerse yourself in the cultural wonders that Maui has to offer. There's no shortage of experiences to deepen your connection to the rich tapestry of traditions and heritage that make Maui special. Engaging with local communities will further enrich your appreciation for the unique history and charm of the area.

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Sitting on the breath-taking shores of Maui and set amongst tropical gardens, the Palms at Wailea offers a Hawaiian getaway complete with luxurious accommodations and facilities.


Maui has a sub-tropical climate with a hot and humid season lasting between July to October, with average temperatures rising above 30 degrees Celsius. From December to April is Maui’s cooler season, with temperatures ranging between a relatively mild 18 degrees to 27 degrees.

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