The 5 Best Places to Stay in, Maui is a relatively large island (land area of 735 square miles, 48 miles long and 26 miles wide; the second largest Hawaiian island). 온라인카지노
It can take some time to get from one end of the island to the other. To make the most of your time
and have a pleasant experience, choose your lodging area based on your interests and planned activities.
The best way to get around the island is to rent a car. Driving on Maui is scenic and enjoyable;
most roads are wide and open, with no heavy traffic or freeways. If you intend to drive the Road to Hana,
avoid getting a large car because the roads become quite narrow and twisty near Hana.
MAUI (LAHAINA, KA’ANAPALI, KAPALUA, NAPILI, HONOLUA) WEST/NORTHWEST
This region is well-known for its beautiful beaches and luxurious resorts.
West Maui has some of the best snorkeling spots for swimming with Honu (Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles). Lahaina Town is a must-see;
enjoy local cuisine, art galleries, and boutique shops on Front Street. Don’t forget to stop by Foodland and sample their delectable poke.
-MAUI SOUTH (KIHEI, WAILEA)
Condos, beaches, and getting around the island are the best options.
Wailea has luxury resorts and is generally less crowded than Ka’anapali (to the west).
Kihei is located north of Wailea and has many condos for those who prefer to stay in them, which are less expensive than those in the west.
Both Kihei and Wailea have good family beaches. Many people prefer to stay in this area because it is convenient to other parts of the island.
CORNER MAUI (KAHULUI, WAILUKU)
The Maui Arts & Cultural Center, food trucks, and shopping are the best.
When looking for convenience, stay in central Maui. In this area are the Kahului Airport, Costco (with food trucks in the parking across) 카지노사이트
Target, shopping centers, and numerous food trucks. Boutique stores, art galleries, restaurants, and cafes can be found on Market Street in Wailuku’s historic center.
To find farm stands with fresh produce, food trucks, and vendors selling locally made crafts, jewelry,
arts, and clothing, visit the weekly Maui Swap Meet.
-EAST MAUI (AHEAD OF THE HANA HIGHWAY; PAIA, HAIKU) /NORTH SHORE
Best for: experiencing local life, beaches, scenic viewpoints, and waterfalls
Paia is a relaxed surf town with a “old Hawaii” vibe. It’s a relaxing place to spend a day browsing boutique shops, art galleries, and dining at local eateries and cafes.
It’s the unofficial starting/ending point of the “Road to Hana.” Haiku is a charming little town (about 20 minutes from Paia)
where you can see how the locals live (stay at a bnb). Stop at Ho’okipa Lookout for a breathtaking view of the shoreline and Honu (Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles).
Hana Highway is home to numerous scenic viewpoints and waterfalls.
-MAUI UPCOUNTRY (KULA, HALEAKALA)
The best place to get away from it all, mountains, pastures, and Haleakala National Park
Away from the beaches and tourists, this is a completely different side of Maui. Visit the Kula Saturday Farmer’s Market for fresh and organic produce 카지노 블로그
farm stands selling local foods and baked goods, crafts, plants, and other items. Sunrise/sunset
at Haleakala is an unforgettable experience! In this case, staying at an Airbnb is the best option.