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A hopping night life , picture perfect bays with ideal snorkeling, and adventures from mountain to sea make West Maui the most popular region on the island.
When the buzz and bustle of Lahaina’s nightlife and Kaanapali’s resorts have run their course, head south to Kihei, Wailea, and Makena for a laid-back, local vibe, high-end shopping , and a playground filled with many of Maui’s top beaches.
Central Maui is more than the place your plane lands when you arrive in Maui. Boasting lush Iao Valley, quaint Wailuku, and epic helicopter tours to Hana, Molokai, and the West Maui Mountains, this region offers some of the best entry points for experiencing Maui’s world-renowned natural beauty.
The North Shore is Maui’s gateway to its tropical rainforests and The Road To Hana. Peppered with charming country towns, world-class wind-surfing, and thrilling hiking and zipline adventures, The North Shore is the spot to ramp-up or relax your vacation while exploring the island.
Upcountry Maui, which includes Haleakala Crater, Kula, and Makawao, offers visitors a “cooler” slice of paradise. Head Upcountry for rustic adventures in small towns and big mountains.
East Maui offers some of the most breathtaking scenery on Earth. The road to Hana ushers you through idyllic waterfalls, thick jungle canopies, moss-covered bridges, and panoramic views of Maui’s enchanted windward coast.