Plan Your Trip
Maui has many places to explore! The island is full of great beaches for swimming and surfing as well as a multitude of other activities.
Haleakala National Park
Witnessing the sunrise from the summit of Haleakala is an incredible experience. Even if you're not an early riser, you can still enjoy the hiking and biking trails of this national park.
From November through April, humpback whales make the long journey to the Hawaiian islands and the majority of them come to Maui. A whale watching tour is a great way to see these amazing animals!
Maui Ocean Center
A state-of-the-art marine park where visitors can see the largest collection of live coral in the nation, along with Hawaiian green sea turtles, sharks, rays and more – while also learning about Hawaii’s natural history and cultural heritage.
There are a variety of dining options in the Kaanapali area or beyond for any type of budget. Be sure to check the Aloha Book for savings on many of these restaurants:
- Cilantro Café - Lahaina, 808-667-5444
- David Paul's Island Grill - Lahaina, 808-622-3000
- Hula Grill - Kaanapali, 808-667-6636
- Kimo's - Lahaina, 808-667-5466
- Leilani's - Whalers Village, 808-661-4495
- Lu Lu's Fish House - Kihei 808-879-9944
The Maui Invitational - November 21-23, 2011
The Maui Invitational hosts one of the nation’s premier early season college basketball tournaments. This year the tournament takes places November 11-23 at the Lahaina Civic Center.
Kahului (OGG) is Maui's main airport. There are smaller airports with limited service in West Maui (Kapalua) and in East Maui (Hana). Kaanapali is located about 29 miles north-west of Kahului airport. There is ferry service to Lanai and Molokai. Rent a car at Kahului airport and enjoy exploring the island!