With its sundrenched beaches and majestic landscapes, Maui continues to rank high among the most popular tourist destinations worldwide. Whether you're craving some heart-pounding adventure or looking for a little romance, Maui offers something special for everyone.
Often referred to as the "Magic Isle," Maui provides an array of local entertainment well suited for the discerning traveler. Maui, which happens to be the second largest Hawaiian Island, is also home to several luxury hotels and resorts, which just so happen to offer some of the best things to do in Maui.
Whether staying on the east or west side of the island, Maui offers numerous hotels and resorts from which to enjoy the locale's beautiful scenery. The Four Seasons Maui is located on the southwestern coast and features the driest and sunniest spot on the island, while the Napili Kai Beach Resort is just a forty-minute drive from Maui's main airport. Wherever you stay, sandy beaches and lush scenery awaits.
With all of the activities Maui has to offer, make sure to schedule some R&R. The Spa at Black Rock ensures you're sitting pretty with the use of all-natural products and treatments. If staying at the Fairmont Kea Lani, enjoy aromatic treatments made from ingredients found on Hawaii's Big Island.
Golfing options on Maui are endless. Tee-off on some of the world's most beautiful green with the tranquility of the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop. Most of Maui's resorts feature access to pristine, championship-worthy courses, so make an afternoon of it, enjoy the scenery, grab some lunch, and play a few rounds.
Taste the flavors of the islands, fresh seafood and regional fare, at some of the best dining establishments on the island. Head to Nick's Fishmarket Maui, one of Maui's premier seafood restaurants, or Leilani's, an open-air eatery on the beachwalk in Whaler's Village fronting Kaanapali Beach.