“The Valley Isle”

The second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui is known for its diverse landscapes and idyllic beaches. It boasts a unique combination of volcanic terrain, lush rainforests, and long, sandy coastlines. Popular for its scenic Road to Hana, Haleakalā National Park, and world-renowned beaches like Wailea and Kaanapali, Maui is a true Polynesian paradise.


We are absolutely heartbroken by the devastation caused by the August 2023 wildfires across Maui. The island is home to a strong and resilient local community and we have no doubt that the restaurants, shops, and other businesses in Lahaina will return in the coming years.

In the meantime, the unaffected regions of Maui rely on tourism and need your support. Respectful visitors to Maui will always be welcomed with aloha. So show your support by planning a visit.

Support Maui’s Recovery

The Hawai‘i Community Foundation has activated the Maui Strong Fund to support residents affected by the Maui wildfires. For donations to the Maui Strong Fund at HCF, visit https://www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/maui-strong.

The Ultimate Guide to Maui

The everything guide for first-time visitors to Maui! Start here to plan your visit.


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