Here are a few of our most popular Kahului (Maui) resorts:
Located just steps from Whaler's Village where you'll discover upscale dining, shops, and plenty of entertainment.
Ideally located in beautiful Kāʻanapali Beach and showcasing three swimming pools, a spa, a bar, an ice cream parlor, and an oceanfront signature restaurant.
Set upon 40 oceanfront acres on Maui’s Ka’anapali Beach, enjoy Hawaiian hospitality, a traditional lu’au, access to oceanfront golf, and a beachfront spa.
Things to do in Maui
Premium Cocktail Sunset Dinner CruiseThe romantic Sunset Dinner Cruise departs Ma'alaea Harbor. You will cruise along the scenic Pali coastline in the lee of the west Maui Mountains. Guests enjoy bountiful spread of delicious cuisine displayed, buffet style, in the sheltered main cabin. Live, contemporary music provided an acoustic guitarist, also providing the vocals. Tour provided by Worldstar
Zipline Canopy TourHarness up and zip Costa Rican style from tree to tree. Soar through the canopy of giant eucalyptus trees while enjoying seven different zipline runs entwined with multiple aerial deck transfers, tree-to-tree suspension bridges, and unsurpassed views of the Pacific Ocean and Maui's verdant North Shore. Tour provided by Worldstar
Morning Snorkel TourCome aboard our 55-foot power catamaran and lets cruise three miles off the shores of Maui to an ancient volcanic cinder cone called Molokini. Now a world-class dive location and a Marine Life Conservation District Seabird Sanctuary, Molokini is known for its colorful sea life and clear water. Tour provided by Worldstar
Kahului (Maui) is full of things to do. Here are our favorites:
- Hit the road and tour the spectacular views on Hana Highway.
- Catch some waves on the breathtaking shores of Kaanapali Beach.
- Dive deep with a snorkeling adventure, or zoom above it all on a zipline tour.
- Grab dinner and a scenic show on with a laid-back sunset cruise.
- Scope out historic sites and local favorites in valley towns.
- Brush up on your backswing at a top-rated golf course.
- Take an off-roading adventure through Lanai’s Garden of the Gods.
Additional information on Kahului (Maui):
A Southwest Vacations® package to Kahului (Maui) should include tours and activities that give you an opportunity to see every angle of this dazzling destination. You can pick from helicopter tours, superb snorkeling spots, national parks, gorgeous beaches, top-class golf courses, the Maui Ocean Center and so much more. It’s everything you need to take a trip from good to spectacular.
And Kahului (Maui) provides the idyllic spot for every type of traveler. Families with children will discover wonders offered in few other places on earth, from sea creatures to exotic wildlife. Couples looking for a honeymoon or anniversary getaway are about to discover one of the most romantic places on earth. We highly recommend a candlelight dinner on the beach, followed by a moonlit stroll.
Maui vacation FAQ
What is the best month to go to Maui?
Maui is a perfect beach destination year-round, however, many visitors prefer to vacation here during April through May and September through November due to lower rates and less crowds than in the summer and winter seasons.
How much does the average trip to Maui cost?
A vacation to Maui for one week usually costs around $1,500 for one person.
What is the cheapest month to go to Maui?
Generally, the low or shoulder seasons of April through May and September through November are the cheapest times to vacation in Maui.
What is the cheapest way to vacation in Maui?
There are a few ways to vacation on a budget in Maui: book a Southwest Vacations package that bundles flight and hotel to save and simplify your travel plans, visit during the low seasons, bring your own snorkel gear rather than renting.