The Holoholo Guide to Maui
You’re not a tourist, so why visit the Neighbor Islands like one? We bring you a local’s guide to experiencing the best Maui has to offer—from food to outdoor adventures to the latest talk of the town.
No trip to Maui would be complete without a visit to Haleakalā.
Photo: Rolland Allan Photography
Maui is regularly voted “Best Island in the World” by travel magazines. But, within Hawai‘i, local folks may not be convinced. Kaua‘i is prettier, they counter. Moloka‘i is more genuine. O‘ahu offers more action. The Big Island has an active volcano! What’s so great about the Valley Isle? Take a long weekend, dive deep into Maui’s heart and prepare to be dazzled.
What to Bring
A JACKET AND SOCKS.
Temperatures drop as you ascend the mountain. If you plan to explore Haleakalā, prepare for a wide range of weather.
FRANKO DIVE MAP OF MAUI.
This waterproof, rip-proof map details every beach, surf break and dive spot in Maui County.
Hassle-free check-in and awesome aerial views
If you’re staying on the West Side or in Hāna, skip the rental car and fly direct on Mokulele Airlines. Views from the low-flying, nine-seat Cessnas are outstanding. Added bonus: hassle-free check-in at the commuter terminal. mokuleleairlines.com