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What is the Best Place to Travel in Hawaii?

As summer approaches, many people see this as the best time to visit Hawaii; but with so many options, how do you choose the best place to travel in Hawaii?

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Are you ready to travel somewhere unforgettable? There are many places around the globe that offer amazing opportunities to create some magnificent memories. The idea is to find that one place that is calling you.

If you asked a great majority of individuals over the last few decades, they will tell you that such a place is Hawaii.

Does this sound like you? Is Hawaii a destination that you have always wanted to visit?


Deciding the Best Place to Travel in Hawaii

While the idea is great, booking the trip may seem a bit daunting. Think about it – there are eight islands that make up the great state of Hawaii.


How do you even know where to begin when booking your Hawaiian vacation? Which is the best place to travel in Hawaii?

This is a very popular question. So, to help you out, we are just going to tell you.


You are going to want to visit Maui. And, here’s why.


Why Maui?

As we said,  you have a choice when it comes to traveling to Hawaii. Unless you are wanting to do a long, island-hopping vacation, choosing a destination that has everything you want may be more enjoyable. And Maui has it all.

Ask yourself this: What am I looking for on my Hawaiian vacation?

  • Are you going because you want to see the landscape?
  • Is it because you’d love to immerse yourself in the culture?
  • Are you interested in simply relaxing on a gorgeous beach?

Your reason doesn’t matter because you will find it all on Maui, which is why it is one of our favorite places to travel to in Hawaii.

This island wasn’t voted the “Best Island In the World” 16 times by Conde Nast Traveler Magazine for nothing!


4 Parts of Maui

One of the reasons Maui is the best place to travel in Hawaii is due to its variety of options. It is the part of Hawaii that can offer you any experience that you want.

1. Western Maui

Here, you will find vibrant communities that have been visited by many tourists over the years. There is a resort area, small towns, and more. You will be able to indulge in delicious dining, shopping, and soak up breathtaking sunsets.

2. South Maui

This is where you want to head to sneak away and relax. Find yourself a spot on the beach and get lost. This area has some resorts but is not as bustling as western Maui is.

3. Upcountry

This is a part of Maui that offers a look at some amazing historical landscapes. With rolling hills and mountains, here is where you will see the heart of Maui – and Hawaiian cowboys, farmland, and more.

4. Eastern Maui

Head here for the lusciously green views that will surpass anything you have seen thus far in life. Rainforests, waterfalls, and exotic beaches will take your breath away.


Beautiful Hawaiian Sunset in Maui - The Early Air Way


Things to Do in Maui

When you travel to Maui, you are likely prepared to spend a lot of time outdoors. After all, there are so many adventures awaiting you here.

  • Head to the beach. The island is surrounded by beaches and each offer something different. Depending on what you are looking to do, you will find the perfect beach for you. You can relax in the sand and let your senses take everything in.
  • Hit the water. Go surfing (or take a lesson), snorkeling, scuba diving, bodysurfing, windsurfing, or simply swimming.
  • Go horseback riding or hiking.
  • Visit local farms in the upcountry.
  • Visit Haleakala National Park. The home of the dormant volcano can not only allow you to experience the best sunrise, but the views of the craters, streams, and so forth are amazing.
  • Attend a luau.
  • Zipline over the rainforest while enjoying the views of at least one waterfall.
  • Spend a morning on the green and go golfing.
  • Make the drive to Hana. Its magnificent – and not to be missed.

Of course, if you need a break from outdoors, you can always enjoy some shopping and dining – maybe even a spa day – around the resort areas. You will also find some gems in the more remote areas, too.


Need-To-Know Maui Travel Tips

1. It can take a while to get around the island

The roads are few and the traffic is not bad, but the distance from one part of the island to the other can take some time. Just be prepared. You may want to invest in a rental car so you can experience everything Maui has to offer.

2. Use “reef safe” sunscreen

Be a polite tourist. Don’t travel to see some magical wonders and damage it by your poor choices. This sunscreen is simply one that has an active ingredient of non-nano Zinc oxide or non-nano Titanium dioxide. Here is a list of a some popular, reef safe, sunscreen options:

3. Maui can be expensive

However, it is really only as expensive as you make it. If you think about it, a lot of the food and products sold have to be first shipped to Hawaii. This alone is going to affect the cost of goods. The real expense, though, comes when visiting the resort areas. The following will be much pricier in the resort areas:

  • Dining
  • Shopping
  • Attractions, and so forth

If you are looking to budget your vacation – head to other areas of the island. Not only will you save money, but you will get a chance to experience a real Maui culture. And, well that is pretty important, right?

4. Direct flights to Maui can be hard to find.

To save yourself time and aggravation when traveling to Maui, choose a private jet charter to get you to Hawaii. Depending on where you are staying, you will be able to choose from 3 airports (rather than only the main airport).

  • This gets you closer to your destination. And, it gets you started on your vacation sooner!



Of course, every island of Hawaii is beyond incredible, but the best place to travel in Hawaii is Maui (at least, in our opinions!).

Check out each of the 4 locations of Maui and take it all in!

Well now that you know where you are traveling, and how you are getting there,all that is left to do is pack your bags! Aloha!


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