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Holiday Letting Price Information in Maui
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. The most expensive dates to travel to Maui are in February (09/02 - 16/02). Holiday letting prices go down to £200 per night in August (31/08 - 07/09).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Maui
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Maui. The week with the highest booking rate is in December (22/12 - 29/12). Only 15 of the rentals are still available. It is easier to find a rental in a week of July (27/07 - 03/08), as only 17% of the accommodations are booked.
The weather in Maui
The above is a climate diagram for Maui. August is the warmest month in Maui with average maximum temperatures of 32°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 18° in February. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is October.
Maui Holiday Lettings: Be At Home In The United States
The gorgeous island of Maui in the state of Hawaii is known for its incredible golden beaches, diverse landscape and days filled with sunshine. Outdoor adventurers include opportunities to hike, surf and snorkel. Spend a breathtaking holiday at one of the many Maui holiday homes available to you in this magnificent region, and take your pick from exciting adventures versus relaxing beach days. A holiday letting makes it as convenient as possible to experience for yourself what this amazing island offers.
Journey into Maui
Travelling to Maui is easy and convenient. If you are journeying here by air, you will most likely arrive at the Kahului Airport, the largest airport and only international one in Maui, located on the outskirts of Kahului on Maui Island. From here you can depart to other islands in the county (Maui county officially comprises four of the Hawaiian islands) including Moloka’i, Lanai, and Kaho’olawe, by the use of inter-island aircraft. From the airport there are several ways to travel to other destinations on the island, no matter where your Maui holiday home is located. If you wish to reach the city of Kahului, the largest on Maui, getting there is quick and easy from the airport, which is located only 2.5 miles from the city centre. You have the option of taking a bus from the airport, such as the number 35 and 40, which will take you directly into the city. If you wish to visit other locations on the island, there are a number of bus routes available from Kahului.
You also have the option of taking a taxi, airport bus or hiring a letting car at the airport. This last option is most visitors' preference in terms of comfort and convenience. If your destination is on Molokai, the county’s second largest island, a taxi, airport bus or letting car is needed to reach your location, which could include one of the many Maui holiday lettings available.
Maui and its Cuisine
Maui offers Pacific island cuisine, using the freshest of Hawaiian ingredients in its delicious dishes. Some highlights include beef from cows raised on Maui’s upland pastures, diverse vegetables and fruit grown in rich volcanic soil, and a staggering variety of seafood from the beautiful turquoise waters surrounding the island. Indulge in diverse Maui cuisine, and be amazed by the mouthwatering food served here. Book from one of the many Maui holiday lettings available to you, so you can perhaps even take a gander at cooking with the island's terrific local ingredients in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Maui and its Climate
Hawaii is world-renowned for having an incredible climate, with warm winters and beautiful summers. Maui is a perfect place to make the best of this good weather, with its fantastic beaches, clear temperate water and amazing hikes. Maui’s golden sand beaches, like Makena and Ho’okipa, are fantastic places to enjoy the endless sun that the Hawaiian islands offer. If you wish to get farther from the coastline, take a snorkeling tour to Molokini island, off the coast of Maui, where you can experience some of the best marine sights in the state. There are also an incredible number of hikes for active travellers, including walks in Haleakalā National Park, a volcanic park in eastern Maui, the beautiful West Maui Mountains, and Iao Valley, a popular location due to its setting among fantastic mountainous formations.
There are endless ways to enjoy Maui’s climate. Book from a range of Maui holiday lettings so you can experience its beautiful weather every day.
Maui and its Sights
Maui is known around the world for having some of the most incredible natural sights. Visit Maui and see volcanos, tropical forests and other geographical formations. Take a tour to Haleakalā volcano, an immense and beautiful formation located on the eastern side of Maui. Another fantastic natural location is the amazing Red Sand Beach, also on the eastern end of Maui. Though you need to hike here, the effort is worth it, with blood-red sand and lovely warm Pacific waters. If you wish to get up close to the region’s wildlife, be sure to check out the Maui Ocean Centre, with a tide pool, underwater tunnel and shark tank, ideal for observing the state's marine life.
Whatever you may decide to see in this incredible region, a Maui holiday letting makes daily exploration of the state and its plethora of sights as easy as possible.
Maui: Natural beauty on Hawaii's island paradise
Located in the Haleakala National Park, this picturesque, four-mile hike will give you access to some of the island's most beautiful waterfalls.
Haleakala National Park
Visit one of the most unique national parks in the world, featuring trails leading past lava fields caused by the park's dormant volcano. Ornithologists might also be lucky enough to spot a Nene, an endangered Hawaiian goose.
Wai'anapanapa State Park
This beautiful park is characterised by its glistening freshwater streams and pools. Camping facilites are available to explore the park's natural enviroments and black sand beach over multiple days.
No trip to Maui is complete without exploring some of its gorgeous coastline. This beach was once named America's best, with its crystal waters and white sandy shore stretching for three miles.
From this unique viewpoint, you can take in exceptional panoramic views of the whole island. A prime time to visit at either sunrise or sunset.
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