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Maui Island Hawaii Holidays

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Maui Hawaii Holidays

Every island in the Hawaii archipelago is beautiful in its own right – but book your Maui holidays and see for yourself why it's won the most accolades for being a favourite with travellers.

Known as the Valley Island due to the large peninsula that connects its north-western and south-eastern volcanoes, Maui is a stunning example of Mother Nature’s talent. The sprawling Haleakala National Park contains the island’s highest peak as well as the pools and waterfalls of the idyllic Ohe’o Gulch. Along the coast, watch the sunset from 30 miles of golden beaches while keeping your eyes open for the humpback whale that is regularly found in the island’s waters. And remember to drive down the winding Hana Highway to the peaceful town of Hana – widely considered to be one of the final unspoilt Hawaiian frontiers.

So what are you waiting for? Book your holidays to Maui, Hawaii with us today.

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Top 5 things to do in Maui

Hana Highway - The Hāna Highway is a 64.4-mile long stretch of Hawaii Routes 36 and 360 which connects Kahului with the town of Hāna in east Maui.
Haleakalā National Park - It’s home to the dormant Haleakalā Volcano and endangered Hawaiian geese. The Leleiwi and Kalahaku overlooks on the steep Crater Road have views across the West Maui Mountains.
Bailey House Museum - Hale Hōʻikeʻike at the Bailey House is a museum of Hawaiian history and art located in Wailuku.
Kula Botanical Garden - Kula Botanical Garden is a 8-acre botanical garden located on Kekaulike Highway. It's open daily. An admission fee of $10.00 for adults and $3 for children ages 6–12 is charged.
King Kamehameha Golf Course Clubhouse - Formerly known as the Waikapu Valley Country Club.

Maui Holiday Highlights

Maui - South Shore Explorer

Adult: £105 Child: (5-12 yrs) £105

Kayak, snorkel, meet wild sea turtles and maybe even dolphins and whales! Accompanied by expert guides, you’ll paddle out in the warm, crystal-clear waters where you can discover the beauty of life below the ocean’s surface.

This three-hour, two-stop snorkel adventure is an absolute must-do when you’re visiting Hawaii.


  • This kayak and snorkel trip can be takes from a choice of two locations - Olowalu in the West of Maui or Makena in South Maui
  • At both locations you'll enjoy small snorkelling groups, making for a more intimate experience as you explore waters that are almost 25°C!
  • As you snorkel, prepare to see tons of wild sea turtles going about their business, as well as brilliant tropical fish darting in and out of the indigo corals.
  • If you’re lucky you might even be joined by a curious dolphin, and in winter there are frequent Humpback Whale sightings as they make their way down from Alaska!
  • You’ll be accompanied on the trip by an experienced guide, will instruct and advise on correct paddling and snorkelling techniques and be right there beside alongside you in the water.
  • This particular trip is designed with adults in mind, but is more laid-back than the usual kayak trip, so children aged 5 and over are also welcome to join in the fun!
  • Families are catered for with kayaks available for 1, 2 or even 3 people. If the 3rd person is a child they can be seated between two adults.

Please Note: This tour is only available from and on the Island of MAUI.

Maui - Royal Lahaina Luau

Adult: £109 Child: (6-11 yrs) £45

Experience a real Hawaiian Luau on the beautiful Kaanapali Beach in Maui! There’ll be non-stop fun with an authentic “all-you-can-eat” buffet, open bar and fabulous entertainment including musicians, fire knife performers and traditional dancing.

This is one night out that you just can’t miss when visiting Hawaii!


Enjoy an unforgettable evening of traditional Hawaiian fun with an “all-you-can-eat” authentic Hawaiian buffet including drinks and entertainment!

The Luau takes place at the Royal Lahaina Resort on Kaanapali Beach, Lahaina, where you’ll be welcomed with a Lei (Hawaiian garland) made of shells.

The highlight of your evening is the dynamic Luau performance, which includes a Polynesian Revue with a master of ceremonies, dancers, musicians and fire knife dancer, along with Samoan, Tahitian and Hawaiian dancing.

There’s no danger of going hungry, as an all-you-can-eat buffet is served featuring authentic Hawaiian dishes and other delicious local specialities.

An open bar is available all evening, serving a selection of tropical cocktails, beer, wine, soft drinks and fruit punch.

Please Note: This tour is only available from and on the Island of MAUI.

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  • Currency US Dollars ($)
  • Flying time from UK 10 1/2 Hours
  • Primary Language English
  • Passport & Visas Brits must have a full 10-year British Passport that's valid for six months after you return to the UK.
Maui is full of history, valleys, waterfalls, gorgeous coastal views and natural wonders that make the most beautiful photos and memories. Snorkelling in Hana Bay was by far one of the best things I did in Maui. The water is best around the pier and to the right of the beach where the sea is mostly calm. I was thrilled to see so many fish, eels and turtles, however, be careful as the weather sometimes change quite quickly. There are lots of picnic tables and food places straight across the road too. Foodies will love the Paia Fish Market Restaurant - their fish tacos are a must try.
Leeanne -Assistant Marketing Manager