Maui Travel Maps
Travel Maps of Maui
West Maui pulses with a unique coastal vibe. The historic town of Lahaina was once the capital of the Hawaiian kingdom, and it retains a port town atmosphere. Warm weather and mostly dry conditions make this region a spectacular place for outdoor adventure.
Central Maui is the island’s population center and the seat of county government. Most visitors blow through town en route to their beachfront resort, but Central Maui has its own set of sights off the regularly worn trail.
From the celebrity-laden resorts of Wailea to the condo-dwelling snowbirds of Kihei, South Maui is all about worshipping the sun and enjoying the procession of beaches.
Rural, laid-back, and refreshingly cool, Upcountry is Maui’s most underrated zone. In Upcountry, you can watch the dramatic sunrise from the frosty peak of towering Haleakala, the sacred volcano from which the demigod Maui famously snared the sun.
East Maui: the Road to Hana
Along the famous, twisting Road to Hana, tumbling waterfalls and rugged hiking trails await.
Home to 3,300 residents and two large resorts, this island is a playground of outdoor adventure.
Taking time to explore this island offers a chance to experience the roots of native Hawaiian culture.
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