Travel to Maui and experience the many wonders the island has to offer.
Once you’ve settled in you’ll want to explore Maui’s sweeping canvas of attractions. The western, or leeward side, is the drier side of the island and features Maui’s world-famous beaches including the beautiful Kaanapali Beach, home to a nightly sunset cliff diving ceremony. West Maui is also home to historic Lahaina, where you can find great shopping, dining and entertainment.
From the exclusive Wailea, you can set off on the Road to Hana, on the eastern side of the island, and step back 50 years to the Maui of secret waterfalls, empty beaches and pervasive spirituality. The Inspirato residences in this tropical paradise will elevate your vacation just steps from warm sands and blue waters.
The Hawaiian island of Maui is a destination for true nature lovers. The ethereal bamboo forest and churning waterfalls in Haleakala National Park can be explored via the Waimoku Falls Trail.
The eastern, or windward side, of the island is the wetter side of the island, home to the lush Iao Valley and the scenic road to Hana. The cool, elevated slopes of Haleakala are where you can find the farms and gardens of Upcountry Maui and the soaring summit of Haleakala National Park.
There is so much to see and do on Maui it’s best to plan ahead. Just don’t forget to send your friends a postcard.