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Tips for First-Time Travellers to Maui
Ready to book your flights to Maui? The second largest of the Hawaiian islands, Maui has much to offer for the intrepid traveller with a taste for adventure.
Research The Perfect Area to Stay
As soon as you’ve booked your return flights to Maui, it’s time to start researching where to stay. There are 81 beaches across the island, with a huge variety of luxury hotels and resorts, self-catering cottages and holiday homes await. The key is to find the area which offers most of the activities you’re interested in. Are you into loads of action and adventure? Head west on the island. Keen on some R&R? Make your way down south.
Book Packages to Save Money
Finding the best cheap flights to Maui will help you make the most of your holiday budget, as Maui has a reputation for being pricey. You can save extra money by booking a holiday package that bundles your flights and accommodation, or look for accommodation options that have breakfast included or self-catering options.
Keep An Eye on the Weather
If you’ve booked your plane tickets to Maui with a plan to spend lots of time in the sun and surf, it’s important to know that you’re going to have to keep a close eye on the weather. Off-shore winds and powerful currents mean that braving the water during tumultuous weather conditions can be dangerous for inexperienced swimmers.
The Best Time to Visit
Weather conditions are most ideal during April and May and again from September to November, which also means that cheap flights to Maui during these months can be hard to come by. An airfare to Maui tends to skyrocket over this period, so booking flights to Maui in the months just before or just after can help you save on your tickets to Maui.
Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss
People from around the world book tickets to Maui every year to experience the dramatic landscapes, stunning ocean and unique indigenous culture. These are a few of the highlights that will keep you booking return flights to Maui over and over again.
Haleakala National Park
Lunar landscapes and a variety of things to see along the way make even the drive up to the inactive volcano worthwhile. The Seven Sacred Pools are a sight to behold - but be warned, the drive can be hairy. The easiest way to enjoy the park is as part of a guided tour, which will allow you to relax and enjoy the experience, rather than stress about the condition of your rental car.
Iao Valley State Monument
This breathtaking valley is a popular highlight with hikers - perfect for stretching your lege after your long flights to Maui. The Iao Needle, which stretches almost 700 metres into the sky, is located right in the middle of the park and dates back to prehistoric times, when it was used as an altar.
Maui Ocean Centre
If marine life is what originally motivated you to book your flights to Maui, you can’t miss the Maui Ocean Centre, where you can see a huge variety of Hawaiian ocean animals and local art. It’s also the perfect place to pick up a few gifts and souvenirs before you head back to Kahului Airport (OGG).
Top Experiences For Visitors
Don’t board your flights to Maui without your swimsuit because the beaches and oceans are calling your name!
Almost 5 kilometres of perfect beach awaits. Watch with bated breath as locals dive from the cliff at Black Rock in a ceremony traditionally known as Puu Kekaa, shop ‘til you drop or soar through the treetops on a ziplining adventure - there’s loads to keep you busy between dips.
Snorkel with the Locals
Local marine life, that is. Rent a couple of masks and paddle out to the reefs hugging the coast of the island, in the Marine Life Conservation District at Honolua Bay. The water is clear and calm - the perfect conditions for spotting rectangular triggerfish, locally known as Humuhumunukunukuapua'a
Hike to the Viewpoint at the top of the Piilani Trail
Make sure you’ve got your hiking boots packed before you board your flights to Maui because you don’t want to miss out on this trail! The view is worth the sweat (and maybe tears) that this trail is known for, as you can take in Haleakala and the Hana Coast while you catch your breath at the top.
Don’t forget to pack something warm - even if your tickets to Maui are booked for the summer months! Also make sure to bring a reusable water bottle as Maui has strict recycling policies in place and values recycling greatly. Bring a pair of comfortable hiking shoes - even the most unenthusiastic hiker might be tempted to hit these stunning trails!