The beaches of Hawaii seem to be the obvious draw for many travelers as the forever warm temperatures makes it easy to enjoy a tropical escape no matter the season. Time & Place has a great selection of Maui luxury vacation rentals for you to choose from.
If you’re only desire is to soak up the sun, you’re in luck! Maui is home to several beaches that have been named “America’s Best Beach” over the years. No matter if you want to bodysurf, explore tide pools, relax with a picnic, swim or laze on the powder-fine sand, Maui has it all. Those interested in more active pursuits on the water will have their choice of alluring adventures, including windsurfing, kitesurfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, parasailing, and countless other activities. Although the magnificent beaches are definitely worth a large share of your time, the rainforests, waterfalls, verdant canyons, and volcanoes also beg to be explored and experienced.
The natural wonders of Hawaii pair perfectly with the spirited cultural scene. Museums, National Parks, Heritage Sites and art galleries abound across the islands and invite you to absorb the rich history of Hawaii. Drive the historic road to Hana to experience a taste of historic Hawaii. The long and winding road is a popular attraction but there are more than a few detours if you need a break from the scenic route; jump into a crystal clear pool at the foot of a waterfall, watch the surfers brave epic waves, or stop at a roadside fruit stand for a refreshing treat. Hana itself welcomes you with the unspoiled beauty of its rugged coastline and the quaint charm of the village. What else can you do in Hawaii? Tour the coffee plantations, visit wildlife refuges, explore ancient villages, and peruse praised museums. No matter your interests, Maui sparks a love for the island life in all who visit.
Nowhere else in the world can you find a place like Maui. With its phenomenal natural beauty and depth of soul and spirit, you will be hard pressed to find any other vacation destination that has so much to offer. Couples searching for romance, families on the quest for memorable fun, and friends hoping to reconnect will all find what they’re looking for in this paradise called Hawaii. Contact our Maui vacation experts to help you find the perfect Maui luxury vacation home.
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Bali Hai Pool Villa
Coco Palms Pool Villa
Floral Gardens Pool Villa
Ocean Breeze Maui
||3||6||Other Area||$695||VIEW HOME|
Ocean Dreams Villa
Orient Pacific Suite
Sea Breeze Suite
Sea Mist Villa
Sea Shells Beach House
SeaGlass at Andaz Maui
Wailea Seashore Suite
||3||6||2,300||Other Area||$995||VIEW HOME|
Wailea Sunset Bungalow
Wailea Sunset Estate
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The island of Maui has both rain forests and desert conditions. Wailea is located at the base of Mt. Haleakala, which shelters the area from wind and rain. The location is known for its sunny and dry climate. The average yearly rainfall is 7.2 inches (mostly during the winter months); Hana receives about 90 inches per year while mountain areas may get over 300 inches. The constant trade wind breezes keep Maui’s temperature very comfortable. The winds are usually from the northeast at about 5 to 15 miles per hour, and they naturally cool the air. Trade winds are nearly always calm in the morning hours. Kona Winds come in the opposite direction of the trade winds and usually indicate bad weather is soon to arrive.
Weather report: 808.244.8934, then enter 1520 for Maui weather.
Surf conditions: 808.596.7873.
On average, 20 to 25 feet above average mean sea level. The airport elevation is 54 feet.
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Hawaii is in the Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time Zone and does not practice Daylight Saving Time.
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If you are traveling with prescription medicines, carry them in their original containers and bring a copy of your prescription. If you buy medications abroad, be aware that they may not be FDA-approved or allowed into the United States. For more information on customs rules and regulations, please contact 202.354.1000 or visit www.cbp.gov.