Quick Guide to Maui

The second largest, and many say the most beautiful, of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui has been a magnet for the rich and famous, looking for peace and tranquillity, for years. Indulge yourself with a slice of the tropical high-life.

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Saving Money in Maui

There are no direct UK flights to Maui and the journey is pretty long, so you can end up paying a huge amount just to get there. To avoid paying way over the odds for your travel, make sure you book your flights as early as possible, as prices will only increase the longer you leave them. The same is true of your hotels, which can get very pricey if booked too late. If you really want to save money on your accommodation, however, you may want to consider staying at one of the hostels in Wailaku, which can be significantly cheaper than the coastal hotels.

Top Attractions in Maui

One of the big draws for a holiday in Maui is the Haleakala National Park. A stunning volcanic crater surrounded by mountains and lush countryside, containing some of the rarest and most beautiful flora and fauna in the entire USA, it is well worth a visit. You can book a hiking tour of the park, or even take a bike tour of certain parts of it, but the best thing is to get there early in the morning and watch the sun rise from the summit of the Haleakala volcano. Outside the park, there are also many places to go kayaking on the island, and numerous Luau spots where you can dance the night away.