Stand above a sea of clouds high atop Haleakala. Watch a 45-foot whale breach off the coast of Lahaina. Lose count of the waterfalls along the road as you maneuver the hairpin turns of the Hana highway. One visit and it’s easy to see why Maui is called “The Magic Isle.” The second largest Hawaiian island has a smaller population than you’d expect, making Maui popular with visitors who are looking for sophisticated diversions and amenities in the small towns and airy resorts spread throughout the island. From the scenic slopes of fertile Upcountry Maui to beaches that have repeatedly been voted among the best in the world, a visit to the Magic Isle recharges the senses. But like every good magic trick, you’ll have to see it for yourself to believe it.
Kahului Airport (OGG) is Maui’s main airport. Many airlines offer non-stop flights directly into Maui from major U.S. cities. You may also fly into Honolulu International Airport on Oahu before heading to Maui on a short, 30-minute flight.
Anytime of the year is a good time to visit Maui. The average temperature here is between 75-85 F. Summer, between April and November is warmer and drier while winter, between December and March, is a bit cooler.
Your special day deserves a special place and Maui provides an idyllic setting for the wedding of your dreams. Whether you’re planning a casual beach wedding on the shores of West maui or a lavish ceremony in a five-diamond resort in Wailea, Maui meets every expectation.
Memories are only moments away from being created.