Centrally located with pristine rainforests to the east, upscale shopping to the south and a classic beachside village to the west, Kahului is the crossroads of Maui. Discover an island oasis that can feel hip and contemporary one minute; yet the next moment feel as if you're the first person to ever happen upon its abundant natural treasures.
The twisting road to Hana, past lunging cliffs and dazzling waterfalls, is one of the most famous leisure drives in the world. On the other side of the island, Wailea is home to posh restaurants, shops and beach resorts frequented by the rich and famous. Lahaina is a rustic village that was a famous 19th-century whaling center and now offers unique shopping and seaside dining. In the middle of the island, the namesake volcano of Haleakala National Park towers above the clouds. You'll find something for everyone on Maui!