Maui Guidebook

Discover how much there is to see and do on Maui. Explore this informative guidebook to learn about the island’s top sights and attractions, and the defining qualities that make Maui so unique. Browse the features below or search the guidebook topics alphabetically.

Top Sites & Attractions

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Witness Maui’s most spectacular sunrises and sunsets on Haleakala, the House of the Sun.
Hana is a small, untouched town on Maui’s eastern coastline. To get here visitors must travel one of the world’s most scenic drives.
Central Maui's Iao Valley State Park features one of Maui’s most recognizable landmarks, the 1,200-foot Iao Needle.
Kaanapali Beach is the signature beach of West Maui.
Lahaina is a historic whaling village and lively west Maui hot spot.
Makena Beach, also known as “Big Beach,” is one of the largest beaches in Maui.
Molokini is a small island a few miles off of Maui’s southwestern coast that’s well suited for snorkelers and divers.
Upcountry Maui is located on the fertile slopes of Haleakala and is home to ranches, botanical gardens and farms that grow Maui's freshest produce.
From the sands of Kaanapali Beach to the slopes of Haleakala, make your friends jealous on your first trip to Maui.
Whether you’re staying in Maui for the weekend or for an extended vacation, find an itinerary of must see and must do attractions and activities to fit your schedule.
Explore even more beaches, more small towns and more special places on your return trip to Maui.