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The 2023 wildfires resulted in the devastating loss of loved ones, homes, cultural and historical sites, and businesses in Lahaina, located in West Maui. Amidst it all, the people and the spirit of Maui is strong. 

The best way to support Maui's recovery is for travelers to visit. Maui’s economy depends on a robust visitor industry and there is still plenty to see and do that is away from the fire-effected areas of Lahaina Town. Maui is ready to welcome you, however, we urge visitors to be especially respectful and mindful in the following ways: 
While some fire-affected areas remain closed to the public, several restaurants, businesses and activities in Lahaina are open and welcoming visitors. Learn about the historical and cultural significance of Lahaina but stay away from fire-effected areas as a means of respect for the people and places that have been lost. Please do not take photos of the area, even from afar.

Maui Travel Offers

Maui is calling. Whether it’s your first visit or your 10th, there is no better time to experience all that Maui has to offer. Respectful, and compassionate travel is welcomed and encouraged – now more than ever.

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Local Farmer's market on Maui

Shop Local

Maui entrepreneurs have incredible products that support their local families and communities while giving you a taste of Hawai'i. Whether you are planning to visit Maui or looking to support from the comfort of your own home, we encourage you to SHOP MAUI and support the local businesses that are helping their communities to rebuild their lives today.

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Voluntourism on Maui

Be a part of the Maui recovery efforts. It takes a pretty special person to want to take their respect for what was lost during the Maui fires a step further by volunteering – an action which will create positive ripples in the Maui community as they rebuild and recover and across all our islands.

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Maui Travel FAQ

In West Maui, the 2023 wildfires resulted in the devastating loss of loved ones, homes, cultural and historical sites, and businesses in Lahaina. We know you might have questions about travel to Maui and the rest of the state. Please use this resource to help plan your next visit to Maui and the Hawaiian Islands.

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Mālama Maui

Our communities are still healing from the disaster we have experienced. Respectfully visiting Maui right now means following all of the rules and regulations. Respectful travel during this time can include the following: participating in a volunteer experience to give back to the affected communities, donating time/money/resources to those affected, supporting and buying local while on Maui, and more. Mahalo and we look forward to seeing you soon!

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