It's that sad time of year when the North Pacific Humpback Whales depart Hawaii. At the time of this writing, the whales are still abundant, but we are definitely seeing fewer than we saw earlier this month. So, if you happen to be on Maui through the end of April, you may still have time to book a whale watch.
There is nothing more exciting than seeing a 30-ton whale throwing itself out of the ocean like a spinner dolphin on one of our whale watches. Luckily for you, whales have more than just one trick up their fins!
(UPDATED NOVEMBER 2021)
To be honest, the last thing visitors think of is the potential for epic pizza places on Maui. And though we don't have many, the pizza joints on this list are truly top-notch. Unique to Maui pizzas are the local ingredients and toppings you can generally only find here. Step outside of your normal pizza zone and try ordering something distinctly local. You might be surprised!
(UPDATED October 6th, 2021)
Sure, Maui has the standard fast-food restaurants: McDonald's, Taco Bell, Wendy's, Burger King, etc. But Maui also has Hawaii-based fast food joints if you want a quick meal with more of a local flavor. SUPPORT LOCAL!
While Wailea, Kihei, and Lahaina tend to be dry pretty much year-round, there are still days when it rains. Normally, the rains come in the form of showers that last less than 10 minutes. But if you happen to be here during those rare times when the rain clouds park over your hotel or condo, you still have plenty of options besides a soggy afternoon at the pool or beach. Here are five fantastic options for a rainy Maui day.