Hawaii-Maui Destination Guide
The mythic aura of this island begins high atop Mauna Haleakala, a towering, dormant volcano whose crater is big enough to hold Manhattan. Its slopes descend down to 33 miles of pristine beaches, then further into the waters off its shores, where endangered humpback whales find a safe home. Maui could be called the activity capital of the world, with more than one hundred optional activities to be experienced by land, sea or air. Relax on the beautiful sandy beaches or explore historic Lahaina, once Hawaii's Royal capital and later a famous whaling town. Taking the Road to Hana and the Seven Pools is an unforgettable trip. The road itself is a twisting narrow ribbon that weaves in and out of sea cliffs, mountains, valleys and waterfalls, and through rainforests and jungles of ferns. It is a visually spectacular journey that should not be missed.
Maui is a true haven for golfers. Practice your swing on a great variety of courses, each with unique characteristics and spectacular vistas.
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Weather in Hawaii-Maui
Day-time summer high temperatures range from an average of 85°-88°F, with night-time lows an average of 66°-70°. Winter day-time highs range from an average of 81°-85°, with night average lows of 63°-67°.
Tipping in Hawaii-Maui
Tipping is at the discretion of the customer.
Wedding Requirements for Hawaii-Maui
There is no waiting requirement for marriage licenses in Hawaii, but the bride and groom must obtain the license in person ($25 payable in cash, valid statewide for 30 days). Guests can check at their hotel for the nearest licensing agent.
Airport Information for Hawaii-Maui
Travel to and from Hawaii-Maui uses the OGG - Kahului International Airport.
Rental Cars in Hawaii-Maui
Many major agencies are available throughout the Hawaiian Islands.