Winter Season

January 5th ~ April 11th

The waters off of Lahaina, West and South Maui are your getaway to some of the best Whale watching in the world. Peak Whale watching months are between January and early April, If your into surfing you will want to travel during this time of year.


Spring Season

April 12th ~ June 14th

   Ideal Spring Break destination. You will surly find many activities to do on the island, or enjoy the warm waters. Go Snorkeling or diving to see the marine life near the shore. Dolphins and Sea Turtles are also abundant to the area.


Summer Season

June 15th ~ August 20th

Summer starts early on Maui. By July Summer is fully engaged. Cooling and refreshing winds keep Maui felling comfortable during the long summer months. The water surrounding the island are at it's calmest.


Fall Season

August 21st ~  November 19th

The Fall Season provides the pleasant weather Hawaiian Vacationers seek, with out the high rates and heavy crowds that accompany the summer and winter. The Road to Hana are especially scenic. Being there are less tourists this time of year, traffic might not be as much of an issue along the route. 



November 20th ~ November 28th

Its very easy to be thankful to be on Hawaii for Thanksgiving. The humpback whales have returned to frolic in Maui waters. Poinsettia are turning into stunning full red blooms.


Winter Season

December ~ January 4th

The island is decked out in lights, ornaments and Christmas cheer. Maui really knows how to celebrate the holidays, with warmth and Aloha. Shopping local for island made crafts and artwork for gifts. While you are there make sure to wish people Merry Christmas in the Hawaiian language. >>Mele  Kalikimaka.