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Maui Vacation Rentals - Beach Resorts of Hawaii

Maui, Lanai, Kahoolawe, and Molokai are islands which comprise Maui County, also called Maui Nui. Maui itself is the second largest island in the state of Hawaii and the seventeenth largest in the U.S. It’s also referred to as the "Valley Isle" because of its large isthmus between two volcanoes.

Accommodations are very good in Hawaii, so lodging in one of the many vacation rental homes or condos is the best way to enjoy the beach resorts of Maui, Hawaii, and soak up its vivacious nature. It is an endless summer vacation in Maui, Hawaii islands. Temperatures seldom dip below 73-74 degrees and frequently rise above 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Volcanoes on the horizon, lush tropical forests, sugar cane fields, sugar-white and black sand beaches, clear blue water, and cascading waterfalls - the island of Maui epitomizes paradise. The island has a number of excellent beach resorts and offers plenty of accommodations in comfortable vacation rentals like homes, apartments, condos, villas, cabins and cottages.

Accommodations in Homes & Condos of Maui

The island beach resorts of Maui, Hawaii have more places to see and things to do than any other vacation destination in the world! 727.2 square miles makes for an enormous, beautiful attraction. After you have found accommodations in beautiful vacation rental homes or condos, you can focus on what Maui has to offer.

To capture the splendor of it all, locals will advise you to rent an open air jeep and ride through narrow bridges and hair-pin turns on the road to Hana. Along the way, you'll find plenty of lush greenery and cascading waterfalls. Take plenty of pictures of the matchless views of volcanoes and clear blue Pacific!

Around the town of Hana, there are state parks where you’ll hike, swim, or sunbathe. Walk along the black sands at Waianapanapa State Park or on the famed red cinder sands at Red Sand Beach. "House of the Sun" (in Hawaiian, Haleakala) is a state park which has the largest dormant volcano in the world, Haleakala Crater. Legend has it that the demigod Maui lassoed the sun, so it would move slowly above the volcano’s summit. Haleakala State Park has a wide variety of natural environments. Look down at the clouds from the volcano's summit, hike through deserts, or wonder at flora in the dense tropical forests near sea level.

Iao Valley State Park is perfect for the day hiker. A famous landmark here is the 1200-foot Iao Needle, best appreciated before drifting clouds obscure its tip. To learn about the wall of tropical forests around you, stop at the Hawaiian Nature Center. Another point of interest is the Lahaina Jodo Mission, where there are a Japanese pagoda and twelve-foot tall, three and a half ton bronze Buddha, one of the largest monuments to the deity outside Japan.

Another larger-than-life attraction in Maui is the Banyan Tree in Lahaina. It is one of the biggest in the world, spreading over an area the size of one city block. Walk for two-thirds of an acre and you’d still be under its shadow! For an excursion back in time, Lahaina Kaanapili Railroad takes visitors for a ride on an old steam train. The trip ends with a BBQ dinner and a show.

Other than tourism, sugar is one of the most important industries in Maui. Go to the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum to learn exactly why this is so. Learn even more about all of Maui and Hawaii on the many walking tours and at the many informative visitors’ centers. From east to west, north to south, so much will attract and drive you to explore even more.

After a day of exciting activities on this incredible island, comfortable vacation rentals like homes, condos, apartments, villas, cabins and cottages are waiting for you. It's advisable to book your accommodations in the beach resorts of Maui, Hawaii Islands well in advance.

Events & Attractions

Something is going on all year ‘round in Maui, Hawaii. Keep an eye on the local calendar - an event or festival might grab you. Famous music artists stop here to soak up the sun and perform. Concert series are put on by residents. The communities on Maui are protective and pro-active about their natural surroundings and the creatures that live within them; there are many informative lectures to learn from. Whales are especially celebrated, with events such as Whale Day and Whale Counts.

Art exhibits feature displays from the traditional to avant garde. Surf competitions can be as exhilarating as the waves in Honolua Bay. Summer camps are fun for the kids. Fourth of July is a big bang. A good ol’ rodeo is a thrilling sight. Hula and other dances invite all to join in.

The term "exotic" doesn't begin to describe the delectable meals you'll find in Hawaii’s islands, and the tropical setting will highlight all the difference! You may want to venture outside your comfort zone to sample the Japanese- and Polynesian-influenced menus. Fresh seafood is caught locally. Raw fish can taste like candy when it’s prepared correctly. Ranging from "casual local" to fine dining, from pizza to Vietnamese, from vegetarian to ice cream, dining on Maui is sure to please everyone. But if you want a steak or cheeseburger, you won't have to look far, either.

Wine tasting festivals tantalize discerning palates. A happy-hour-at-noon margarita by clear blue water, two glasses of champagne on a sunset cruise, or red wine with a four course meal can resonate on a vacation on Maui, Hawaii. For tourists who don't want to leave their vacation rentals (homes, cabins, cottages, condos, apartments, villas) settled in the beach resorts, a phone call or e-mailed message will order needed groceries for delivery to the door.

Think duty-free when shopping! Maui's DFS Galleria carries the best brands around. Head to Lahaina, where you will find an air-conditioned indoor mall when the heat gets to be too much. For all things Hawaii-related - such as souvenirs and gifts - a quick browse around the different towns on Maui, and you'll find what you are looking for and more.

It's no secret that Maui, Hawaii is a dream destination for a wedding. Visitors have been coming here to celebrate for years! All you’d need for a perfect wedding on the beach with a magical backdrop of rolling waves and red skies, you can find easily from experienced local vendors.