Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Maui, Molokai and Lanai Planner 2019-2020
16 gohawaii.com/maui facebook.com/visitmaui Mā‘alaea There’s so much to do in Mā‘alaea. Have some fun in the water at Mā‘alaea Harbor and try snorkeling, scuba diving or a whale-watching excursion. Mā‘alaea Bay, part of the National Humpback Whale Marine Sanctuary, is a great place to catch a dinner cruise or grab a meal from a restaurant with perfect views of the ocean. COME RELAX ON THE SCENIC STRETCH OF BEACHES AND SMALL TOWNS on the south side of Maui. Grab a bite at one of the area’s amazing restaurants or grab your putter and hit the golf course. The weather is great and it’s a perfect spot for whale watching in season, from December through May. Wailea Don’t miss Mā‘alaea Harbor Village! Its many shopping boutiques, handmade arts and crafts market, restaurants and Maui Ocean Center make it a must-see for all island visitors. Wailea Relax at this beautifully landscaped resort community TorJohnson SOUTH MAUI EXPLORE and book a tee time to golf some of the most stunning courses in the country. Take advantage of the perfect Wailea weather—sunny days and clear evenings—and spend a day on the sands of its idyllic beaches. If you’d rather be indoors, Wailea also has luxury condominiums and homes, award-winning hotels, restaurants and deluxe shops.