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    COVID-19 Travel Updates: Learn about our recent changes >

    • Update: Face coverings are required in public areas at all hotels in the U.S. and Canada. Beginning August 10, 2020, they will be required at all hotels in the Americas. Learn more
    • Our Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment focusing on safety and wellbeing
    • Enhanced cancellation flexibility for existing reservations and future travel
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    Men Playing Traditional Hawaiian Conch Shell Horns

    Maui Ocean Center

    Just a short drive up the coast from Wailea is the Maui Ocean Center in Ma’alaea Harbor.

    Lavender Farm

    Upcountry Maui boasts some truly incredible experiences for those days when you’re wanting a break from the beach.

    South Maui Beaches

    The weather is fantastic, the waters warm, yet each South Maui beach has a personality all its own.

    Kakou CAN

    This phrase is one that is so perfectly epitomized by Hawaiʻi, where helping others is a prominent part of daily life.

    Maui Summer Vacation: What to do

    Here we share a few hidden gems around town for families with kids enjoying Maui.

    Iao Valley

    Īao Valley offers a unique and beautifully serene experience to all who visit

    Coral Collective

    Corals are essential to other marine life, and provide food, shelter and places to reproduce and consequentially are an important existence to humans.

    Makena Lava Fields

    Maui visitors who call Wailea their second home owe it to themselves to explore outside the manicured community landscape...

    Maui Film Festival

    The Maui Film Festival returns to Wailea with another annual feast for the senses.

    The Shaka

    The shaka is a universal hand gesture that means different things relative to each situation.

    Why We Love the Kukui, Tree of Light

    Even if you’re not sure what the Kukui means to Hawaiian culture and history, you’ve probably spotted the rich dark brown/black shiny Kukui nuts,

    Celebrate Lei Day on Maui

    Lei Day, recognized each year on the first of May, is a day in which the people of Hawai’i celebrate the tradition and beauty of the lei.

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