Venture to the Valley Isle! Once the go-to for Hawaiian royals on holiday, Maui makes the most of its dreamy coastline with shores suited for sunset sights, from crescent-shaped havens to whale-watching hotspots. Beyond the beaches, it’s also a foodie’s paradise, where local produce is served up every which way. Go for street-food snacks or taste fine-dining creations, but do try the kalua pork.

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This Hawaiian island invites you to seek sun on its tropical beaches, hike around Iao Valley State Park or up to Haleakala’s peak and pop into shops in charming towns like Wailuku. We offer the best places to stay in Maui, from exotic, beachfront Maui resorts to sleek and stylish vacation rentals or condos. Pick from various Hawaii packages and plan your trip to Maui!

MAUI TRAVEL GUIDE

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Languages

English and Hawaiian

What to eat

Banana bread from roadside sellers (the world’s best?), acai bowls, fresh fish, actual Hawaiian pizza (topped with kalua pork!) and farm-to-table cuisine at restaurants across the island.

What to bring back

Locally made Maui wine (including pineapple wine!), traditional Hawaiian quilts and the official Hawaiian footwear: rubbah slippahs (basically, flip-flops).

Fun Fact

Maui is one of the top whale watching destinations in the world. From December to May, thousands of humpback whales migrate from Alaska, swimming to warmer waters to breed, birth and nurse their calves. Look out for whale watching tours leaving from Lahaina Harbour, or keep your eyes peeled on the beaches of Kaanapali, Kihei and Wailea.  

Important Info

For more information on all necessary travel documents, visa, taxes and more, check Air Canada’s Travel Requirements page and the Government of Canada’s Travel and Tourism website.
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