To Keep Up With All The Activities On Maui Try These Sources

Planning a trip to Maui takes some time and research before you get here.

To Keep Up With All The Activities On Maui Try These Sources presented by Hana Kai Maui.

Maui Events Calendar From GoHawaii.com

Available in seven languages, with visit information specific to the US, Canada Australia, New Zealand and the UK, GoHawaii also offers an app for both Android and iOS. This website offers a list of events and festivals around the Islands, a page of things to do in Maui, as well as a page of all things Maui.

CalendarMaui.com

Billing itself as Maui’s most comprehensive community calendar, CalendarMaui features events throughout Maui county, including a calendar where you can see all the events for a particular day as well as a list of all upcoming events. This ad-supported site also has a list of ongoing events available, as well as a search function. Headquartered in Wailuku, the company accepts submissions and seeks to be an available resource for residents and non-residents alike.

MauiNow.com

This Maui-centric website offers news, events and other information for residents. In addition to their events calendar, the site offers local news, including information on local businesses and dining. The website is supported by local businesses and organizations, and publishes no paid content. You can sign up for their weekly newsletter of highlights, visit their Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as their YouTube Channel.

MauiTime.com

The only remaining locally owned media publication in Hawaii, MauiTime offers news, commentary, local events, culture, and dining to island residents since its inception in 1997. You can also connect with MauiTime on Facebook as well as other social media channels.

Maui Information Guide

An informative website with information on weather, beaches, dining, and even weddings, Maui Information Guide offers a comprehensive month-by-month events page that’s updated as they’re notified of activities. The site also has a free monthly newsletter that includes their exclusive Maui eBook just for signing up.

MauiHawaii.Org

Written by resident and Maui fan Jon Blum, he offers unbiased opinions on everything about Maui and all the island has to offer.   Signing up for his newsletters also includes a free 300-page eBook on Maui and restaurant coupons. He also offers a printable guide to Maui.

Activities On Maui

Jon says that when it comes to Maui, you can do everything or you can do nothing.He lists a large directory of activities, as well as a searchable events calendar. The site has multiple social media pages as well as a page of webcams from Maui.

Hawaii Tourism Authority

This is the state’s agency responsible for marketing, branding and promoting Hawaii has a page for Events that are exclusive to industry professionals. The site also offers a Tools & Resources page for local businesses that want to promote their brand.

Hang Out In Hana In Hana Kai Maui

Your stay at Hana Kai Maui’s beachfront condos are just the place to stay in between the activities available in Maui. Whether you’ve done the Road To Hana, or going from one city to another, our comfortable accommodations will make your trip memorable. Call to book your next reservations at 1-800-346-2772, or book directly online. We’re open 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Hawaii time to answer all of your questions. Get in touch today to begin reserving your visit to Hana Kai Maui

Got The “Pandemic Lockdown Blues”? Restart Your Life With A Trip To Maui

Everyone will remember 2020 as the year that we all stayed home, camped in, and wore masks. Kitchen tables, garages, closets, spare bedrooms, and other areas became makeshift “home offices.” Video calls became the norm as we learned social distancing and working from home while shopping online for nearly everything.

Got The "Pandemic Lockdown Blues"? Restart Your Life With A Trip To Maui

Long-term “staycations” have turned some folks into learners, teachers and workout fiends, while others have perfected the art of binge watching.

If “cabin fever” has you longing for a break, a visit to Maui can change everything. Or at least change your views for a while.

Maui Is Reopening

From its first report of a resident with COVID-19 on March 6, 2020, Maui and all of Hawaii began its statewide quarantine lockdown almost immediately. Shortly thereafter, Governor David Ige instituted a 14-day self-quarantine for visitors as well as residents who were return to the Islands after a trip away.

Within weeks, vacations and other large-scale activities were cancelled, such as the winter and spring tournaments by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). This included the Division I men’s and women’s basketball tournaments that affected colleges and universities throughout the US. Air traffic to the Islands decreased by as much as 98%.

Hawaii has had one of the lowest rates of infections in the US, and new rates of infection have decreased. On May 7, 2020, Governor Ige began the first of four phases of re-opening Hawaii. Under Beyond Recovery: Reopening Hawaiʻi, businesses and tourism begin reopening to Islanders first, and then tourism from the Mainland. Social distancing and other safety procedures are in use throughout the state.

Hana Kai Maui has resumed receiving visitors as of July 1, 2020, and we look forward to seeing you.

Why Maui Is The Best Place For A Recharge

Maui has the best beaches in the world. Need we say more? Well, there is more than the beach, but there’s a reason beach lovers worldwide specifically visit Maui. Whether swimming, snorkeling, or just soaking up sun, Maui’s beaches are a great way to relax, unwind, and experience life on Island time.

We’ve talked about The Road To Hana many times, but it’s really one of the reasons people come to Maui. Whether you rent a car and drive it yourself, or hire an experienced driver, it’s a road trip like no other. Along the way, you can make a stop at the Seven Sacred Pools.

One the west coast of Maui is the city of Lahaina, a former very busy whaling town and state capital, it’s now a bustling city with restaurants, art galleries, and a walking tour on the Lahaina Historic Trail. You can learn a new skill at Moana Glass, visit the huge Banyan Tree, and enjoy Lahaina’s Second Friday Block Party. (Note: at this writing, these are currently cancelled.)

Like snorkeling, scuba? Molokini is the small, crescent shaped inlet that’s uninhabited and boasts clear water and protection from the ocean currents. It’s also the best place to see Maui’s diverse underwater animal kingdom.

Are you dreaming about your trip yet?

With so much to see and experience in Maui, you might not want to go home. And that’s OK, too. You wouldn’t be the first to abandon your current life and live a new one in Maui. You might just meet a well-known resident or two, and find yourself having a conversation with them.

Recharge Your Life At Hana Kai Maui Condos

If you’re looking to get away after a long period of isolation—or hard work—during the pandemic, Maui can be the ideal spot. There’s no better place than a comfortable beachside condo with a full range of amenities so you can either camp in or go out, and stay in a peaceful, welcoming environment. 

Call to book your next reservations at 1-800-346-2772, or book directly online. We’re open 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Hawaii time to answer all of your questions. Get in touch today to begin reserving your visit to Hana Kai Maui.

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