When planning your summer visit to Maui, you may wonder what to expect. Summertime in Maui is a good time to visit for many travelers due to school being out, lighter work schedules, and a general desire to take a well deserved vacation.
Because June and July are peak travel months for people with families, you’ll see more children with their families visiting. That tapers off in August and September. It may be a good time for you and your family get away from the hustle and bustle of the mainland and enjoy a little island summer fun.
One thing that is consistent on Maui – “the Valley Isle”- is our weather. It’s good summer weather in June and July and August, like nearly the same as our other months. We only have two seasons which we call summer and winter, with little variation in temperature and climate. Whether you are a visitors from Washington State, Idaho, Colorado, Minnesota, or Massachusetts and similar areas which experience cold and snow, summertime in Maui is a welcome break. Come enjoy the water, beaches, local amenities along with some delicious locally-baked banana bread!
Average daily temperatures here are between 82F and 86F and rarely get up to 90F. At night, the average low temperatures fall between 65F and 76F, with an average of 71F. According to the weather gurus, the hottest day of the year, August 27th, was when the temperatures range from 72F to 88F. By contrast, the “coldest” days of winter on Maui sees temperatures between 65F and 80F.
One advantage of a summertime visit is that the waves aren’t as strong as they are in winter. Calmer waters are here from June through August, making it easier for less experienced and younger surfing fans to enjoy the waves. If you want to have you and your kids learn to surf or do other island water excursions, plan ahead and book your excursions as we have a larger influx of families visiting the Island. If you are planning to stay at the Hana Kai Maui oceanfront condos, contact us and we can help guide you to some vendors.
Summer is a bit more humid but with less rainfall with storms that only last an hour or so. Occasionally, we see rare heavy rainstorms that last longer, but it’s so unusual, it is the talk of the Hana area. But afterward, we frequently see rainbows, which are a sign of good luck here in Maui. If you see one during your visit, it means you’ll be coming back to Maui one day. We love that!
There are lots to do here, including swimming and snorkeling our beautiful waters. Hiking and walks to see the island flora and fauna is popular. Bicycling or road trips, like taking the “road to Hana” are also also fun. The Hana Kai Maui Resort is a bit off the beaten track so you can enjoy a more exclusive visit while still being able to drive to more touristy things like a visit to Lahaina (2 hour drive).
If you’d like to catch a local cultural event, you can choose from a variety of local events, such as a luau, a Hawaiian feast featuring lively music and vibrant cultural performances from Hawaiʻi and greater Polynesia. If you’re visiting with keiki (children), family-friendly and community events are also available here. You can find events online at:
The truth is there is always something happening in Maui. Pick what you like and enjoy!
Its Always Beautiful At Hana Kai Maui
If you can’t make it here in the summertime, don’t despair. Nearly anytime you visit Maui, you’ll experience the warm breezes, mild temperatures, incomparable beaches, and wonderful people that you’ll remember for years to come. At the Hana Kai Maui resort, our condos offer all the comforts of home and a private lanai where you can enjoy Maui’s beautiful weather, walk out to the beach, and enjoy the kind of island paradise vacation you’ve always imagined.
When it’s time for you to experience summertime in Maui or any time you can get away, call to book your next reservations at 1-800-346-2772, or book directly online.
We’re open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Hawaii time so call us with any questions. Or send us a message. We look forward to your visit to Hana Kai Maui.