Discover Maui Articles
Hawaiians celebrate holidays with particular relish - and a holiday from just about any culture equates an excuse to celebrate.
Ancient Hawaiians harnessed wind for voyaging, but modern islanders benefit from Maui's breezes right at home, with electricity generated by Kaheawa Wind Power in the West Maui Mountains.
In the mid 1800's the little town of Lahaina was full of dirty old men chasing Hawaiian women who were being encouraged to wear more than a friendly smile by the missionaries....
Five local authors present startling, often hilarious, versions of a Hawaii you may have never guessed at. Toss these Maui reads into the beach bag or overnighter for a colorful glimpse into island life.
Maui's coral reefs are rare and precious. Learn how to treat them tenderly on your next Maui snorkeling expedition.
Follow in the footsteps of great Maui chiefs and dodge spirits lurking in the elevator on this tour of ancient Hawaiian history.
What do Hawaiians think about their world? What makes a Hawaiian different from another race from Polynesia?
At your first glimpse of a Hawaiian green sea turtle, you're bound to be smitten. Next thing you know, it's a sea turtle tattoo over your heart.
Celebrities of all stripes call Maui home. Count yourself among them!
Wednesday evenings in Wailea are a festival of music and art...
The Kipahulu District of Haleakala National Park is justly famed for the beauty of its freshwater pools, but it also offers a fantastic hike to spectacular Waimoku Falls.
In 1876, sugar growers looked to the rainforest to water their fields – and created an irrigation system still in use today.
Don't leave the Valley Isle without sampling the best of its cuisine - particularly the seafood you're unlikely to enjoy anywhere else. Here are three Maui restaurants you won't want to miss.
A Maui condo can be a tempting investment... but do your homework first!