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  • A: Whether it is your first or tenth time to Maui, you'll fall in love with its tropical setting, temperature, and gorgeous landscapes all year long. Maui's balmy climate is relatively consistent, with daytime highs in the mid-80's in summer to mid-70's in winter, making it a great travel destination in any season. However, the majority of the rainfall occurs in the winter months, from November through March. Rain showers are typically short and are sometimes followed by glowing rainbows. Summers get pretty crowded due to summer break and vacations.
  • A: If you'd like to get up close and personal with sea creatures in Maui, try snorkeling at some of the island's best spots and take advantage of the best island in the world. These include:
    • Honolua Bay - Offers a diverse marine life
    • Kapalua Bay - Features a calm sheltered cove
    • Turtle Town Maui & Maluaka Beach - Best snorkeling beach on south shore
    • Kaanapali Beach - Black Rock - Rated one of the top beaches in the world
    • Ahihi Kinau Reserve - Protected marine life
    • Molokini - Features crystal clear water 
  • A: If you're hoping to catch a whale sighting while in Maui, try visiting during whale season.  Typically it runs from December 15th to May 15th, with the peak activity taking place from January until the end of March. So if you are traveling to Hawaii during the holiday season, you can expect to see a whale during a snorkeling tour or out at sea.
  • A: Catching a sunset in Maui is truly like no other in the world. People stop what they are doing at pay attention to this post-card like end to their day. The Haleakala National Park is a dream-like place where you can hike on volcanoes at an altitude of 3,000 meters. The sunset and sunrise are amazing from this point. Every beach in Maui also offers an exceptional vantage point. Notable locations also include, Keawakapu Beach, Lahaina Pali Trail, and a Ka‘anapai Sunset Sail.
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