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Known for its incredible scenery and relaxing atmosphere, Maui is the true definition of paradise. Maui is one of the eight Hawaiian islands and is known as the “Valley Isle” due to the mountains that sit on either end of it. Whether you’re looking for a quiet holiday full of relaxation and lounging on the beach or an adventurous trip, Maui has it all. As an island, Maui is made up of countless incredible beaches. The beaches offer great surfing, snorkelling, and of course, a peaceful place to relax with a drink in hand. Further inland, you’ll find scenic rainforests, mountains, volcanoes, and waterfalls. There are lots of beautiful hikes, coastal drives, and ways to learn all about the culture of Maui.

Several airlines offer cheap airfares to Maui from New Zealand, including Hawaiian Airlines, Qantas, Virgin Australia, Fiji Airways, American Airlines, and United Airlines. While there are currently no direct flights to Maui from New Zealand, you can get there fairly quickly. Flying from Auckland, you can book cheap airfares to Maui with just one stopover, and from other cities, you’ll have two quick stopovers. The most common stopover cities for flights to Maui from New Zealand are Sydney, Honolulu, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Short stopovers will get you to Maui in about 13 hours from Auckland, 15 hours from Wellington, 16 hours from Christchurch, and 18 hours from Queenstown. Alternatively, you could book a longer stopover to break up the journey and see an extra city along the way. No matter which New Zealand city you are flying from, you’ll have between 35-50 cheap flights to Maui available to you each day—plenty of options to choose from!

Pack your bags and prepare to visit one of the most beautiful and relaxing places in the USA. Webjet compares cheap airfares to Maui to help you find the best deals on your holiday from New Zealand. Book your cheap flights to Maui with Webjet to save time and money on flights, so you can focus your attention on the fun parts of planning the holiday. Use Webjet’s guide to Maui, and get ready for an amazing holiday in paradise.

When should you book cheap airfares to Maui?

There is no bad time to book cheap flights to Maui. Temperatures are stable and beautiful throughout the year. And while winter experiences more rain than the summer months, precipitation and humidity are still low. Summer and winter are the high seasons in Maui, and during these seasons, you’ll experience larger crowds and higher hotel prices. If you are planning to book cheap flights to Hawaii for its famous surfing, you may want to consider braving the crowds in the winter, as this is peak time for surfing in Maui.

For a quiet and relaxing holiday, the best times to book cheap airfares to Maui are in spring and autumn. Weather is warm and sunny, crowds are minimal, and prices are at their lowest. And if you are planning to drive along the Road to Hana coastal highway, autumn is the best time to do so.

Arriving in Maui

The island of Maui is home to two airports, Kahului and Kapalua. The majority of flights to Maui originate in the Hawaiian capital, so your airfares to Maui will likely include a stopover in Honolulu. Kahului Airport (OGG) is the main airport receiving flights to Maui. It is located on the north side of the island and provides easy access to hotels and towns across the island. Kapalua Airport (JHM) is a small airport in the west of Maui and operates short-haul flights to and from a few destinations around Hawaii.

Getting to your hotel from Kahului Airport (OGG)

The best option for traveling to your hotel hassle-free is to catch a shuttle from the airport. Shuttle services offer rides to hotels and accommodations in towns across the island. Shuttles run regularly throughout the day, and reservations are not required. You can simply visit the Shuttle Service counter at the airport and book on to the next shuttle departing to your area of Maui. Each shuttle passenger is allowed two suitcases and a carry-on free of charge, making this the perfect option if you are travelling with several pieces of luggage. Shuttle prices vary between $10 and $44 per person, depending how far your hotel is from the airport.

From Kahului Airport, you can catch a public bus to several locations around Maui County. There are two bus routes, the Upcountry Islander and the Haiku Islander. Each of these bus routes pick up passengers from the airport every 90 minutes. Major stops along the Upcountry Islander route include Queen Ka‘ahumanu Centre, Kulamalu Town Centre, and Hali‘imaile Park. The Haiku Islander route also makes a stop at Queen Ka‘ahumanu Centre, then continues on to Kahului Shopping Centre, Paia Town, and Haiku Marketplace. Bus fare costs $2, and there is a strict policy that luggage cannot be larger than carry-on size.

Getting to your hotel from Kapalua Airport (JHM)

As Kapalua is such a small airport, there are no public transport options to travel from the airport to your hotel. For the best rates, you can pre-book an airport transfer with a variety of taxi and shuttle companies. SpeediShuttle and Akina Tours and Transportation offer affordable rates and can drop you off to hotels all over the island of Maui.  

Things to do in Maui

Drive the Road to Hana

The Hana Highway is a scenic road located along the north of Maui, starting in Kahului and stretching about 80 km to the town of Hana in the east. All along the highway, there are some amazing views of the ocean, waterfalls, and rainforest. You can book onto a tour of the Road to Hana, but the best way to experience it is to rent a car and do a self-driving tour at your own pace. Some of the most notable stops along the Road to Hana include Waikani Falls, Paia Town, Twin Falls, Kahanu Garden, and Waianapanapa State Park.

Lounge on the Beach

When you book cheap flights to Maui, you’re probably excited for the island’s incredible beaches. All over Maui you’ll find sprawling beaches with soft white sand and warm, clear water. Kaanapali Beach is located on the west of Maui and was once named the best beach in America. The beach stretches for about 5 km and is a popular spot for cliff diving. Napili Beach is a quiet beach on the west of Maui that’s perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Wailea Beach is located on Maui’s southwest coast and is one of the most popular beaches in all of Hawaii. The water is usually calm, making Wailea Beach a great spot for snorkelling, and if you visit in winter, whale sightings are common. If you’re an avid surfer, Hookipa Beach is the one for you. It’s located on the north coast of Maui near Paia and has some great surfing conditions. You may even spot some Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles while you’re there!

Haleakala National Park

Haleakala is a large national park located on the eastern side of Maui. The major feature of this national park is the Haleakala Volcano, which last erupted several hundred years ago. The volcano makes up one major portion of the national park, and the coastal area makes up another. Throughout Haleakala, you’ll be treated to beautiful scenery and a diverse look at Hawaiian nature. Within the Summit District, there are several great hikes, and camping is a popular activity. This part of the national park is known for some impressive stargazing at night and sunrises in the morning. In the Kipahulu Coastal District, you’ll see lots of scenic beaches and waterfalls. Keep your eyes peeled in this area, and you may be able to spot some sea turtles, dolphins, and seals. Visit in the winter, and you may even see some humpback whales swimming past.

Snorkelling and Diving

Just off the coast of Maui, you’ll find lots of beautiful coral reefs and tropical fish. The best way to experience them is to go snorkelling or diving. Some of the best spots for snorkelling and diving in Maui are Honolua Bay, Maluaka Beach, and Molokini. In each of these spots, you’ll be able to get up close and personal with all different types of marine plants and animals. You’ll see lots of coral, sea turtles, and fish in all different colours.

Waianapanapa State Park

This state park is located in the east of Maui near the town of Hana. It offers lots of beautiful and diverse scenery and makes for some perfect stops along the Road to Hana drive. One of the most unique features of the park are its volcanic black sand beaches. Next to the beaches, you can see some beautiful tide pools that are unique as well. A few times a year, the water in the pools turns red. While it’s caused by the arrival of small prawns, Hawaiian folklore says this is the blood of a Hawaiian princess who was killed in a nearby cave. Some other points of interest within Waianapanapa State Park are a rock arch, lava tubes, caves, and blowholes.

Attend a Hawaiian Luau

Luaus are traditional Hawaiian parties that are a great way to learn more about local culture. Luaus always involve a huge feast of local dishes, Hawaiian music, and hula dancing. The Old Lahaina Luau is the largest in Maui and a great luau to attend to experience Hawaiian culture. The luau hosts about 500 guests every night and is often fully booked, so be sure to reserve your spot in advance.

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