Maui, HI, USA

Maui, HI, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 8,641 vacation rentals near Maui. From 6,843 condos to 490 villas, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Maui for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Enjoy Your Stay in Maui in a Condo

Maui is a volcanic island that is a part of the Hawaiian island chain and is one of the most popular destinations in the world for tourists to visit throughout the year. The location boasts tranquil waterfalls, various hiking trails, and scenic national parks in a tropical destination that offers a warm climate in each season. Tourists can also enjoy visiting the Kula Botanical Garden, golfing at King Kamehameha Golf Course Clubhouse, and visiting dormant volcanos at Haleakala National Park. The most popular property types to rent during a stay in Maui are condos and apartments, which often feature luxurious amenities that include full kitchens, laundry rooms, private acreage, and beautiful ocean views on the terraces. Many of the condos and villas in popular areas of the island, such as Kihei are spacious enough to accommodate large parties.


Hana Highway is known as an ideal location to hike in for a lush rainforest that features multiple waterfalls, an expansive forest, and a nearby beach. Although spending time in the water is a popular pastime in Maui, there are a number of hiking opportunities that are available in the destination.

Waihee Ridge Trail is also popular for the panoramic views of the island and coastline with lush greenery that can be seen in every direction.

Zip Lining

There are few better ways to experience the beauty of Maui than by zip lining through the lush rainforests that are available on the island. Enjoy an hour or two of being strapped into a harness and flying through the sky on a cable where you'll be able to experience treetop views and see natural wildlife right below. The adventure is available for all ages and has different courses available for beginners or those who are experienced with the activity.

Snorkeling and Scuba Diving

Molokini Crater, off the coast of the Wailea-Makena region of Maui offers visibility of up to 150 feet in the clear waters. Those who want to enjoy an underwater adventure can try their hand at snorkeling and scuba diving for the opportunity to explore the underwater marine life in Maui. You'll get the chance to swim past whitetip reef sharks, black triggerfish, moray eels, parrot fish, yellow tang, and over 250 species of marine life. Other top locations to scuba dive or snorkel on the island include Turtle Town, Honolua Bay, Black Rock, and Ulna Beach.


The weather in Maui is warm throughout the year with an average temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit in December and January. August and September are the warmest months out of the year on the island and often have temperatures that settle in the low 90s. The best time of year to visit the destination is in the summer season when less travelers are on the island and temperatures range from 72 to 86 degrees.

How to Get There

When you want to get around Maui during a trip to the island, there are a number of transportation options that are available. Many people choose to get around by taking a guided tour bus, hotel shuttles, taxis, or city buses. You can have more freedom to explore the island and travel when you want by renting a car during your trip and parking it at the location where you're staying. This will allow you to take your time exploring the various roads and towns in the area without waiting for buses or shuttles to transport you back and forth from your. You can also travel by a private car, which will come with a professional chauffeur who is familiar with the roads and navigating the island.