Maui is known as “The Valley Isle” and is the second largest Hawaiian Island. Known for its world-famous beaches, humpback whales, and Haleakala Park, there is so much to see on this beautiful island! There are a variety of attractions located close to the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, some of these include:
- Haleakala National Park is a special and sacred landscape which covers more than 30,183 spectacular acres of volcanoes, rain forests, and coastline. Explore, hike, and take in the natural beauty, history, and culture within various micro-climates.
- Haleakala Volcano Crater is the main attraction at Haleakala National Park, the dormant volcano last erupted in the late 1600s and today forms a spectacular crater that can be hiked, biked, or accessed from Hawaii State Road 378 for especially breathtaking views at sunrise and sunset. Due to popularity, reservations are required to visit for sunrise.
- Road to Hana stretches for 68 unforgettable miles and more than 600 curves from Kahului to Kipahulu, the road is in view of miles of dazzling waterfalls, rugged cliffs set against vast ocean expanses, lush rainforests, secluded black sand beaches, and historic sites. Click here for directions from the hotel.
- Whalers Village: Walk along the beach walk, take the Ka'anapali Trolley, or drive along Ka'anapali Parkway to this popular tourist destination in Maui. Find local stores, designer boutiques, fashion, art, and restaurants.
- Lahaina: Once a thriving whaling community, now home to a variety of retail stores, restaurants, and other attractions. Stroll down Front Street for souvenir shops, art galleries, and shops featuring local apparel, foods, and gifts.
Spring’s warm, sunny days are perfect for relaxing poolside or enjoying outdoor activities. Average highs range in the high 70s to mid-80s with lows in the mid-50s.