The Fine Island Properties Team has compiled many useful links to assist you with traveling to and around Maui.

Ohana Fun ActivitiesOhana Fun Activities
www.ohanafun.net
For great activities with a discount price and all the full service aloha you expect visit www.OhanaFun.net

From Luaus to Boat excursions, or Helicoptor Tours Ohana Fun should be your first stop.

activities@ohanafun.net
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Call 1.800.350.3849 for More

 

Destination Resorts HawaiiDestination Resorts Hawaii
www.drhmaui.com
With hundreds of Maui vacation homes, condos and hotels to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect accommodation for your Maui vacation.

34 Wailea Gateway Place, Suite A102
Wailea Hawaii
Call 866.384.1366 for More

 

Luxury Destination ServicesLuxury Destination Services
www.islandpartnershawaii.com
Island Partners Hawai`i, is a full service, destination & events management company that specializes in distinctive company meetings, celebrations and events; &, small, discerning private groups.

They are very creative, provide excellence in service, & are attentive to every small detail.

140 Ho`ohana Street, Suite 202
Kahului Hawaii
Call 808.270.2400 for More

 

Catering on Maui for Events or MeetingsCatering on Maui for Events or Meetings
www.vineyardfoodcompany.com
The best catering company on Maui. From small intimate events to large weddings or corporate retreats count on this companies expertise and attention to detail not to mention the excellent food (no pre-planned menus). You are in exceptional hands.

1951 E. Vineyard St
Wailuku Hawaii
Call 808.243.FOOD for More

 

Mike Sidney PhotographyMike Sidney Photography
www.mspmaui.com
Professional Photography. “Capture the Moment” is Mike Sidney’s motto and he does that and more. Mike is a professional experienced, and detailed photographer but he has the eye of the artist & will turn your portraits into a lifetime treasure. Weddings, Families, Vacation Photos, and Senior Portraits. Most photography is done on site in our beautiful backdrop of the island of Maui.

220 Main St. Suite 540
Wailuku Hawaii
Call 808.249.2808 for More

 

Ha'iku Mill 1857 an Event VenueHa’iku Mill 1857 an Event Venue
www.haikumill.com
The Ha’iku Mill is an antique Sugar Mill built in 1857.
All types of events are held at this venue from weddings, parties, to photo shoots including Sports Illustrated. A heavenly Maui outdoor setting.

Contact Sylvia Hamilton Kerr at info@haikumill.com for further information.

Haiku Hawaii
Call 808.575.9994 for More

 

MassageMassage
www.massagewhenyouneeditmost.vpweb.com
Massage with Cami is a totally delightful, relaxing and one of the best Aloha experiences you can have during your Maui stay.

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Airfare Watchdog Flights to MauiAirfare Watchdog Flights to Maui
www.airfarewatchdog.com
Airfare Watchdog site will keep you updated on great airfare deals from many US cities.

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Hawaiian AirlinesHawaiian Airlines
www.hawaiianairlines.com
Hawaiian Airlines website link for booking flights and additional travel links

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Frequently Asked QuestionsFrequently Asked Questions
hawaii.gov
As a newcomer “Malihini” to Maui you may have questions that we have answered below or at the link for Hawaii Facts & Figures. If you don’t see the answer to your questions don’t hesitate to contact us: Fineislandproperties@gmail.com to receive an answer or personal recommendation for all things Maui from one of our team members. We welcome you ” E komo Mai” with Aloha to our Island Paradise home of Maui.

What is the correct pronunciation for the many Hawaiian words I see?
To see frequently used Hawaiian words go to our About Maui tab and click on History of Maui.

What is the average temperature on Maui?
80 degrees with the rainy season occurring from December through March.

How large is the Island?
2000 Square Miles

What is the population on Maui?
Approximately 145,000+ year round residents. Our population soars much higher with our visitors.

When are the best months to see the whales?
January through April with February and March being best for whale watching.

Are there active volcanoes on Maui?
No, Haleakala is dormant and last errupted in 1790.
We do however experience earthquake tremors every now and then.

What are the best beaches to go to?
Depending if you are looking for snorkeling, or surfing Maui offers many different types of beaches. See our Beach guide under the About Maui tab to to learn more about Maui’s world class beaches.

What clothes should I bring?
Maui is a casual island with summer casual daytime wear down to T-Shirts/shorts and “slippers” our word for flip flops or sandals.
Dinner can be a dress up affair and we suggest you bring a sweater as the temperature that is high during the day drops down at night and combined with the ocean breeze can make you feel a chill.
There are many shops so don’t bring all your attire with you. You will want to pick up a piece or two at one of our great shopping centers like the Shops at Wailea, Whalers Village in Kaanapali or our own “mall” Kaahumanu Center in Kahului.

I’m not certified. Can I go Diving?
There are numerous dive shops on Maui that specialize in introductory dives. Maui Sun Divers, Maui Dive Shop, Scuba Shack, Ed Robinson Dive Tours and others that have been around a long time and can get you in the water with their introductory courses while you are here.

What is the best Mask I can buy for snorkeling and diving?
The one that fits your face best! Also we recommend to use an advanced snorkel. Nothing ruins the experience like a cheap snorkel.

What if I’m scared to go far out to snorkel or not a good swimmer?
We always recommend to swim in groups. Never go alone into the ocean. Use a boogie board or other flotation device so you can learn to breath and not worry about the rest. You will really enjoy yourself. Ulua beach in Wailea is one of our favorite South beach spots, while Black Rock in front of the Sheraton in Kaanapali is one of our favorite spots on the West side.

Where is the best place to see the fish & turtles?
Fish can be found near the rocky outcrops mostly, but be careful to not be washed up on the rocks, and whatever you do: DO NOT STAND ON THE CORAL. Coral is a living animal that took years to be created. One step can destroy years of Mother Nature’s beautiful work. Turtles are protected in Hawaii and you should remember to keep your distance to enjoy these elegant creatures.
The Makena landing beach is a great spot to find turtles.

What are the best boat tours?
The best tours we have found are the Four Winds, The Trilogy, Pacific Whale Foundation and the ones from Maui Dive Shop. The best time to do a whale watch or snorkel tour is in the morning prior to our noontime windline coming up.

What are the best restaurants?
Please see our Dining Guide under the Plan your Maui Vacation tab. Personal tips can be found by our favorite spots to dine.

What are the best activities to do on Maui?
Find a Hawaiian Event not just a luau to attend while you are here. Many are listed under Plan Your Maui Vacation Maui Visitor Tab.
Go to Hana but leave your hotel at 530am to REALLY enjoy the long and beautiful drive. This will give you time when you reach Hana to go on that hike to the 400ft waterfall, soak up the black sand beaches of Wainapanapa State Park, see the Pools at Oheo or Hamoa Beach and don’t forget to visit quaint Hana town itself.
Visit Upcountry Maui by going to the Ulupalakua Winery and Ranch store on your way down from Haleakala. It is like seeing the seventh wonder of the world no matter what time of day you go.
Visit our underwater worlds by snorkeling and diving. Half of Hawaii’s beauty is under the sea and if you are here during Whale Season be sure and take a boat tour to do some Whale Watching.

Can I bring my Pets to Maui on Vacation or what are the rules to bring them if I am moving here?
See our Animal Quarantine tab under About Maui/Government Links for further information.

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LighthousesLighthouses
www.lighthouseinn-ct.com
Here at Lighthouseinn-ct.com you will find any and everything related to lighthouses, and that is truly our goal when it comes to our lighthouse website. Sure you could search around online and read a wide variety of websites about lighthouses, go to a library and read books dedicated to them, or even visit a lighthouse museum… but here we want to give you another lighthouse resource.

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