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DISCOVER HAWAI‘I 57 Accommodation tends to be concentrated in three regions: West -- in Kapalua, Kā'anapali and Lāhainā South -- Kīhei, Mākena and Wailea -- with resorts, hotels, B&Bs and apartments of every size and budget overlooking some of Maui's best beaches. East -- in the town of Hāna, via one of the world's most scenic drives -- with small hotels and B&Bs. Where to stay Be as relaxed or active as you choose. From scenic natural wonders to an exhilarating breadth of outdoor activities, Maui offers so many wonderful experiences at arm’s reach that you can afford to be totally spontaneous. In fact, readers of the prestigious Conde Nast Traveler magazine have voted Maui as ‘Best Island’ for twenty consecutive years. Visit gohawaii.com/au/maui. Whale-watching off Maui. Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson On the island of Maui From Kahului Airport (OGG) to: Wailuku 10 min Kīhei 20 min Wailea 30 min Mā‘alaea 35 min Mākena 40 min Lāhainā 45 min Kā‘anapali 50 min Kapalua 1hr Hāna 2 hrs, 30 min Driving times From Kā’anapali to: Lāhainā 10 min Mā‘alaea 30 min Kīhei 45 min Wailea 55 min Haleakalā (summit) 2 hrs, 30 min From Kīhei to: Mā‘alaea 20 min Lāhainā 45 min Haleakalā (summit) 2 hrs Hāna 3 hrs Maui is your gateway to some of the world’s best whale-watching (Dec-Apr). Tours depart Lāhainā and Mā‘alaea. Humpbacks can also be seen from McGregor Point west of Mā‘alaea and the beaches of Kā‘anapali, Kīhei and Wailea.
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