Winter days on Maui and Hawaii do not differ much from its summer counterparts with only 2 hours of lost daylight. Even the temperatures are not dramatically different unless you are climbing elevation quickly in places like Upcountry Maui.
Take a look at how the Sayles Team spends their winter!
Maui is home to some of Hawaii’s best beaches hands down! With a stunning 120 miles of coastline, Maui offers some of the easiest access to 30 miles of sandy shores. Boasting an array of white sand, black sand, red sand, and pebbled beaches, you will have your choice of beaches to go to. Each region of the island is known for having dominate traits and these beaches tend to reflect what the region is known. Take a look at our recommendations across the island.
Via a list complied by WalletHub, a personal finance website based out of Washington DC, released their list of “Best Beach Towns to Live In.” Lahaina at #1 and Kihei at #8 were both ranked in the top 10 for the best towns located by the ocean.
Kihei is here to cater to the beach-combers of the world. Located on the southwestern shore of Maui, this area is by far the sunniest and driest on the island. The crystal-clear views and pearl blue waters are the reasons this was once a consistent destination for the royalty of Hawaii.
Situated on the eastern coast of Maui, Lahaina has been lovingly dubbed the “jewel in the crown of Maui”. Considering the beauty of other areas as well, this title has been well-earned by the amenities and luxuries of the area.
While we love all the distinct areas of Maui for different reasons, Wailea holds a special place with its perfect gold sand beaches, prime sunset views and gorgeous scenery. Let’s take a closer look at what makes Wailea so special, from the land’s cultural significance, great restaurants, stunning resort properties, popular activities and real estate.
Sitting 3000 feet above sea level, Maui Goat Yoga will easily be one of the most unique yoga classes you will ever get to experience! Offering yoga classes overlooking a 360 degree backdrop of Haleakala and Maui’s stunning coast line, Kula in Upcountry Maui offers a different perspective than what most people think of Hawaii.
One of my favorite places on the island to take a leisurely weekend stroll is on Thompson Road. It’s a hidden gem about an hour off the beat and path from the major resort areas like Wailea and Makena. Located in Keokea near the Ulupalakua (a couple miles past upper Kula). It’s about a 3 mile walk round trip with incredible vistas everywhere you look.
The Road to Hana is an experience unique to Maui as the windy one lane road flashes you back to a simpler time, one that is untouched by corporate development. The speed limit is 25 mph the whole way and rightly so, it isn’t uncommon to hear stories of people running off of the highway…while that may sound scary, just take your time and follow the rules of the road.
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Please interview me to be your trusted Maui Real Estate and Lifestyle Advisor. I was born and raised on the island, and spend a considerable amount of time to inform my clients about the best deals currently on the market. Please do not hesitate to call me for your Maui real estate needs. I am more than happy to assist you in your home search.
Anthony Sayles R(S)