September 8, 2023: Mayor Green announces West Maui OPEN on October 8, 2023.
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Spoil yourself with a special island getaway to Maui for your Spring Break retreat. Book a trip full of fun and excitement, or rest and relaxation, or create a balanced mixture that’s sure to keep everyone happy and excited every day. Spring air temperatures are rising into the low 80s for highs, and water temps are in the mid-70s, so you’ll want to plan as much time outdoors, with a sprinkle of indoor activities for an unexpected rainy day or just to get out of the sun for a while. No matter what you choose, there are plenty of activities to create a trip full of Spring Break in Maui memories that are unique to you and your loved ones.


There are plenty of things to do and see during an island vacation, but you’ll no doubt find yourself at the beach nearly every day. Spend your Spring Break with beach activities like taking a walk along the shore, or a swim in the Pacific. You may even decide to try a new activity like surfing or stand up paddleboarding. No matter how you spend your time on the beach, make sure to pack the sun protection and some beach snacks for lazing the day away.


There are many charter companies that will take you out into the Pacific for a chance to swim and discover what lies beneath the water. Keep your eyes peeled for turtles, fish, and even whales and dolphins swimming nearby. Some charters spend the whole excursion in one spot, while others may take you to a variety of spots around the island. Make sure to pick up a disposable underwater camera to get fun shots of the sea life you swim with.

Road to Hana

Pack up the rental car and go on a sightseeing excursion on land. While the Road to Hana is “only” 64 miles, it’s full of hairpin turns, one-lane bridges, and an array of blind spots. You may start out thinking a 25-mile-an-hour speed limit is slow, but you’ll be thankful for it as the road twists and turns. The road to Hana isn’t just about driving. There are scenic hikes to beautiful waterfalls, lava tubes and rocks, black sand beaches, and historic sites like Charles Lindbergh’s grave. You can brave the road on your own and plan your own stops, or you can join a tour with a knowledgeable guide who will take you to many of the best landmarks and hiking spots so you don’t miss a thing. However you navigate the path, make sure to pack plenty of drinks, snacks, and your camera.

Sweet Treats

Take a short drive or walk from your vacation rental and you’ll find a restaurant or shop with authentic Hawaiian food. For a sweet treat, there are several that serve Hawaiian shave ice, or you can stop by Island Cream Co for home-made ice cream in 36 rotating flavors made fresh every day. If you’re in the mood for pie, get a taste of mainland sweetness at Maui Pie Co., owned and operated by the family behind Grand Traverse Pie Co. in Michigan.

Haleakalā National Park

Hawaii has many national memorials, parks, and historic sites, and there’s even one on Maui. Visit Haleakalā National Park in Kula during your Spring Break retreat. It’s a special place full of both ancient and modern Hawaiian culture. The park also cares for several endangered species, some of which exist only in Maui and nowhere else in the world. See stark volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rain forest and more on a hike through the park’s backcountry.

Lahaina Banyan Court Park

The banyan tree is the oldest banyan tree in the U.S. To see it, head to Lahaina Banyan Court Park in Lahaina. The now giant tree was planted April 24, 1873 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the arrival of the first European missionaries. At the time the tree was only a single eight-foot-tall tree. Today, the 150-year-old tree stands over 60 feet tall, with a crown spread of more than 225 feet across 16 main trunks to cover nearly two acres of land.

Despite the wildfires of 2023 burning much of the area around the famed tree, the tree’s roots have held on, and it continues to stand for all to see. Local arborists have checked the tree and its roots and have found signs of a healthy tree beneath the charred outer layers. 

Spring Break, Maui Style

From a cozy one-bedroom condo for a solo or sweetheart getaway, to a spacious six-bedroom home for a Spring Break family reunion, My Perfect Stays has a vacation rental that’s just right for you. Arrive and feel the stresses and worries of home melt away and the feeling of Aloha wash over you, knowing all your needs will be met. Enjoy preparing a meal in the fully equipped kitchen, then stretch out with some popcorn and your favorite show or movie. 

Multiple private spaces like patios, balconies, and your own bedroom means you can retreat to privacy whenever you want. Choose a premium unit for flat screen TVs, stainless steel appliances, a wet bar, plush furnishings, and more.

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