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The Best Time to Visit Maui

Maui, known also as “The Valley Isle”, is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands. It has a valley between two dormant volcanoes: Haleakala and Mauna Kahalawai.

The obvious features about this place are its beautiful 80 beaches which are spread over more than 120 miles of coastline.

Maui’s beaches vary in that some have gentle waves while on others are thrashing, some have very white sand and others black or red.

When is the best time to visit?

Temperatures are highest from April to November with little chance of rain. Visitors increase in the months of June, July and August when the weather is hot and dry.

If you are one of those who prefer cool weather, then winter in Maui is a wise choice, from December to March it is cooler, but still warm and sunny.

The island has its particular variations in climate according to the area. The west coast is drier.

If we want to see whales, then the perfect time is between December to May. The promise is very attractive in this regard, because each year up to 10,000 humpback whales travel more than 3,500 miles from Alaska to Hawaii for their winter migration. Maui is strategically located geographically to enjoy this spectacle.

The reasons to visit are many; the excuses will always exist.

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