How to Travel Maui – BEST Maui Travel Guide!!



How to Travel Maui, Hawaii in one week! I recently spent a week exploring the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii with my family! We spent time driving the Road to Hana, watching the sunrise on top of Mount Haleakala and swimming in the Venus pools. Maui is an absolute gem, you need to Travel Maui Hawaii!

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50 comments

  1. Hey dudes, I want to make it VERY CLEAR that when exploring Maui, or anywhere for that matter, you need to ALWAYS respect the land/environment/communities you're visiting. It's everyone's duty to leave these places better than when you found them.

  2. CAVEAT: No snorkeling tips, no restaurant/ food tips and hardly any beach tips with no videos of beach. Also, this video recommended a helicopter tour, I'm sure is magical, but costs around $300 per person.
    A for effort!

  3. I loved it — totally fit into my plan. Thank you so much. Only one question, which way did you go to Hana? I think you said you did from west side against most traffic but from what I read online, that route has some part dirt roads, did your rental restrict you from going there? what vehicle you rented? Too many questions but hopefully you, or someone who knows can answer. Thanks bunch in advance!

  4. It should be mentioned that hardly anyone drives the road to Hana as a loop. Most people start somewhere near Kahului, drive the Hana Highway along the north and east sides of the island to Ohe'o Gulch, and head back the way they came. This is probably the best for most people because the road south of Ohe'o Gulch is very narrow and very bumpy.

  5. I spent 3 weeks on vacation in Maui back in 2012. Did everything covered on here and then some. I remember being on Pipiwai trail and slipping on a patch of mud going downhill and almost falling through the guard rail into rushing water. By the end of it all locals were asking if I was local or not haha fun times.

  6. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA….. yeah… you cannot even pronounce the name of the airport town.. the one that gets said to you over and over… and.. yet… YOU.. think you can offer a visitor a realistic guide..??? BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! let me guess… i should ride the helicoptor? that supports the locals not even a little bit… or eat at Mama's instead of Paia fishmarket? and yeah.. RESPECT! ALWAYS ASK! and do not EVER! cross a kapu sign

  7. Whats up Noah! Just found your channel and your intro video with 'introduce yourself in the comments!' Well, I'm The Traveling Barber, Aka, James! I just started the Youtube journey with vlogs and something… a little different! Check it out if you want!
    Anyway, Can't wait to get stuck in and see some of your content, and who knows… Maybe bump into you whilst traveling the globe!

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