The best times to visit Maui are April through May and September through November. The spring and fall shoulder seasons provide the pleasant weather Hawaii vacationers seek without the high rates and heavy crowds that accompany the summer and winter.
August, September . These months on Maui are the pinnacles of summer heat. This is often the most humid of the summer months. Maui ocean water temperatures are from 79 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
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How much time do you need in Maui? We recommend at least one week in order to experience all that Maui has to offer. While you can get a flavor of Maui even if you just visit for a day or two, as a minimum, try to plan 3 to 5 days in Maui.
If you’re looking for the best deals on accommodations, spring and fall are the cheapest months to visit the island because demand is down. This means the island is less crowded as well, which is another benefit of visiting during these months. Our personal preference is April – May .
Because Hawaii lies at the edge of the tropical zone, it technically has only two seasons, both of them warm. There’s a dry season that corresponds to summer (Apr-Oct) and a rainy season in winter (Nov-Mar).
This water is safe to drink . Flush all the taps in your home to clear the lines. Ground (well) water here on Maui is usually 51 to 171 mg/L.
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Maui is well known for its warm mild weather and ocean temperatures all year long. During the cooler months of December-May the average ocean temperatures range from 74-76 degrees F.
Here’s the thing though: While you’re unlikely to be cold in Hawaii, you may get wet! On the north shore of Kauai in September, it showered on and off during the day. In January a few weeks ago in Maui , we had even more rain. You’ll want a jacket that is lightweight with a hood…
Maui is generally a safe place, both for visitors and those of us who live here. Our island welcomes nearly 3 million visitors each year, and the vast majority of those people experience nothing more distressing than a sunburn.
Maui’s nickname is the Valley Isle because it has a low-lying valley between two tall volcanoes. Think of this valley as a giant wind tunnel. As northerly winds come through, the valley of Maui and Maalaea Bay experience extremely high wind speeds of up to 40 miles per hour.