6 days in Maui Itinerary

6 days in Maui Itinerary

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Wailea
— 3 nights
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Haleakala National Park
— 2 nights
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Wailea — 3 nights

Wailea is a census-designated place (CDP) in Maui County, Hawaii, United States. Your cultural itinerary includes sights like Keawala'i Congregational Church and Maui Wine, Ulupalakua Vineyards. Relax by the water at Maluaka Beach and Polo Beach. There's lots more to do: stroll through Oneloa Beach, get some jogging in at Wailea Beach Path, and enjoy the sand and surf at La Perouse Bay.

For other places to visit, maps, ratings, and more tourist information, read our Wailea trip maker site.

New York City to Wailea is an approximately 12.5-hour flight. Due to the time zone difference, you'll gain 5 hours traveling from New York City to Wailea. Traveling from New York City in February, things will get much warmer in Wailea: highs are around 81°F and lows about 65°F. Cap off your sightseeing on the 16th (Wed) early enough to travel to Haleakala National Park.
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Haleakala National Park — 2 nights

Haleakala National Park offers visitors the rare opportunity to walk down into the intact crater of a volcano.
On the 17th (Thu), stroll through Pools at Ohe'o, tour the pleasant surroundings at Pipiwai Trail, and then make a trip to Charles Lindbergh's Grave.

To find reviews, traveler tips, where to stay, and other tourist information, read Haleakala National Park trip itinerary planner.

Use the Route module to find suitable travel options from Wailea to Haleakala National Park. In February, daytime highs in Haleakala National Park are 81°F, while nighttime lows are 65°F. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 18th (Fri) to allow time to fly back home.
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The Valley Isle
The second largest of the eight major Hawaiian Islands, Maui features a rugged landscape ranging from high mountain peaks to deep valleys. Half of Maui lies within 8 km (5 mi) of the coastline, and most tourists come for the sandy beaches, many of them backed by fashionable resorts offering every modern convenience. Diversity of tourist attractions is Maui's major allure, with each of the island's shores offering a different set of vacation ideas. You can swim with dolphins, snorkel with sea turtles, or hike over the otherworldly landscapes of the world's biggest dormant volcano. A foodie paradise, the island also features dozens of small farms and gourmet restaurants.
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