Maui Information

Maui information

Maui is the second largest island in the Hawaiian Islands (after Hawai’i, also known as the Big Island). Maui County includes Molokai, Lanai and uninhabited Kaho’olawe. There are approximately 165,000 full-time residents in Maui County, 154,000 on Maui Island itself (2020 Census). Here is a little more Maui information.

Covid rules

Please note that at this time there is a mandatory 10 day quarantine affecting all trans-Pacific arrivals with optional pre-travel testing and vaccination exemptions

Beginning July 8, travelers entering the state who have been fully vaccinated in the United States may bypass quarantine without a pre-travel test. The vaccination record document must be uploaded to Safe Travels or printed out prior to departure and hard copy in hand when arriving in Hawai‘i. Additionally Hawaii continues to welcome travelers to the Hawaiian Islands with a pre-travel test. Please get the most up-to-date information directly from the State’s official website.

As of late May you are no longer required to wear masks outdoors, unless in a large group or crowd or on private property (private properties may require masks – such as for luaus). Please note you do need to wear masks indoors (stores, restaurants, transit etc). Please follow signs and remember to social distance. Currently you must show proof of vaccination for indoor dining.

As of late October 71% of Hawaii’s total population is fully vaccinated (64% of Maui’s total population).

General Maui information

Yearly approximately 2.9 million visitors come to our island, pre-Covid. The winter months (mid-December through mid-April) are most popular and coincide with humpback whale watching season. The slowest time of the year on island is June and September. June is wonderful, September can be humid.

The main airport on Maui is Kahului International Airport, OGG. Many airlines just list it as Maui-Kahului OGG. There are also two small commuter airports, one in Kapalua and another in Hana.

Maui is an island with many micro-climates. While the Iao Valley is the second-wettest place in the State (386 inches of rain a year), the sunny South side of Maui (where our condos are located) averages between 8-11 inches a year. Most days if you don’t like the weather, just take a drive – you’re bound to find sunshine somewhere.

March is generally the coolest month of the year with daytime highs around 81F (evenings 70F). August and September are our warmest months, averaging in the low 90s (evenings 80F). Hawaii has a hurricane season which goes from June-November. The most active months are usually July and August. In the past ten years we have had very little storm action. However passing storms do increase humidity and block the trade winds.

Please check out our Maui blog for more information and to help you plan your stay!