From natural beauty to high-end resorts, the island of Maui has it all. The “Valley Isle” boasts two major volcanoes, 30 miles of beaches and lush valleys to explore. Outdoor enthusiasts can visit the stunning Iao Valley or Haleakala National Park, while those who prefer to sightsee by car can take a drive along the Road to Hana.
A slice of Maui’s beautiful coastline (Photo: Kirt Edblom via Flickr)
While Maui is especially popular among honeymooners, it’s also a great place to visit by booking family vacation packages. TravelMag has researched the many sites that offer great package deals and have highlighted two below that consistently offer great prices.
To find package deals to Maui, we also recommend checking Priceline. Their inventory is slightly smaller but often has a competitive rate on hotel rooms. Priceline advertises that a couple traveling to Maui can save up to $625 on their travel bundle. The more expensive properties often have bigger savings! Many visitors like to explore by driving around the island, and Priceline makes it simple to add a car to your booking as well. TravelMag recommends reading Priceline’s verified guest reviews before booking to ensure you’re booking the most ideal hotel for your trip.
Expedia consistently offers options for cheap vacations in Maui. They have a large selection of properties to consider and offer many different flight options. TravelMag found that when booking flights and a hotel several months in advance, a couple traveling from NYC to Maui could save $50-350 per person! While Expedia does not offer all-inclusive vacation packages in Maui, travelers may find an “Unreal Deal.” These bundles include a highly rated property at a deeply discounted rate. Expedia’s 24-hour cancellation policy may not include deeply discounted rates, so we recommend reading the fine print before booking.
The island of Maui can be explored by land, sea or air! Viator offers over 250 tours to help visitors make the most of their trip. A 2-hour whale watch cruise is especially popular, starting at an affordable $32/person. No trip to Hawaii is complete without experiencing a luau, and travelers can book the Maui Nui Luau here for $115/person with free cancellation. Several tour operators offer trips along the Road to Hana – some even include helicopter flights! Travelers can scour Viator’s guest reviews to find the perfect tour for their trip.