Maui has become known for its quieter resort areas in Kapalua and Ka’anapali.
One of the newest luxury hotels, the Westin Nanea Ocean Villas, is on North Ka’anapali Beach, an ideal spot for paddle-boarding, snorkeling and escaping the throngs of crowds at other popular beaches.
Maui, the second-largest Hawaiian island, is often overshadowed by its tourist magnet of a neighbor, Oahu.
But that’s exactly why there’s no better place to visit than the “Valley Isle.”Home to virtually pristine beaches and a sprawling national park, parts of Maui are still untouched by the swaths of tourists who frequent the islands.
Featuring a full professional stage, lighting and the top sound system on Maui, here you’ll find a host of local and world-famous DJs, live bands, karaoke, comedy shows and more for your entertainment pleasure.
The Dirty Monkey is the perfect place to dance the night away during your visit to Maui.
From turmeric grown on the sides of dormant volcanoes to vegetables grown on Oprah’s very own farm — yes, that Oprah — Maui’s food scene is defined by both its freshness and a mix of ethnic influences.
Forget the tablecloths and silverware: Maui is all about a hands-on, no-frills approach to food.
You can tell that the owners really put their heart and soul into this Front Street remodel.
Maui is an active island full of gorgeous beaches, excellent snorkeling, and amazing hiking.
With so many incredible options for daytime exploration, sometimes visitors don’t realize that we also have a pretty great selection of things to do at night.
Located in Lahaina (where the old Moose Mc Gillycuddy’s used to be), Dirty Monkey has really brought some life back into Front Street.
You will love the fresh new look, fantastic food and exceptional cocktails here. Whiskey enthusiasts will be in heaven with Dirty Monkey’s extensive whiskey menu that is comprised of whiskey from all over the world.