You might notice the circular outlines in the water when flying over the island or perhaps see portions of the rock walls while driving along the coast. These are the numerous fishponds, which line the southern shores of Molokai. Na Molokai fishponds were once a vital element to the Hawaiian way of life, with Molokai as the breadbasket of the islands where canoes would stop to replenish their supplies...
May in Maui Nui includes many different and exciting events. Floral festivities start the month off with a sweet scent; a crafts faire and a brew festival are in the middle of the month. We end with the soothing sound of Hawaiian music in Lahaina.
The 3rd Annual Hawaii Food & Wine Festival (HFWF) set for Sept. 1-9, 2013, is the premier epicurean gathering in the Pacific and this year’s festival is bigger and better than ever. With five signature evening events and educational daytime culinary experiences on both Oahu and Maui, the festival comes to life with a “who’s who” of internationally acclaimed master chefs, four master sommeliers, five mixologists, and more than ten top-tier winemakers from Hawaii, the mainland U.S., Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Philippines, and Australia.
Named "Best Island" year after year by national travel publications, Maui, and her sister islands Molokaʻi and Lānaʻi, continue to offer memorable experiences for first-time visitors and seasoned travelers alike.
World-class resorts, award winning cuisine, championship golf, stunning natural beauty and the islands' host Hawaiian culture have propelled Maui Nui into the limelight. Here are just a few reasons why "The Magic Isles" are among the most desirable destinations in the world.
April is amazing in Maui. Enjoy our town parties every Friday night, starting with the wonderful Wailuku block party on the first Friday. There is great music on Maui Nui all month long, on Lanai you can listen to a Celtic Harp concert while in Lahaina you can stroll Front Street an enjoy jazz and blues at a different venue every few steps...