Destination guide

Island oasis at Maui holiday homes to rent

Spend your days dreaming of that island getaway? Well pack your bags – paradise and perfection await you in Maui. Explore every facet of the Hawaiian coastline, from its world-famous sandy beaches to its majestic cliffs. Frolic under sunny skies as you swim, surf and sunbathe the day away. If you prefer your adventures on land, hike through the island's lush green valleys dotted with rainforests, volcanoes and waterfalls. Maui vacation rentals place you near the numerous villages sprinkled across the island, many of which feature cosy spas, shops and restaurants.

Things to do

Attractions near holiday homes in Maui

Maui's own Haleakala National Park is no ordinary walk in the park – the untouched region is home to Haleakala, a 3,055-metre volcano and the island's highest peak. Hike to the rim of the crater or explore the base of the volcano dotted with cinder cones and old lava flows. If you're staying in a Maui vacation rental with kids, they'll love a trip to the Maui Ocean Center, an aquarium with interactive exhibits, including a touch tank tide pool. Maui Tropical Plantation is an active farm where tram tours offer insight into how farmers grow sugarcane and pineapples.


Things to do near Maui holiday rentals

Life's a day at the beach in Maui, where the Pacific Ocean provides excellent conditions for surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, swimming, snorkelling, kiteboarding and paddle boarding. If you prefer your thrills on land, hike your way across the Iao Valley before cooling off in a swimming hole, or drive across the famed Hana Highway, where hairpin turns include breathtaking vistas of rainforests, waterfalls and beaches. Quaint island villages offer laid-back living in the form of boutique shops and galleries, while high-end experiences across the island include elite golf courses, spas and gourmet restaurants.


Best time to travel to Maui holiday homes

There's one constant when it comes to the weather in Maui – it's pretty much always spectacular. The island enjoys mild temperatures and sunshine throughout the year, including during the winter, when highs typically top out around 23 degrees Celsius. August and September are usually the hottest months of the year, as temperatures climb to the low 30s, but even then, you'll get relief from ocean breezes. Rain is common year-round, but downpours are rare. Keep in mind, Maui vacation rentals fill up quickly from mid-December through mid-April, the island's high season for travellers, so book early.


Top beaches near Maui holiday rentals

Maui has beautiful beach locales for sunbathing and swimming. Holiday homes are available near places like Molokini, an islet and snorkelling site near a volcanic crater with sandy beaches, and Kaanapali Beach, a beach with seaside amenities and a scenic boardwalk. You’ll also like Wailea Beach, a sandy beach with activities like sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling.

Family friendly

Kid-friendly holiday homes in Maui

Kids will love the attractions of Maui. Holiday homes can be found near places like Maui Ocean Center, the Aquarium of Hawaii, an aquarium with a variety of marine species, a tide pool and a shark tank, and Waianapanapa State Park, a coastal park with black lava sand, tidal caves and native plants. Kids will also like the Pools at ‘Ohe’o, a collection of swimming holes with waterfalls in a dense bamboo forest.

Where to stay near Maui?

Our 2021 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 7,883 holiday rentals near Maui. From 239 Resorts to 6,433 Condos/Apartments, find unique holiday homes for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Maui for a long holiday or a weekend break is on HomeAway.