Maui and the Hawaiian Islands
Off-season travel tip: Beach destinations are among the most popular vacation spots, but most people go mid-December through March. Don’t fall into the trap; go in the off-season when the weather is most reasonable, crowds are smaller, and rates are lower.
Where to use this advice: September to mid December is Maui’s low season, but October is arguably the best time to visit since the temperature hovers around 90 degrees Fahrenheit, and you’re in between the Labor Day and Thanksgiving crowds. If you’ve always dreamed of a private beach getaway, then this is about as close as it gets. In need of some adventure? Try your hand (and feet) at some of the island’s favorite sports like hiking, stand-up paddleboarding, surfing—kite, wind or board—kayaking, and snorkeling. You can even island hop to Oahu or Waikiki and take part in Endless Adventure Hawaii’s activities packages, one of which includes a Glowpaddle sunset evening tour. Specialized paddleboards come fixed with underwater LED lights, which give you incredible views of the wildlife below. Once the sun sets, the night tour caps off with a fireworks show.
Special deals: Search for group travel packages; they tend to be cheaper.
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