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Stay along Maui’s most prestigious coast, Wailea, in more than 18 Inspirato accommodations. Choose from six villas offering tropical garden or ocean views within the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort: Maluhi, Nalu, Mokupuni, Mokuna, Hawewe, and Holo. All six provide access to the upscale hotel’s four infinity-edge pools, restaurants, spa, and more.
Farther south at Ho’olei at Grand Wailea, enjoy full access to Grand Wailea amenities when you stay at one of our three-bedroom homes. At the southern end of Wailea, you’ll be just steps from the beach in one of our six villas at the Fairmont Kea Lani: Hoku, Makai, Hale Kauno’o, Lehua, Mahina, and Maile, each boasting a private plunge pool. And perched above it all, on 15 serene hilltop acres, Hotel Wailea is the only true adults-only resort in Hawaii, offering panoramic ocean views and exquisite dining experiences.
The Valley Isle conjures up adventures that are larger than life. Explore lush rainforests, hike a towering volcano, or surf a rushing wave. Tee off at one of Wailea's incredible golf courses or find yourself mesmerized by a pod of humpback whales. You'll also enjoy warm stretches of white sand and the best sunsets on the island. From the exclusive Wailea, you can set off on the Road to Hana on the eastern side of the island and step back 50 years to the Maui of secret waterfalls, empty beaches, and pervasive spirituality. The Inspirato residences in this tropical paradise will elevate your vacation just steps from warm sands and blue waters.
Some of Maui's best views aren't visible by land. Helicopter tours will take you over gorgeous valleys, cascading waterfalls, and striking sea cliffs, where the beauty of the island comes to life.
Head out on a whale-watching excursion with certified marine naturalists. You may see a famous humpback breach or even catch a glimpse of mothers and calves playing.
This drive on the island’s eastern side is one of the most scenic in the world. You’ll want to stop frequently to take in incredible vistas, and hike trails that weave through lush rainforest and past waterfalls.
Year-round highs linger in the 80s, while the lows rarely dip below a pleasant 63℉. Gentle trade winds maintain a comfortable beachfront breeze. When you leave the beach, you'll likely encounter one of Maui's numerous microclimates. The island's leeward (downwind) side is generally less humid, while on the windward (upwind) side of the island, you'll find a wetter climate that's home to earthly ecosystems that are uniquely Hawaiian.