Maui may just be the best place in this entire planet to call home. Constantly voted as the number one island in the world, (for over twenty consecutive years by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler magazine), Maui features a way of life that is hard to replicate. With some places on the island seeing over 330 days of sunshine each year, while others are literally the second wettest place on earth, the true diversity of Maui is remarkable. Actually, this island is one of the most diverse places in all of earth, as essentially every microclimate is represented here.
From the beaches, to the mountains, and the valleys, to the ocean, we have an environment unlike any other around. Maui is also highlighted by world-class dining, shopping, golfing, water sports, hiking, fishing, and sailing—there is always something new and exciting going on. We also have the distinct characteristic of being a somewhat smaller island, so getting places can’t take longer than a day.
One of the best examples of the islands diversity and beauty is the road to Hana—one of the finest drives anywhere! As you weave in and out of the coastal tropical rainforest and pass by numerous waterfalls and indigenous wildlife, the road transports you into a town that represents what Hawaii was like not so long ago. Along the way you’ll also pass black, white, and even red sand beaches as well as some of the freshest natural pools anywhere.
The island’s dining scene is truly one of a kind, with many of the finest Hawaiian Regional chefs calling here home. Both Bev Gannon and Peter Merriman are stars in their field, pioneering flavors that mesh Asian, Pacific, American, and Latino flavors all together. The range of options is so diverse that you could experience fine oceanfront dining, casual food trucks, local eateries, and a fresh farm stand fruit all in one day!
The beaches are also some of the best in the world, with miles and miles of pristine coastline waiting to be explored and conquered. Waves during the winter months can reach dizzying heights, and the worlds best windsurfers and big wave surfers conquer the mammoth surges with supreme confidence and ability. The North Shore of Maui is actually considered the “windsurf capital of the world” as it has consistent trade winds and open ocean swells to keep even the most extreme sportsman on their toes.
Hiking on Maui is also a very special thing, as there are hundreds of trails spanning many miles, from ocean to mountain peak. You might find massive cliff jumps, dense bamboo forests, beautifully smelling Eucalyptus trees, and daunting rock walls all along the same hike!
in all, there is probably no better place to raise a family than Maui. The island’s track record of low crime and high quality of life make it an obvious destination of those wishing to escape from the masses of large cities or suburbs. We invite you to reach out to us for more information on this spectacular island in the middle of the Pacific.