Things To Do On Maui In June

Maui is a fabulous vacation destination in the month of June. Aside from being one of the most spectacular islands in the world, the Maui climate in June is particularly pleasant, with temperatures in the daytime hovering in the mid-80s and the high 60s at night. Traditionally the kickoff month for the summer family vacation season, June is also a great month to visit Maui for the festivals held there during the month.

Eddie Would Go!

Maui Film Festival 2013

Maui Film Festival June 12-16 in Wailea, Maui, HI

You won’t want to miss the Maui Film Festival held June 12th – 16th. Adored by hollywood celebrities, the Maui Film Festival screens approximately 50 films to audiences as many as 2,000 plus in an open air cinema. It is a very relaxing way to spend your evenings in Maui after a long day of sun and surf at one of the gorgeous Maui beaches.  One of the featured films is about legendary waterman Eddie Aikau.  Eddie was a lifeguard on Oahu, a big wave surfed and died tragically in a boating accident trying to save his friends. earth maps .  If Eddie were here today he would go to the Maui Film festival and stay at a Maui Vacation Rental in Kihei.

If you are a foodie or a wine lover, plan to attend the Kapalua Wine & Food Festival, also held in June. Featuring seminars and tasting of wines from around the world, the festival is also focused on foods unique to Maui.

For snorkling and scuba enthusiasts, the southwest area of Maui, near Kihei, is an ideal spot from which to plan your marine adventures. Protected from the winds that make the northern Maui coastal water rough, the coastline near Kihei is usually calm, warm and sunny and dotted with endless sandy beaches.

Still affordable to most visitors, Kihei offers quite a few vacation activities. To the north of the town is the national Wildlife Conservation District, Kilei Pond, which is a fantastic place for nature lovers and bird watchers. The main attraction for those who visit Kihei, of course, is the ocean. A fleet of boats awaits visitors to the area, ready to take you and your large or small group on a fishing or whale-watching expedition. Scuba and snorkle shops are easy to find throughout Kihei.

Maui Vacation Rental

For places to stay on Maui and in Kihei, a Maui vacation rental is an excellent choice. Places to stay on Maui are easy to find but a Maui vacation rental is probably among the easiest and likely provides the most value for your money for a small or large group. With a vacation rental, your unit is likely to be far more spacious than a hotel room and your rental will probably have a kitchen, enabling you to cook and eat in or to eat out as you wish.

If you have already been to Kihei and you are looking for something different, you might try a Lahaina Vacation Rental. North of Kihei, a Lahaina vacation rental would allow you to explore equally stunning coastline and similar outdoor activities.

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