Maui DMC

Visiting Maui island in Hawaii

The locals say “Maui No Ka Oi,” meaning “Maui is the best.” With its warm waters, beautiful beaches, famous rainbows, magnificent sunsets, and oceans of activities, it is no surprise Maui offers the ultimate island paradise getaway. 

Formed from two overlapping shield volcanoes, the geographically-diverse island offers a wide variety of DMC Maui activities to explore on both land and sea, where you can do as much or as little as you like.

A group watching the perfect sunset in Maui island.

A group watching the perfect sunset in Maui island.

Our DMC services in Maui

Tours, activities and cultural experiences

If relaxing with a Mai Tai under a palm tree and indulging in treatments at the endless number of luxurious day spas sounds like you, or instead you prefer to get out and about in amongst the action, Maui’s diversity has something for everyone.

Depending on the nature of your program, we can tailor a unique experiences and organise activities such as:

  • Swimming in waterfall pools

  • Chartering a boat to go diving or snorkeling on the reef

  • Getting a birds-eye view of the island from a helicopter

  • Bike riding down a volcano

  • Playing a round of golf at the countless award-winning courses 

  • Visiting the farmer's market

Dining experiences and other DMC services

Maui has also been gaining newfound attention as its culinary options continue to grow, with new restaurants and food trucks utilizing local, organic produce to create innovative farm-to-table dishes and interesting spins on Hawai‘i favourites. 

Offsite dinner options include dining on an exclusive beachside location, a cocktail and canape sailing adventure, dinner amongst the vines at a winery or a degustation menu at Maui’s Tropical Plantation. 

Although the island may be small, Maui offers so many wonderful options for your next Maui DMC program or special event.

Hawaii paradise on Maui island

Hawaii paradise on Maui island

Snorkelling in the Hawaiian coral reef

Snorkelling in the Hawaiian coral reef

Upper Waikuni Falls on Maui Island

Upper Waikuni Falls on Maui Island

 When to visit Maui?

Maui contains a number of microclimates. It is generally drier on Maui’s leeward side (south and west shores) where you’ll find spectacular beaches and resorts in comparison to the wetter windward side (north and east shores) where the lush Iao Valley and the scenic road to Hana is located. 

It’s warmer along the coast than upcountry Maui where temperatures are typically much cooler. The average temperature on Maui is between 23°C -29°C. Summer, between April and November is warmer and drier, while winter, between December and March is a bit cooler.

Insider Experience also offer DMC services in any Hawaii islands such as Oahu island.

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