The water temperature in Maui is always perfect for a swim.This Hawaiian island
is the ultimate destination for all ocean lovers. Set in the Pacific, Maui is surrounded by a silver sea. Marquesas islanders and Tahitians reached Maui by canoe and settlement dates back to AD500. Located 2500 miles from the nearest continent this Hawaiian island has a character of its own. The lifestyle is laid-back. The sea and the golden beaches that wrap Maui are intrinsic to the lives of locals and visitors. Maui has world-class surfing beaches and each shore has a different temperature. Share the surf with sea turtles, this is the place to be a water-baby.
Recent water temperature for Maui is: 75°F
The high season in Maui is from mid-December to mid-April. Hotel rates are higher at this time. Rates also peak at Christmas and New Year. For a less expensive and quieter holiday avoid these busy times.
Flights from the mainland to Maui often involve one stop-over. However, there are direct flights from main American cities. Once on the island there is a multitude of things to do. There are horse trails and tracks to walk. Try hiring a bike and meandering along the cycle lanes.
Climate for Maui
|Average high °F||Average low °F||Daily mean °F||Avg. Rainy days||Avg. Sunny hours|
14 Days Weather Forecast for Maui
↓ 65 / ↑ 79 °F
↓ 66 / ↑ 79 °F
↓ 66 / ↑ 77 °F
↓ 66 / ↑ 78 °F
↓ 66 / ↑ 78 °F
↓ 68 / ↑ 80 °F
↓ 68 / ↑ 79 °F
↓ 66 / ↑ 76 °F
↓ 65 / ↑ 75 °F
↓ 65 / ↑ 73 °F
↓ 69 / ↑ 74 °F
↓ 70 / ↑ 75 °F
↓ 71 / ↑ 74 °F
↓ 71 / ↑ 77 °F
Driving around Maui’s up-and-down roads can be fun. There is lots to see on dramatic drives, jungles, steep cliffs, waterfalls and there is always a place to stop and test the water. A Hawaiian feast, a Luau, is a must-do. Savour imu-cooked pig, fresh fish, abundant salads and afterwards dance the hula under the stars.
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