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Flights to Kahului
The place for true tropical bliss
Commercial yet cultural, Kahului is the gateway to Hawaii’s self-proclaimed Magic Isle, Maui. With its superb coastlines, flourishing rainforests, and that trademark dash of Hawaiian love and hospitality, Maui really does seem to have it all. Better yet, the food is as fine as the scenery, based on locally sourced ingredients and home-grown flavours.
When you’re not frolicking in the crystal-clear waters or soaking up some sun, you can catch the sunrise from the island’s highest peak at Haleakala National Park, surf the big waves at Peahi, snorkel among sea turtles and colourful coral reefs in Honolua Bay, or hop across to Lana'i and Moloka'i. Just remember to keep an eye out for humpback whales. Get on board for your taste of Hawaiian heaven with our flights to Kahului.
Drive for the hills
Take a drive on the spectacular Hāna Highway through luscious green hills on a 64 mile stretch between Kahului and Hāna, on the eastern side of Maui.
Windsurf at Ho'okipa beach, which has some of the best waves on the Maui coast. There's also a white sand beach to catch some sun.
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Fly with our partner Delta Air Lines to Kahului Airport.
Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
The currency in Kahului is the US Dollar (USD).
A number of bus routes run throughout Maui, and some are free. A rural shuttle service also runs a few times a week and inter-island ferry services link Maui with Lana'i and Moloka'i.
Kahului is 11 hours behind London (GMT).
The electricity supply is 120 volts in Kahului. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.