East Maui Guidebook

East Maui the most rural region of Maui. The people you will find here are mostly long-term residents and locals. East Maui is known for its immense natural beauty. The East Maui region is a great destination for people who are looking to spend time in the great outdoors. East Maui is full of lush rainforests, waterfalls, and other immensely beautiful locations. The closest thing you can get to urban living here is in the towns of Hana and Haiku which are located here and are both extremely rural.

“East Maui is one of the most beautiful locations on the planet. The parcel sizes are generally a bit larger here than what you will find in the other regions of Maui.”

– Jeremy Stice, Realtor (B)

Learn About East Maui

Here you will find all the information you need to get an idea of what East Maui is all about. We have information on Restaurants in East Maui, East Maui Real Estate, Things to Do in East Maui, Beaches in East Maui, all of the Places To Stay In East Maui and of course, because you probably won’t want to go home once you visit, we have all the information you need about purchasing a home or piece of property in East Maui too!

East Maui Real Estate

East Maui Real Estate is very rural. The properties you will find here are mostly zoned for residential and agricultural use. You won’t find any big hotels or condominium complexes here. Most of the property here comes with large outdoor living areas which gives residents of East Maui more room to move around than is typically found on other parts of the island. The one thing that you need to keep in mind is that the weather here can be pretty wet. However, there is a good thing in this wet weather. It keeps the surrounding foliage lush and green and there are many waterfall areas that can be easily accessed.

Hana Real Estate | Haiku Real Estate

East Maui Beaches

East Maui has some amazing beaches. The beaches in this region of Maui are backdropped by lush rainforests. There are also black and red sand beaches that can be found here. These unique beaches make East Maui a great place to take pictures and take in the sights. However, you have to keep a few things in mind. Large waves and strong currents are common on this part of the island so you will have to use extreme caution. There are also typically no lifeguards on duty here. Another thing to watch out for is the weather. The weather in East Maui is mostly wet and can change very quickly.

Hana Beaches | Haiku Beaches

East Maui Restaurants

East Maui is not typically known as a hotspot of culinary activity. There aren’t many big restaurants here. However, there are options that can be enjoyed. The towns of Hana and Haiku have restaurants that use fresh, locally grown ingredients in the majority of their dishes. They use fresh produce grown here, fresh fish caught on the North Shore and local, Upcountry Beef.

Hana Restaurants | Haiku Restaurants

East Maui Hotels

East Maui doesn’t have any of the large hotels that are prevalent in the West and South sides of Maui. Most of the accommodations that you can find here are small Bed and Breakfasts. There are also small inns that you can stay at. If you are looking for a hotel in Hana, then there is one. It is the Travaasa Hana, Maui. This hotel is frequented by guests who want to stay in a private setting that is away from the crowds. If you are looking for a wider selection of hotel accommodations, it would be better if you try your luck on the other regions of Maui that have more resort zoning.

Hana Hotels | Haiku Hotels

Things to do in East Maui

The lands in East Maui are mostly composed of lush tropical rainforests and extremely scenic areas. It is a great place for experiencing the great outdoors. The Road to Hana tour is one of the most popular things to do that is located in this region. You can follow the Hana Highway all the way around the back side of the island. Filled with turns and narrow roads, this road will test you a bit before it lets you get a glimpse of the hidden wonder in this region of Maui. It’s definitely worth at least taking a day trip to this side of the island.

 

Things to do in Hana | Things to do in Haiku

East Maui Golf

Guests who are staying in East Maui that are looking for East Maui golf courses are out of luck. East Maui does not have any full golf course. The weather in East Maui does not lend well to a game of golf. The rain would make it almost impossible to shoot a good shot. The closest thing you can get here is a putting green at the main hotel in Hana. If playing a game of golf is a major concern, you can head to Paia. The Maui country club is located there and is a favorite of many local golfers.

Hana Golf | Haiku Golf

East Maui Vacation Rentals

East Maui Vacation Rentals