The summer is ending, and with it comes the autumn season with fewer crowds and cheaper rates. September, in particular, is one of the absolute cheapest months to go on a Maui vacation. That includes things like airfare, activities, and accommodations. In fact, we're offering dozens of Maui condos with special rates between September and October this year. Just take a peek at a listing that interests you, and we have our special rate listed, followed by a handy breakdown of our seasonal rates for that unit, so you know what we charge throughout the year. The more you know, the better, we're sure you'll agree.
As an example of what we have to offer, this Honua Kai studio rental is ideal for a romantic getaway, featuring ocean views, your own private lanai, a full kitchen, a shower and separate bathtub, and a 42" flat screen TV. Being that it's a studio, you can think of it like a hotel room, but with your own kitchen. And the price tag is only $199 per night if you book during the date range for this special. Of course, this can change quickly, depending on how fast our deals are snapped up by savvy travelers, but there are plenty of units to choose from.
Another one of our tips for saving money on your trip is to make use of that kitchen we mentioned and make at least some of your meals. Even if you just make your own breakfasts, it can save you hundreds, depending on the duration of your trip. And why not take advantage of the fresh, local ingredients that you can find here? If you enjoy expanding your cooking skills, you might try out a local recipe and create a new favorite. If you want to go out for a bite, you can opt for lunch instead of dinner and you'll often get the same menu items at a cheaper price.
Despite the fact that September tends to be one of Maui's quieter months, there are still entertaining events you can attend, and they are often free. Keep your eyes open for what's happening on the island. We try to post about free events as often as possible if we think you'll enjoy them, so you can always check in on our blog for the latest suggestion each Friday.
Lastly, take advantage of the things that are always free on Maui, like sightseeing, going to the beach, or even watching the surfers, which can be pretty exciting! We recommend the lookout point above Ho'okipa on the North Shore, where there's plenty of parking and spectacular vistas of the ocean and the waves that part of the island is known for. Other great sightseeing options for the more committed adventurer include the road through Hana or a visit to the summit of Mt. Haleakala, each of which is a day trip on its own. For something a little closer but still scenic, try Iao Valley in the West Maui Mountains.
As always, no matter what you're doing, don't forget to protect your skin! As they say, health is the first wealth. If you need any assistance or you have any questions about your Maui vacation, you can find our contact information at the bottom of the page. Mahalo!