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Why Fly to Kahului?
With its reputation as an island paradise, the Hawaiian island of Maui is a popular destination for vacationers looking for the best in leisurely living and adventure travel.
Kahului, Maui’s largest city, is the heart of the island’s commercialism and industry. With more than 20,000 residents, you’ll be able to experience what Hawaiian life is really like in this bustling urban area. Plus, if you want to experience Maui’s natural beauty, beaches and parks are only a few miles away. Check out nearby Kanaha Beach Park, one of the best beaches in the world for windsurfing. Or explore Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, which claims 7-acres of native and Polynesian-introduced plants. Use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find discount flights to Kahului.
Which Airlines Fly to Kahului?
Kahului is served by the Kahului Airport (OGG). Travelers flying from the West Coast can search for cheap flights on Alaska Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines. If you’re trying to buy low-priced airfare from Dallas, check American Airlines. Those flying out of Phoenix can try US Airways. Other airlines that fly to Kahului include Continental and Delta.
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You can also compare flight prices to Honolulu, since the majority of flights into the Kahului Airport originate from the Honolulu International Airport (HNL). Even if carriers aren’t offering flight deals when you’re looking to book your trip, you can still save money by using Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find affordable hotel rates in Kahului.
Quick Travel Guide to Kahului
Once your flight lands at Kahului Airport, you won’t have to travel far to get to some of the area’s top destinations. Travel just east of the airport to Kanaha Beach Park and watch sailboarders, surfboarders and kitesurfers ride the ocean’s rolling waves. If you want to stay a while, set up camp. Campgrounds are located in the park and are open Wednesday through Sunday. Or travel one mile west to Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary where if you keep an eye out, you may just see two of Hawaii’s most endangered species, the stilt and the coot.
Golf fans will be pleased to find several options in and around Kahului. Travel south of the city to The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course. Kept in immaculate condition, this critically acclaimed course was modeled after the classic courses of Ireland. Or drive north on State Highway 340 and visit the Waiehu Municipal Golf Course. Gaze upon the stunning Waihee Reef and the white sands of Waiehu Beach as you play the course’s 18 holes.
For those wanting to take in some of Hawaii’s unique culture, visit the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. Located near the 101-acre Keopuolani Park, the Maui Arts and Cultural Center plays host to approximately 1,800 events a year, including taiko drumming, theatrical productions and children’s art. The center also features rotating exhibits that highlight the Maui people’s cultural heritage.