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Helpful Articles - Maui

19 “Must Do” Hawaii Bucket List Items for Living on the Islands

Whether you’re moving to the Hawaiian islands for the first time, leaving Hawaii for the Mainland or just looking for some exciting new activities to enjoy while you’re living in Hawaii, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve gathered a list of 19 must-do items across all of the islands: Oahu, Maui, the Big Island, Kauai, Molokai and Lanai. Consider this your “bucket list” of only-in-Hawaii experiences, ones you simply can’t miss while you’re living here. (And, don’t worry, we’ve got something for everyone in your family, from keiki to kupuna!) Let’s dive in!   For the History Buffs in the Family #1: Oahu: Visit […]

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Your Moving Cheat Sheet: All the Links You Need to Make Your Move to Maui a Breeze 

Picking up your life and moving it to a new place means coordinating a lot of moving parts—before, during and after Moving Day. In addition to packing and moving all of your possessions, there are a number of other to-dos required in order to transition you to your new home. To help you check off all those little boxes, we’ve compiled a list of the essential links to make your Maui move easier.   Whether you’re moving to the Mainland, to another island or to another destination entirely, this list will help you keep track of all of the details involved when you close one chapter of your life and open a new one. We’ll also throw in a few helpful hints we’ve discovered after helping thousands […]

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Living in Maui: An Insider’s Guide to the Valley Isle

When you’re deciding which island to live on in Hawaii, Maui will likely cross your radar. Also known as the Valley Isle, Maui is often considered a middle ground between the hustle and bustle of Oahu and the untamed natural beauty of the Big Island.  Maui played host to the first capital city of the Kingdom of Hawaii. King Kamehameha named Lahaina the kingdom’s capital in 1820, although it was moved to Honolulu in 1845. Many celebrities have made Maui their home over the years, including Woody Harrelson, Ram Dass, Willie Nelson, Mick Fleetwood, Charles Lindbergh, Steven Tyler of Aerosmith and many more. If you’re […]

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