Each year, humpback whales migrate from cool waters near Alaska to their warm-water breeding grounds in Hawaii. The first whale sightings of the year typically take place in late September or October. The whales gradually arrive as winter approaches. The peak of whalewatch season is typically in February and March.
If Conde Nast Traveler readers are one thing, it's loyal. In the annual Conde Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards that selects the Top 25 Islands in the World, Maui has come out on top for 20 consecutive years.
These are facts you NEED to know about being on Maui that no one really tells you. Like, Maui has no billboards. Or, Hawaiians are polite drivers. Did you know that No one can own the beach in Maui and have the right to keep people off it?http://www.mauibanyancondorental.com/maui-facts.htm
Did you know that before Honolulu became the capital of the Hawaiian Islands in 1850, Maui's whaling town of Lahaina held the honor. Read interesting facts like that here http://www.nileguide.com/destination/maui/overview/local-info