Living in Maui

With everything from small farming communities to mountain peaks and picturesque sunsets, Maui is known as “The Valley Isle” and home to some of the most popular beaches on the planet. You’ll find world-class resorts and five-star restaurants, along with a virtually endless array of opportunities for outdoor fun and recreation.

Island Weather

The Valley Isle will not disappoint when it comes to the weather. The temperatures usually range from 80-88°F for the high and 63-71°F for the low throughout the year. If you are looking for drier weather, we suggest living on the South Shore, Kihei, Wailea, Kahului, and Makena. The Hana side of the island, with its many waterfalls and curved roads, will be the wettest.

Jennifer Rikert

Jennifer Rikert

  • Island: Maui
  • District: Maui
  • Position: Full Release Special Education Mentor and Autism Team RT
The autonomy that each school has is empowering and it brings an individual culture to each school.
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