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Moving to Maui

Vibrant economy
Cruise ShipMaui’s tourist economy is booming, thanks to its international notoriety as a perfect travel destination.

If you’re considering moving a business to Hawaii, or simply starting a new one once you get there, Maui may be the perfect place.
Did You Know...
Banyan tree in Lahaina, MauiThe famous Banyan Tree in Lahaina is 130 years old and shades almost two thirds of an acre.
Perfect weather
Maui’s weather is temperate and mild, with the perfect combination of sun and brief tropical showers. The island’s rainy season is fairly muted compared to other islands. The temperature is typically around 80 degrees throughout the year, with an average annual variance of only three degrees.
Top 5 things to consider when moving to Maui
1. Thriving arts and cultural scene.
Big name acts, bands and shows regularly pass through the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. Every Friday evening, Lahaina turns into Hawaii’s art capital when artists work and display outside their Front Street galleries. The Lahaina Arts Association sponsors an outdoor art fair under the giant Banyan Tree in Lahaina on a bi-monthly basis.
2. Schools.
Maui’s private schools include names like Seabury Hall, Haleakalā Waldorf, Montessori and Kamehameha. Despite a statewide reputation for poor public education, Maui public schools such as King Kekaulike High School have sent graduates to Harvard, Stanford and Yale in the last few years.
3. Shopping.
World class shopping at Wailea Resort and in Lahaina will cater to the fashionista’s wildest dreams. Old Town Wailuku is famous among locals for antiques and local color, and Queen Ka’ahumanu Center has everything the heart could possibly desire. There’s even Costco and Whole Foods!
4. Haleakalā.
Haleakalā. Meaning “House of the Sun” in Hawaiian, this massive extinct volcano is a national park with observatories, breathtaking views and unique flora, including the threatened Silversword, a plant found nowhere else on Earth.
5. Rare wildlife and active conservation.
Maui is home to a large portion of Hawaii's native bird population and, because of highly active conservation efforts, the island’s rainforest is some of the healthiest in the world.

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