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Grand Wailea Maui

Traveling with Aloha

How to Visit Maui After the Wildfires
Grand Wailea
September 18th, 2023

If you have an upcoming reservation with us or are planning a stay in the near future, we understand that you may have a few questions about how you can visit Grand Wailea in the wake of the devastating wildfires that swept through Lahaina and West Maui. Outside of these areas, the rest of Maui has not been directly impacted by the fires and continues to welcome guests.

Now, more than ever, we need you to help our extended Maui ʻOhana (family) recover, and we reassure you that respectful travel to almost all of Maui is welcomed and encouraged right now. Rebuilding our economy is essential to the island's recovery but also the community, and by traveling with reverent aloha and being mindful, respectful, and patient, we know your trip to Maui will be unforgettable.

Mindful Ways to Travel for Your Maui Vacation

We appreciate your desire to help Maui rebuild and to travel with a sense of aloha. The most important thing to keep in mind is that responsible tourism is crucial to ensuring the long-term well-being of our island home and the people who live here, including our families, our colleagues, our friends, and our many local partners.

We look forward to welcoming you to Grand Wailea, and we thank you again for your Mālama (care for).

Aloha from our ‘Ohana to yours.

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