Maui enjoys constant temperatures from the high 60s to 80 degrees year round. Sheltered from rain and clouds by the mighty Haleakala, Wailea’s micro-climate is that of a semi-arid desert. Due to its prime location, Wailea is noted for having the sunniest and driest climate on Maui. Average yearly rainfall is 7.2 inches.
Light trade winds will blow in the afternoon, from late spring through fall. There are climate and altitude extremes on the island of Maui. The climate varies from place to place on the island. The south and west sides are very hot and humid. The east sides are rainy. Morning in the higher elevations can be very cold with temperatures in the 40’s. Elevations begin at sea level and rise to the 10,000 feet level on Mount Haleakala.
Please consult your Catering and Conference Services Manager for times of high/low tides and sunset as they pertain to your specific group activities and events.