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Welcome to Lahaina.com!

Lahaina.com is dedicated to being THE online resource for everything regarding Maui and Lahaina. There are so many amazing activities, events, restaurants, stories and so much more that Maui has to offer, and we want to share these awesome qualities with you. Maui Nō Ka ʻOi - "Maui is the Best"

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  • Now Hiring: Freelance Writer

    March 4th, 2012 - By Conor

    Lahaina.com is looking for a freelance writer to provide Maui-based website articles, reviews, news, opinion, and other content to the website.  Pay will be $8 per article (minimum 250 words) plus $2 for a legal, quality additional image relating to the article.

    Initially we are looking for up to 50 articles, which can be completed over a few month period, but based on the quality of work, we may look to continue the relationship.  We will begin with two trial articles before moving on to a longer agreement of another 40-50 articles.

    You may work remotely and merely need to submit the articles via email.  However, writer must be based on Maui.  All interested Maui writers, please contact us here.


About Lahaina

Just like the old Banyan tree that serves as the symbol of the city, Lahaina has roots that run deep. The city has been the capital of Hawaii, the playground for royalty and a whaler's village. Today, it is bustling with tourists visiting the shops, activities, restaurants and world renowned hotels and resorts. It is the art capital of the Pacific and its main thoroughfare, Front Street, is one of a kind.

Lahaina is technically a census-designated place that is located on the Westside of the island of Maui, Hawaii. It is home to approximately 10,000 residents and sees approximately 2 million visitors a year or 80% of all visitors to the island of Maui.

About Maui

Maui is home to some 125,000 residents and over 2.5 million visitors per year. Maui is the second largest island of the Hawaiian islands and the county of Maui consists of four islands; Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoʻolawe.

Also known as the valley isle for its large fertile isthmus between its northwestern and southeastern volcanoes, Maui is known for its pristine beaches and endless fun and relaxation. Maui is home to some spectacular hotels, timeshares, restaurants, shopping, and the beautiful resort towns of Wailea, Kaanapali, Lahaina and Kapalua. There is a reason why Maui is consistently ranked as one of the top resorts in the world. Find out why yourself.