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Lahaina, United States

The small city of Lahaina is one of the most visited destinations on the island of Maui

Typical food

Dishes you can't miss

Lau Lau,Lahaina, United States

Lau Lau Pork, beef, chicken, or fish wrapped in taro leaves or yam. It is served with white rice and macaroni salad.

Lomi Lomi,Lahaina, United States

Lomi Lomi Ceviche-style salad prepared with salted salmon, tomatoes, onions, and occassionally dried hot pepper flakes.

Loco Moco,Lahaina, United States

Loco Moco Very traditional dish, usually eaten for breakfast. Made with white rice topped with a hamburger patty and a fried egg covered in gravy.

Typical food of Lahaina, United States

Lahaina offers a unique gastronomy. Fresh ingredients, sweet flavors, meat, fish, typical spices of the area, and tropical fruits create a cuisine you cannot miss.
In Lahaina you can try dishes as "Lau lau", a meal made of taro leaves (yam) wrapping pork, veal, chicken or fish called "palometa", which is steamed in an underground oven; it is usually served hot with white rice and macaroni salad. "Lomi-Lomi" is a ceviche style salad prepared with salted salmon, tomato, onion and occasionally with dried hot pepper flakes and chopped cucumber; it is served cold and it can be a side dish. "Loco Moco" is a very traditional dish, usually enjoyed for breakfast, made a bed with white rice topped with hamburger patty and a fried egg on it, covered in gravy.

Tropical fruit beverages are the best options. You will also find liqueurs such as rum, which is the base of many cocktails. "Okolehao" is a liqueur made ​with the "Ti" plant.

And for dessert, remember to try "Malasada", which is a type of donut made ​with flour and yeast; it is fried and covered with sugar.

In the Lahaina Grill restaurant you can find a menu of traditional cuisine with gourmet touches, including meat, seafood, and desserts, always with fresh ingredients and an amazing taste.


Useful Tips

  • Lahaina is a small place which can be explored on foot, remember to bring comfortable shoes.
  • Slight to heavy rainfall falls throughout the year, you should bring a rain jacket or a fold-down umbrella.
  • Remember to protect your skin with broad-spectrum sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat or a cap.

The weather in Lahaina, United States

The tropical climate of Lahaina presents moderate to abundant rainfall throughout the year. The average temperature is 24 °C (75 °F) and the average rainfall is 739 mm (29 in) in 97 days a year.

What to bring by season

Days in Lahaina are sunny and warm, while nights are mild. There are seven to nine hours of intense sunshine a day and the UV index goes from high to extreme throughout the year. The thermometer records high temperatures of 30 °C (86 °F), being the highest average temperature of the year, and there are lows of 19 °C (66 °F) between January and March. There is an average of eight rainy days per month and rainfall is more abundant in December with 116 mm (4.5 in) of precipitation in 10 days. Rainfall is lighter in September with 23 mm (1 in). The sea temperature is pleasant with highs of 27 °C (80 °F) and lows of 24 °C (75 °F). We recommend bringing shorts, t-shirts or sleeveless shirts, dresses or skirts, a hat or a cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, swimsuit, comfortable shoes, and a fold-down umbrella or a rain jacket. You should also bring a light sweater or a shawl for the chilly evenings.


About Lahaina, United States

Lahaina is the main port of the island of Maui in Hawaii, a popular vacation area lined with restaurants, nightclubs, craft stores, and numerous historic buildings. This small city can be explored on foot and it offers activities such as fishing, snorkeling, and whale watching.

On Front Street you can find most of the tourist attractions and the pier, surrounded by the Banyan Tree park in downtown, housing the biggest banana tree of the US. It is on this street where nightlife takes place.

The fort of the city dates back to 1831 and it still preserves some of its original walls and canyons. It is located close to The Baldwin Home Museum, housing a collection of furniture, photographs, and ancient artifacts. The Chinese temple of Wo Hing, erected in 1900, exhibits an old film of Hawaii shot by Thomas Edison.

You can find numerous local art galleries in the city that hold special events and expositions on Friday nights. Papawai Point, an area between Lahaina and Ma’alaea, is the best place for whale watching during the winter.

***The official currency of the United States is the US Dollar (USD).