Maui Marathon & Half-Marathon Travel and Entry Information



September 18, 2011


“A Must-Do 26.2” and “Best Pick for a Run in Paradise”
—Runner’s World


Marathon Tours and Travel invites you to enjoy Hawaiian hospitality during the 41th annual Maui Marathon and the 8th Maui Half-Marathon on September 18, 2011.

Did you know that Maui was voted "The Best Island in the World" for the 11th straight year in the annual Conde Nast Traveler Reader's Choice Awards? It was also named the world's "Top Travel Destination" followed by Santorini, San Francisco and Paris in 2001.

Reservations can be made at any other hotel that you choose or you can speak to our Hawaii travel specialists who can recommend a variety of choices. We will get the lowest rates available including airfare, car rental or any features that you prefer.

Maui, fondly known as "Everyone's Favorite Island," offers almost every outdoor activity imaginable (except snow skiing) as outlined in the guide "100 Things to Do on Maui" including great snorkeling, scuba diving, white sandy beaches, world class golf, surfing, Hawaii's best restaurants and chefs, sightseeing and more. The old whaling village of Lahaina offers an endless choice of restaurants, art galleries, pubs, and shops.

The Westin Maui Resort & Spa will again serve as race headquarters for those participating in the race weekend. The hotel is located at the finish line. Free shuttles will take you from there to the marathon start in Kahului.  There are also many other beautiful properties along Ka'anapali Beach that are offering deals too good to be overlooked.


Marathon Tours is pleased to also partner with the Hyatt Regency Maui and the Royal Lahaina.  We have secured special rates at all three properties.


Don't delay since the marathon is limited to only 3,200 runners and the popular half-marathon has sold out in the past with 1,200 runners.

Complete travel reservation services are available for multi-island visits. Click on the above link "Packages" to get a personalized quote.

"I went to Maui to stay a week and remained for five. I never spent so pleasant a month before, or bade any place goodbye so regretfully." ~ Mark Twain