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On Maui, the phrase “Mahalo for your kokua” means “thank you for your help.” It’s a common saying on the island and a big part of Hawaii’s endearing Aloha spirit of “Ohana,” or family, and “Mālama,” or taking care of the land and its people.

Travel to Maui During COVID

If you are planning to visit Maui soon and you're wondering about the COVID situation on the island, here's what you need to know and expect. If you choose to travel, it's important to check local government restrictions and consider all the rules and safety

6 Reasons to Work Remote in Maui

Work remote from Maui, Hawaii? In the 21st Century, the view from your desk doesn’t have to be mundane. You don’t have to fight traffic and you definitely don’t need the daily rat race. Paradise awaits and we’re ready to go. Who’s with us? Telework

Vacation Rentals vs Hotels: Traveling Post COVID-19

Does travel in the post-COVID shutdown world make you leery? Just thinking about getting on a plane or renting a hotel room in the wake of the coronavirus is enough to make you stuff your luggage full of Handi Wipes, Purell and a full hazmat

Every Day is Father’s Day on Maui

Did you know the Hawaiian culture is fused with a connectedness to our land, ourselves, and each other? Hawaii is truly all about Ohana (family) and Hanai (adopted family). Here at Ali’i Resorts, we are excited to spend another special day in our family circle