Travel sites such as TripAdvisor and TripAdventures have been providing guides for Maui and the surrounding islands since 2009.
The Maui Visitor Center has also been around since the 1990s, and is the only source of information for those visiting the islands.
It’s not just the location of the Maui resorts that matters, but the quality of the guides, as well.
TripAdvisors and Tripadventures both have a quality score of 5 or better, while other sites have a lower score of 1.
It’s not clear what makes TripAdvisers or TripAdventure more accurate, but TripAdvocates and TripAdvices both have excellent scores.
Travel sites are also getting better at recommending Maui attractions, such as the Grand Canyon National Park, which is one of the best destinations for Mauis, and which is rated 4.4 stars on TripAdvice.com.
The Grand Canyon is also rated 4 stars on Amazon, which seems to be the most popular destination on TripAdvice.com and TripNavigator.com, according to our analysis of data from TripAdverties.com which includes sales and reviews.
TripAdvisor is getting better with more Maui listings, which suggests that TripAdventurous and TripBuilder are becoming more accurate guides, although TripAdvoices is not ranking highly on either of those sites.
Maui’s tourism industry is booming, with tourism revenue topping $6 billion in the 2016 fiscal year, according the MauI Tourism Commission.
That means there are now some 600,000 jobs in the tourism industry, which will add another $2.5 billion to the island’s economy over the next three years.