Wayfarer Travel TV show Series 1 Episode 14 encore: the best resorts, attractions in Maui, Hawaii

by James Wilkinson

Over the past 10 years, Maui has become one of America’s hottest beach escapes thanks to its world-class resorts and activities, including some of the best whale watching on the planet.

In a special episode of Wayfarer‘s travel TV show, which has been screened across the world to over 6 million viewers in 80 countries, award-winning host, James Gregory Wilkinson, looks at some of the best things to do on the amazing island.

Wayfarer is now available on Tubi in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and New Zealand, and increases the TV show’s reach of over 6 million to date in over 80 nations, thanks to the show being broadcast to date on Sky News Australia, on Roku in the United States, Canada and the UK, on Paramount Steaming’s Pluto TV in Europe, onboard WestJet in Canada, on the Australia channel across Asia and the Middle East, and most recently, across South Africa, Ireland and the United Kingdom through On Demand 365.


The best way of getting to Maui in comfort and style.

Book a seat in Hawaiian’s brilliant Business Class cabin


Hawaiian Airlines flies to Maui via Honolulu from Sydney, Auckland and across the mainland United States and Asia.

Hawaiian’s brilliant onboard experience includes a stylish Business Class cabin and more Extra Comfort seats on the widebody Airbus A330 aircraft.

In Business Class, you’ find flatbed seats, in a 2-2-2 configuration, that fold down into 180-degree beds that are 20.5 inches wide by 76 inches long.

Also expect a Mai Tai on arrival (and during the flight), a Hawaiian-styled meal service and after dinner, a sleeper service on the overnight flight to Honolulu that features pink duvets and pillows, and new amenity kits. Entertainment comes in the form of large-format iPad tablets that sit on a telescoping arm – something also ideal if you want to watch content on your own device.

It’s also an exciting time for Hawaiian Airlines as the United States carrier re-boots its global network, prepares for the delivery of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner and focuses its efforts on being more sustainable than ever before.

Hawaiian has also upgraded its Hawaiian Miles program, taken delivery of Airbus A321s and launched free inflight WiFi and to find out the latest, Wayfarer host and Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, spoke exclusively on camera in Honolulu recently with the airline’s Senior Vice President, Avi Mannis.

To find out what’s hot and new at Hawaiian, click on the YouTube video above.