- Watch out for many waterfalls especially during a rainy day in Maui, along the Hana Highway you can spot many.
- The Summit Visitor Centre at Haleakala has a detailed history and evolution of the mountain along with its cultural significance.
- The chain of volcanic mountains stretches for 100s of miles, the one is West Maui and Haleakala are must vests.
- Book a surfing lesson at one of the beaches of Maui.
Other Departure Cities
- Los Angeles
- San Francisco
Maui is the second largest island of the Hawaiian islands. It is the 17th largest island in the United States. Maui is a part of the State of Hawaii and is the largest island of the Maui County of which the other three islands are Molokai, Lanai, and the un-inhabited Kahoolawe. Maui is the third largest region population wise in the state of Hawaii. Kahului is the most populated place in Maui and also the commercial and financial hub of the island. The island of Maui is also called “Valley Isle'' for the large isthmus which separates the northwestern and southwestern volcanic masses.
Maui has one of the richest and diverse landscapes due to a unique combination of geology, topography and climate. The island experiences two seasons in a year and mostly uniform temperatures everywhere. Maui is a leading whale-watching center in the Hawaiian islands. You can check the humpback whales wintering in the shelters of Au ’au Channel located between the islands of Maui county.
Maui has an extensive rainforest region in the northeastern regions of Haleakala which is known as a drainage basin for the island. Polynesians from Tahiti are known to be the original inhabitants of Maui.
Activities in Maui
- Visit the Black Sand Beach. As the name suggests, the beach is different from the golden sandy beaches of Maui.
- Witness the majestic sunrise at the summit of Haleakala and feel the soothing balmy weather.
- Take a drive down the famous Hana highway through the thick rainforests to enjoy the natural flora of the islands.
- Make sure to include the Palapala Ho’omau, the resting place of the early navigator Charles Lindbergh.
Entertainment Options in Maui
- Escape the hustle and bustle of the island in a kayak with your loved one to check the island from the ocean’s side.
- Book a thrilling eco-adventure with Skyline Hawaii people to zipline over a 250-foot waterfall near Haleakala.
- Atlantis submarine offers one of its kind underwater experience off the coastline of Oahu.
- Visit the Maui Ocean Centre also called the Aquarium of Hawaii to experience marine life.
- Haleakala National Park
- Kaanapali Beach
- Makena Beach
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