Maui is consistently ranked as one of the world’s most romantic islands,
with pristine white-sand beaches, world-class cuisine, and many exciting
and fun activities from snorkeling and rainforest hikes to helicopter tours
and whale watching.
Tour the waterfall-lined road to “Heavenly Hana” on the remote eastern
shore or drive to the top of 10,000-foot Haleakala Volcano and hike
down into the massive summit crater. On the way up Haleakala you can
visit scenic Upcountry towns and colorful ﬂower farms.
If you want pampering then visit the resort areas of Wailea and Kaana-
pali, two of the most prestigious resort destinations in all of Hawaii with
ﬁne restaurants, championship golf and impeccable accommodations
along with miles of perfect beaches.
From the island of Maui you can take day-trips on a ferry to the smaller
islands of Lanai and Molokai, or visit the famed Molokini Crater just
offshore to experience what many consider to be the world’s best snor-
keling and scuba diving site.
Lahaina is a historic whaling town and and arts mecca, and comes alive
in the evening with night life, as do many other Maui towns from Ka-
palua to Makawao. Maui is also known for its ﬁne cuisine that utilizes
fresh island ingredients from the famous Maui onions to the prized Kona
lobster. The highlight of any vacation is a traditional luau on the beach at
sunset with hula dancing and theatrical performances accompanied by an
Fun activities abound on Maui from downhill volcano bike tours to
whale watching, ziplining, excellent snorkeling and much more. Still re-
taining that old-Hawaii charm, Maui also offers spectacular beaches,
great restaurants and shopping, and everything you need for the perfect
tropical luxury vacation.