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MAUI:  THE VALLEY ISLE
 

The second largest Hawaiian island has a smaller population than you’d expect, making Maui popular with visitors who are looking for sophisticated diversions and amenities in the small, intimate towns peppered throughout the island.

Maui’s unique vistas also make it a much anticipated destination -from beaches that have repeatedly been voted among the best in the world to the scenic heights of Haleakala Crater.
 

 

 
Quick Facts: 
  • Approximately 3,000 Humpback whales visit Maui each winter.
  • There are 81 beaches with a combined shoreline that spans 120 miles.
  • Iao Needle is a 2,250-ft stone pillar that was once used as a natural altar.
  • Lahaina was a thriving whaling port in the mid-1800s.
  • The Haleakala Crater is roughly the size of the island of Manhattan.
  • Island Color: Pink
  •  Island Flower:   Lokelani 
  • Population:  139,884

Top Five Things To Do on Your First Trip to Maui:

1.  Drive up, up, up to Haleakala National Parkand learn about the volcano.
2.  Take the long, winding road to Hanaand see the Seven Sacred Pools.
3.  Take a boat trip to tiny Molokiniisland for unparalleled diving or snorkel at Black Rock off the Kaanapali coast.
4.  Browse through Lahaina storefronts and visit the 60-ft. tall Banyan Tree
5.  Visit Iao Valley State Parkto see the Iao Needle, a 2,250-ft. rock pinnacle.