Its three miles of pristine golden sand and gorgeous waters have made it one of the world’s best beaches.
If you want to see a truly incredible landscape while in Maui, then Haleakala Crater is the perfect place to visit.
The 30,000-acre Haleakala National Park is a smorgasbord of breathtaking landscapes and sacred sites in one of the most remote corners of Hawaii.
If you’re looking to get a little closer to the sea life on Maui, the aquarium at Maalaea Harbor is a great option.
Lahaina, once the capital of Hawaii, abounds with restaurants, bars, and shops. It’s also known for its historic/cultural significance and boat harbor
Maui is famous for its beaches and beautiful landscapes, but there’s so much more to see and do here.