Maui, Hawaii, Visitors Guide
Go to Maui for the history, but stay for the breathtaking beaches, landscapes, and a variety of exciting and unique things to do. On this 727-square-mile island lies white, red, and black sand beaches with crystal-clear water, adrenaline-pumping watersports, volcanoes, waterfalls, gardens, swimming holes, bamboo forests, rainforest, caves, and so much more! With so many things to see and do, you’ll be sure to head home having had an unforgettable vacation with magnificent memories as souvenirs.
What is Maui Known for
White, Black, and Red Sand Beaches, Haleakala Crater, Humpback Whale Sightings, Watersports, Molokini Crater, Rich History and Culture, Honokohau Falls, Golfing, Sailing, Road to Hana, Hiking Trails, Beautiful Landscapes
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