Maui is an island in the Central Pacific. Its Haleakala National Park is the highest peak in the island. The island's 30 miles of beaches include golden-crescent Kapalua and many more. It offers different hiking trails and scenic views from the top. It is a very old island in the Hawaii, therefore beholds a rich history in itself.
Places to visit:
- Haleakala National Park– Haleakala National Park is a 10,023-foot dormant volcano. It offers spectacular sunrise views & glimpses of local endangered birds and endangered Hawaiian geese. It also has freshwater pools and waterfalls set amid bamboo forest.
- Molokini-. Molokini is a crescent-shaped crater which forms a small, uninhabited islet.
- Iao Valley- It is a 1,200-ft. needle-shaped peak with hiking trails & magnificent views. It was titled as National Natural Landmark in 1972.
- Kaanapali Beach- This beach has resorts, eateries, shopping spots, a scenic beach walk, swimming & snorkeling.
- Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve- This natural reserve was established in 1973. It includes a coastal lava field and surrounding waters.
- Garden of Eden Arboretum- Spread over an area of 26 acres, with trails, picnic spots, waterfalls & coastal views.
Places to stay:
- Four Seasons Resort Maui- This hotel has very elegant rooms featuring a spa, dining & pools, plus tennis & beach access along with free wi-fi.
- Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort- Grand Wailea is a hotel with 40-acre gardens, multiple restaurants, 9 pools, a plush spa and free wi-fi.
- Fairmont Kea Lani Maui- This hotel has a modern architecture with 3 outdoor pools, a spa, a gourmet restaurant and free wi-fi.
- Aston at the Maui Banyan- it is a hotel offering bright rooms & suites, pools, tennis courts & BBQ grills.
- Royal Lahaina Resort- It is an oceanfront resort with 3 pools, free wi-fi & a traditional restaurant.