The island of Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands. It's beautiful beaches and miles of shoreline attracts visitor all year round.
Main attractions and places consistently drawing the most visitors are Haleakala National Park, Lahaina Town, Iao Valley State Park, Road to Hana and the Maui Ocean Center.
Haleakala Volcano is a dormant volcano with elevation of 10,023 feet. It is the world's largest dormant volcano.
A well traveled, modern and quite curvy road leads all the way to the summit of this spectacular mountain.
One of the most popular day trips on Maui is a trip on the Road to Hana and Beyond on the Hana Highway.
The Road to Hana is world famous for the natural beauty of its unblemished landscapes and towering waterfalls.
In West Maui the principal resort areas are Kaanapali and Kapalua; South Maui's prime resorts are Makena and Wailea.
Hana, Kihei, Maalaea, Napili, Honokowai and Upcountry are also visitor destinations.
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