The Island of Maui


The Valley Isle

Maui, nicknamed “The Valley Isle,” is consistently rated by travel experts to be among the “top island destinations” in the world. It’s no wonder either. Maui has some of the finest luxury beach resort accommodations and activities in the islands, especially along Kaʻanapali Beach. All of these high-end resorts amid the romantic beach backdrops make Maui a popular honeymooning spot.

For those who don’t want to just lie around poolside, take an ecotour of local coffee or lavender farms or set a tee time at the Kapalua Resort, home to the PGA’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions. Some points of interest are the Hana Highway, ʻIao Valley, the historic Lahaina Town, but no trip to Maui is complete without a visit to Haleakala (House of the Sun), the world’s largest dormant volcano. Experience Maui’s excitement, beauty, luxury, and more.

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