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Tip: These gentle Hawaiian reptiles are listed under the U.S. Endangered Species Act in 1978.
Sightseeing on Maui
When you decided to visit Maui, there were so many sights you wanted to see. And here you are, time get on the road and take in the world famous sights on Maui.
The beaches are spectacular as are the botanical gardens and waterfalls, plus you can bike, hike and kayak in a natural surround. Visit the ʻIao Valley, or as Mark Twain called it, “The Yosemite of the Pacific” and check out the ʻIao Needle. An air tour will fly you over lush terrain and Haleakala, a massive shield volcano that rises 10,023 feet above Maui’s coastal areas. Take a sailing excursion for spectacular views, wildlife, and during migration season, watch for the blow of humpback whales.
Explore a lava tube and historic towns such as Lahaina and Makawao, take in the million-dollar view from Kula and round up some scenic memories from a ranch or farm.