With over 120 miles of scenic coastline Maui is the second largest island in the Hawaiian chain. At its largest point Maui spans 48 miles wide, and peaks at 10,023 feet high.
One of the wonders of Hawaii is its remarkably stable weather. It is the only one of the 50 states that is both in the tropics and surrounded by the ocean. Maui offers countless attractions, adventures, and exploration. A favorite destination is Maui’s Mount Haleakala located on the North Shore. This dormant volcano offers visits to the top to see the crater as well as biking and hiking tours to enjoy. If you are looking to keep things quite you can visit “upcountry” where you will be surrounded by small towns, local life, and quiet bed and breakfasts, and of course the exquisite Hana rainforest. If you’re looking for a little more day and night action
West Maui has the diversity of fine dining, long stretches of sandy beaches, golfing at the renowned Kapalua golf resort and the fun of Lahaina’s shopping and nightlife. Whether you are looking for fun in the sun, pure relaxation, adventure tours or sightseeing Maui’s eclectic makeup offers you a little of everything.