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Why Visit Maui?

Maui, often called the “Valley Isle,” is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean. It is celebrated for its diverse landscapes, iconic beaches, and the majestic dormant volcano, Haleakalā, which means “House of the Sun.”

Maui’s natural beauty encompasses everything from lush rainforests along the Hana Highway to the lunar-like landscapes of Haleakalā National Park. Its history is steeped in Polynesian culture and the reign of Hawaiian royalty, evident in places like the Iao Valley State Monument. Maui is renowned for pristine beaches like Wailea, Kaanapali, and the famous windsurfing destination, Hookipa Beach.