Aloha! Maui is known as “The Valley Island” and is Hawaii’s second most visited island. Maui is known as Best Island in the World” by popular travel magazines. “Maui NO Ka Oi” is what many local residents say. Maui is known for the relaxed and laid back lifestyle with a spectacular atmosphere made up of beautiful beaches, sparkling waterfalls, magnificent volcanoes, luxh forests, and much more.The resort areas of Kaanapali, Wailea, and Kapalua offer some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, rewtaurants, and boutiques.
For those who love a slower pace, there is Hana, a quiet ranch town at the extreme end of Maui. At the end of approximately 600 twists and turns, Hana offers the extreme in idyllic situation. Maui’s most impressive natural land form rises high above the island in unparalleled splendor: Haleakala. It’s a dormant volcano on the eastern side, measuring 10,023 feet above the sea level. It’s crater is massive 10 miles wide and is large enough to hold all of the Manhattan Island. Other landmarks to see on Maui are the world’s largest banyan tree in Lahaina, the 1,200 feet tale mountain pinnacle Iao Needle, and Molokini islet. E Komo Mai, Welcome!
Enjoy Maui’s spectacular sightseeing destinations! Relax on the sparkling sands of Kaanapali, Wailea and Kihei with a refreshing maitai. Catch a whale watchi
Whale Watching is one of Maui’s most popular activities during the peak whaling season between December and April each year. Thousands of humpback whales journey to Hawaii in the winter swimming 2,500 miles from Alaska to reach the waters surrounding our islands. Each year humpback whales migrate to Hawaii and breed, and give birth to their young. In December to early May, the humpbacks call Hawaii home. Peak season is between January and early April. The whales spend the winter here, bearing their young in the warm shallow waters. newborns are 10 – 12 feet long and weigh 1 – 2 tons. Adults may reach 45 feet in length and weigh 40 – 40 tons. In the mating season, males produce a hauntingly beautiful song, a series of whistles, groans, creaks and screeches that are thought to help establish territory or attract females. Although regulations forbid boats from moving too close, these intelligent creatures may approach a boat, as passengers on Maui’s whale watching cruises are often thrilled to discover. Once the hub of the Pacific whaling trade, Maui County is today an official sanctuary for humpbacks.