Your Destination Guide to Maui

Destination Guide Maui - Your Destination Guide to Maui, HI

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Sightseeing
Sightseeing

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Just because you're in Hawai`i doesn't mean you have to spend all your time on the beach. Maui attracts many visitors to its unique natural attractions such as unique caves, sacred pools, and even a volcano. It might do your skin some good to take a break and do some sightseeing.

Maui | Sightseeing

'Iao Valley
  • 'Iao Valley
  • You can certainly experience luxurious Maui rainforest without maneuvering the 52 winding miles to Hana. Simply drive to Wailuku, head west on Highway 32, and within minutes you'll find yourself surrounded by soaring verdant cliffs etched with sky-high waterfalls and exotic flora abloom.
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'Ohe'o Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools)
Dragon's Teeth
  • Dragon's Teeth
  • Since Maui is now clothed in a green blanket of tropical foliage and prickly pineapple fields, it is easy to forget that it was once created by a volcanic explosion.
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Haleakala Summit and Crater
Hana
  • Hana
  • Possibly the best representation of Hana is the multitude of bumper stickers reading "Thank God For Hana" that cruise the highways of Maui. It suggests that, to its residents, there is no place else on earth quite as wonderful as this quaint island town.
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Kahakuloa Head
  • Kahakuloa Head
  • Legend states that for his morning routine, King Kahekili would climb some 200 feet up Kahakuloa Head before diving into the turbid, shallow waters below.
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Lahaina Jodo Mission
  • Lahaina Jodo Mission
  • While most visitors are familiar with the fabled whaling history of the town of Lahaina, few realize that this historic city of royalty, sailors, and missionaries is also home to a vast number of authentic cultural heritage sites.
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Nakalele Point and Lookout
  • Nakalele Point and Lookout
  • Steep slopes dotted with boulders ejected from old volcanic eruptions meet a wild ocean, rough and deep. Wave after churning wave crashes into Maui with all the strength gained since leaving the stormy waters of the north Pacific.
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Red Sand Beach
  • Red Sand Beach
  • Be sure to stop by Red Sand Beach on the Road to Hana because you won't find anything else like it on the island. Park on the roadside, then follow a short path around the massive cinder cone known as Ka'uiki Hill, where continuous erosion created and replenishes the beach you see today.
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Wai'anapanapa Black Sand Beach
  • Wai'anapanapa Black Sand Beach
  • It's not merely a black sand beach. All the lava rock features here don this deep charcoal hue. Smooth pebbles wash over each other as waves topple ashore. A cavernous rock shelter to the right opens up to the ocean. A sizeable boulder juts above sea level in the near distance.
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Wai'anapanapa Caves
  • Wai'anapanapa Caves
  • Once you've checked out Black Sand Beach, take a short walk along the loop trail to Wai'anapanapa Caves, also located in Wai'anapanapa State Park.
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