Maui's growing popularity may lure you into its towns with exciting activities and miles of beaches, but don't forget about the natural landmarks that set it apart from the other Hawaiian Islands. Visit the likes of Dragon's Teeth or Haleakala Summit for sweeping views of the lava slopes, once barren, now teeming with Hawaiian flora and fauna. If that's too hot for you, take a dip in the cool, glistening pools of Wai'anapanapa Caves or 'Ohe'o Gulch. Most natural landmarks are accompanied by Maui's ubiquitous hiking trails, so be sure to wear your hiking gear.
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