Welcome to Maui, Hawaii
About Maui, Hawaii
The second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui is home to many enchanting destinations for sightseeing and vacation activities. It has been voted the “Best Island” Conde Nast Magazine’s readers for more than twenty years. Just take a peek at the striking black sand beaches of Wai’anapanapa State Park. The name means “glistening fresh water” in Hawaiian, referring to nearby fresh water streams and sparkling pools and it’s truly a sight right out of your dreams. Or check out Maui’s most recognizable landmark, the 1,200-foot Iao Needle in Iao Valley State Park and you’ll see why!
Maui has numerous microclimates, making the small island feel like an entire ecosphere with hot beaches, moist tropical forests and cooler higher mountain elevations – all fascinating and scenic to visit. You’ll find excellent surfing, wind surfing, kiteboarding and snorkeling. Top vacation highlights include the picture-perfect Hāna Highway and Haleakalā National Park with its famous dormant volcano. But don’t stop there! You’ll find no end to the delightful discoveries to be made on Maui.