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"The Valley Isle"

Maui is the perfect choice for first time visitors to Hawaii because it offers something for just about everyone. World class resorts, beautiful scenery, abundance of activities, incredible shopping, white sand beaches and crystal clear waters-all combine to make the island of Maui an unbeatable destination! Which is why, for an unprecedented 15th time, Maui captured "Best Island In The World" honors in the 22nd annual CONDE NAST TRAVELLER Reader's Awards Poll. With a score of 90.1, Maui was also voted "Best Pacific Island" for the 19th consecutive year.

Here you will be surrounded by tantalizing choices, explore the historic Iao Valley, snorkel Molokini, bike down the volcano, take the winding road to Hana and dip in the seven pools at Ohe'o Gulch - then slow down and enjoy a beachfront massage, or watch the sunset over the blue Pacific. From the 10,023 foot crater of Mt. Haleakala to the sun-drenched shores of Kaanapali Beach, Maui quite simply, has it all.

Where to stay

Accommodations are available to suit nearly every budget. From intimate condominium complexes to world-renowned luxury resorts with all the trimmings, the choices are virtually limitless!

  • Kaanapali, located in the West Maui area, and revered for it's fantastic beaches, the Kaanapali area offers everything from quaint condominium complexes to luxury resorts, with shopping and restaurants just footsteps away at Whaler's Village.

  • Honokowai, this area, just North of Kaanapali, is primarily filled with reasonably priced condominium complexes, and offers easy access to area restaurants and shopping.

  • Napili, with the one-two-punch of incredible snorkeling, and just about the prettiest beach on the island, Napili is a knockout! Expect a slower pace and an "old style Hawaii" atmosphere.

  • Kapalua, This West Maui resort area is sure to please those seeking an up-scale environment, offering easy access to beaches, golf, restaurants and shopping.

  • Maalaea, sitting where the island makes the bend, Maalaea is home to the Maui Ocean Activities Center, the Maalaea Boat Harbor and a small collection of condominiums.

  • Kihei, a longtime favorite amongst visitors, Kihei boasts South Maui's Kamaole Beach Parks I, II, III, and is bursting with restaurants, shopping and condominium resorts.

  • Wailea, comprised of a string of gorgeous resorts over 1,500 acres, Wailea is revered for it's lovely beaches, fine restaurants, golf courses and views of neighboring islands.

  • Hana, located on the "wet" side of the island, Hana is pristine and slow paced. Accommodation choices are exteremely limited in this area.

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Maui offers so many activities it's difficult to choose, here are a few suggestions

Skyline Eco Adventures- one of Maui's most popular activities, soar over gulches and through the trees on five zipline crossings, a short hike and swinging bridge are also included

Molokini Snorkel Excursion- sail to Molokini, the crescent shaped tip of an extinct volcano off Maui's south shore, and snorkel her crystal clear waters

Whale Watching Tour- the prime whale watching season in Maui is December 1st - April 30th, and a great way to see these magnificent creatures is to take a whale watching boat tour!

Bike Down The Volcano- watch the sunrise from atop Haleakala's crater rim, then descend down the exciting 21 switchbacks on the Western slopes via mountain bike

Luau- Maui offers the best luau's in all Hawaii, choices include The Old Lahaina Luau, Drums Of The Pacific Luau, The Royal Lahaina Resort Luau, Te Au Moana, and Kaanapali Sunset Luau At Black Rock

Ulalena- a live theatrical experience combining hula, modern dance, acrobatic feats and traditional Hawaiian music-woven together to recount tales of the ancient Hawaiian storytellers

Cirque Polynesia- a masterful blend of contemporary entertainment artistry and unparalleled human ability inspired by Polynesia. Cirque Polynesia provides non-stop action with each stunning individual performance as entertaining as the last

Hana Adventure Tour- experience the famed "Road To Hana" on Maui's Eastern shore, passing through the tropical rain forest, past waterfalls and stopping at the Seven Pools

Maui Ocean Center- this incredible aquarium will delight you with 40 exhibit tanks, an open ocean tank and an acrylic viewing tunnel

Do You Want More Activities? Here is a link to all available Hawaiian Honeymoons Activities On Maui

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Island Highlights

  • Haleakala, this 10,023 foot extinct volcano towers over the landscape, offering unparalleled views of Maui and the nearby islands

  • The Road To Hana, only 60 miles long, and filled with hairpin turns, waterfalls, and epic scenery

  • Wainapanapa State Park, just north of Hana, this 122 acre park will delight you with a black sand beach, sea caves and natural stone arch

  • The Seven Pools, at Oheo Gulch, seven crystal pools terrace down the hillside, flowing from one to the next, then into the Pacific

  • Makena Beach, this south shore beach, appropriately nick-named "Big Beach", is truly a sight to behold

  • Lahaina Town, originally an old whaling village, now filled with restaurants, shops, art galleries and nightlife

  • Iao Valley, now an enchantingly tranquil park with wonderful hiking, this was once the site of a bloody battle during the struggle for control of Maui