Maui offers some of the widest variety of accommodations and chef driven restaurants Hawaii has to offer.
“The Valley Isle”
Known for its pristine Ka’anapali beaches, epic whale watching, road to Hana, black sand beach, seven sacred pools, Wailea’s star studded resorts and stargazing from dusk to dawn atop of Haleakala, Maui offers some of the widest variety of accommodations and chef driven restaurants Hawaii has to offer.
The island of Maui has two distinct areas dominated by visitors on the Northwest and Southwest shorelines: Lahaina/Kaanapali and Kihei/Wailea. Front Street in Lahaina is the primary tourist street in the market. Outside of these areas, Kahului is considered “town” to local residents with surrounding suburbs and a very cute town of Paia at the beginning or end of your road to Hana excursion.
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*Information contained deemed reliable from public sources, but not guaranteed.
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