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The second largest Hawaiian island, known as ‘the Magic Isle’, offers 33 miles of superb beaches, crystal clear waters and a dramatic extinct volcano.

Lahaina: An old whaling town, which can be reached via the historic sugar cane train from the lovely resort of Kaanapali. Much of the original town still exists, which together with a wide variety of shops and restaurants, make this a popular place to visit.

Haleakala National Park: This is a must see destination - a setting untouched by commercialism and which offers some beautiful mountain views. The highlight of your visit will be the Haleakala crater with a stunning view of the extinct volcano. However, check the weather forecast before you depart as mist on the summit can often set in.

Whale watching: November to April is whale watching season in Maui, when you can hope to see humpback whales blow just off shore.

Hana: The peaceful town of Hana on Maui’s rugged east coast lies at the end of the legendary Hana Highway, which snakes around 600 bends and over 54 bridges along the northeast coast! However, the drive is more than worth the effort, as you pass through breathtaking scenery of rainforests, fast-flowing waterfalls and stunning seascapes.


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