Where To Go On Maui

Avacation on Maui is really unlike any other. The island is contains so much natural beauty in many different forms and is a place that is so charming and special. Spend any time here and you will quickly discover that Maui is an easy place to fall in love with. During your visit, you will want to see as much of the island as you possibly can. There are must see sites and destinations all over the island, and you can make them part of your vacation to Maui.

When you’re looking for where to go on Maui, these are some of the must see beaches, landmarks, and destinations, found all over the island.

Wai’anapanapa BlackSandBeach
If you take a drive around the Road to Hana, a stop at Wai’anapanapa is on the agenda. There are picnic tables to eat at, restrooms, and of course the mysterious black sand beach, complete with sea caves that are well worth exploring.

Ka’anapali Beach
Of all the beaches on the island, this could be the best, though that is a really hard title to give out. Soft white sand, blue ocean water, and nearby resorts highlight Ka’anapali Beach and you’re going to spend a lot of time here if you’re staying in the area. Enjoy the Huakai Luau, one of Maui’s best luaus, just a short drive from Ma’alaea Bay.

The highest point on the island, Haleakala is a dormant volcano whose slopes play a vital role to the island. There are many farms, tons of activities, and even neighborhoods located on the slopes of Haleakala, and if you want the most amazing sunset or sunrise you will ever see, head up to the summit for panoramic views of the entire island.

The islands premiere snorkeling destination, Molokini is actually the exposed portion of an underwater volcano that is part of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai. The crater acts as protection from the violent ocean, creating an ideal place to snorkel and enjoy the underwater world.

Featuring the most famous street on the island, Front Street, Lahaina is where a lot of the action on Maui is. There are many restaurants and shops along Front Street, the oldest Banyan Tree on the island, and many historic locations around town. Lahaina is a lot of fun, and if you will be visiting during a holiday weekend like the 4th of July, fireworks light up the sky and Front Street is the place to watch them.

Maui Ocean Center

Check out Huaka’i Luau – Journey Through Polynesia at the award winning Seascape Restaurant at Ma’alaea Bay. The Maui Ocean Center is an aquarium and oceanography center located in Maalaea, Hawaii, on the island of Maui. It is the largest aquarium in the western region and largest in Hawaii.

One thing is for sure, you will feel like you’re constantly staring at a postcard, with all of the amazing places of Maui in your sights. The island is naturally diverse and beautiful, and with so much to do, this is going to be a favorite vacation. Where are you looking the most forward to going during your time on Maui?

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