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The Valley Isle of Maui offers a wide range of accommodations. The island features world class resort accommodations in areas like Ka’anapali, Wailea and Kapalua. You can also find laid back bungalows in places like Lahaina, Kihei and Kahului. In short, there are hotels and resorts for you whether you’re looking for luxury, family or budget lodging. On this website, you’ll find not only hotels, but also discounted Maui hotel packages. These packages combine hotels with air as well as rental car and activities.
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Maui is an excellent vacation destination for travelers who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of big city life. But you can still enjoy its luxuries and conveniences. Maui has that and much more.
Maui has an amazing aquarium in the form of the Maui Ocean Center. You’ll also find museums and history galore in the former whaling sea town of Lahaina. During winter through spring, you also view humpback whales that migrate here every year. The island’s south coast offers calm water and pristine white sand beaches in places like Ka’anapali and Wailea.
Natural Wonders and Scenery
The Valley Isle also has secluded getaways and natural wonders to behold. Here, you can spend adventurous day trips like on the Hana Highway and beyond. Visit the idyllic town of Hana and the secluded and beautiful Seven Sacred Pools in Kiapalulu. You can also drive the to the summit of Haleakala in amazing Haleakala National Park. Many visitors make the trip to the summit before dawn to witness the Hawaiian sunrise. You can also view some of the rarest birds and plant life at the summit. Haleakala is one of the homes to the rare and endangered Hawaiian nene goose and the silversword plant.
After you visit Maui, here are other Hawaiian Islands where you can visit: