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We love Maui.  We were there in 2010 and we're heading back in September 2012.
The only down side is the approximate 11+ hours it takes for us to fly there.
I added this page for our friends who want to know more about this wonderful island.  Enjoy!

Hawaiian music

Visit our 2010 Maui vacation page

Map of Maui

Take a Helicopter Ride


Road To Hana Information

 Road To Hana Video

Twin Falls

Pipiwai Trail & Waimoku Falls

Pools of ‘Ohe’o (aka Seven Sacred Pools)

Wai’anapanapa State Park

Wailua & Ke’anae Valley Hike

Jaws (aka Pe’ahi)

Na’ili’ili Haele Stream & Waterfalls (aka “Bamboo Forest”)

Nemo Falls

Waikamoi Stream & Waterfalls

More Maui Info

Driving Maui

LA Times Story about Stars in Hana

Haleakala, Hawaii: Greeting the dawn from on high 

Snuba makes underwater diving a cinch

20 cheap eats for under $20 on Maui


Some Maui Photos

Interesting Places in Maui


Voted the “Best Island Visited” for the last 17 years by Conde Naste Magazine, Maui is truly a piece of paradise. When you arrive at Kahului Airport, the majestic volcanic mountains, sweet smell of tropical flowers, and friendly smiles of the locals will welcome you to Maui.

Iao Valley State Park

This historic and sacred state park is located in central Maui. It is an easy and fun hike through the scenic rainforest and streams with great photo opportunities of Iao Needle--the sacred burial ground for Hawaiian Chiefs and home to the Hawaiian Nature Center.
Visit the Iao Valley State Park.

Kepaniwai Park

A large park ideal for picnics, biking and hiking.
Visit Kepaniwai Park.

Hookipa Beach Park

Considered one of the world’s best windsurfing areas.
Surf Hookipa.

Mount Haleakala

Maui’s tallest peak that stretches from one side of the island to the other, and rises 10,000 feet above sea level. Haleakala means ”house of the sun” and a visit to Maui is not complete without waking up to the planet’s most beautiful sunrise at Haleakala. As you drive up to Mount Haleakala, you will find the farms and gardens of Upcountry Maui, where farm-to-table dining is defining fresh flavors of Hawaii.
Take a Hike on Haleakala.


The town of Hana is also known as Heavenly Hana—for once you drive the rugged coastal road to Hana, you’ll feel that you have visited a slice of Heaven. Hike through bamboo forest, bathe in the secluded mountain waterfalls, or swim in the black, white, or red sandy beaches. Take your pick of Hana Beaches.


Maui’s charming cowboy town and home of the 4th of July Jamboree and Rodeo.
Historic Makawao.


Once a plantation town, the revitalized village of Paia is filled with art galleries, unique shops, homestyle bakeries, and casual restaurants. Mama’s Fish House is the perfect place to have a lazy afternoon lunch.
Grab a Paia fish burger.


Once a whaling outpost known for its taverns and rambunctious sailors, this town is now known for its abundance of great restaurants, shops and art galleries. Lahaina is also the gateway to Kaanapali.
Lahaina, land of the "relentless sun".

Kaanapali Resort

World-class hotels, condos and resorts line this beach area and championship golf course.
World-Class Golf at Kaanapali.


Located on the south shore of Maui, this town has an abundance of mid-range hotels, and condos. The beach is better known for windsurfing than for swimming.
Visit Kihei's beautiful beaches.

Maui Lani Golf Course

This 18- hole golf course is easier to play in the early morning. By noon, the winds kick in, and this golf course becomes quite challenging and fun!
Maui's Best-Kept Secret. Maui Lani Golf.

Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC)

A world-class performing and visual arts center that selects an artist each week from Hawaii and abroad to bring music, exhibits, and culture to the people and visitors of Maui.
Check show schedule for the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.


Maui’s county seat of government and home of historical buildings that date back to the early 1900s and can be toured in weekly public excursions. Wailuku First Friday (the first Friday of every month) brings Market Street alive with magicians, food vendors, jazz entertainers, and headliners from Oahu to entertain the crowds of local people. Shops and galleries extend their hours, and people mingle and dance in the street until closing.
Gateway to Iao Valley.

Maui Hawaii Facts & Info

Here are the Maui Hawaii facts you need for your vacation.
These links will take you to pages about Maui weather, air flights, a map, and more.

  • Maui Weather  --  Charts showing the high, low, rainfall, and ocean water temperature for each month of the year, plus a chart showing sunrise and sunset times for each month, plus today's and tomorrow's weather on Maui
  • Maps of Maui  --  Links to interactive Maui map, plus maps of Lahaina, Kaanapali, Kihei, Hawaii, and the U.S.
  • Hawaiian Flowers  --  Photos and facts about the types of beautiful flowers you will see on your Maui vacation
  • FAQ  --  Frequently Asked Questions about Maui Vacations, with answers
  • Maui Grocery Delivery  --  How to order groceries delivered to your Maui condo or hotel and ready for your arrival
  • Maui Hawaii Time Zone  --  What time is it in Hawaii? What is the time difference between Hawaii and other parts of the United States?
  • Books  --  Recommended books about Maui sights, activities, hotels, restaurants, and background, to help you get the most out of your visit
  • Maui Newsletter  --  Archive of all past issues of the free monthly Maui Newsletter (You can subscribe with the blue button in the upper left corner of this page "Get our Free Maui Newsletter.")
  • GPS Tour Guide  --  Gadget for your Maui rental car, playing recorded audio tour information
  • Hawaiian Gifts  --  Gifts from Hawaii that you can order over the internet
  • Sitemap  --  A detailed outline of all of the over 450 pages of this Maui Vacation Information website
  • Links  --  Links to other websites with more information 

Things to Do...

The best site I found to plan activities in Maui is


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