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Bailey House Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

The Bailey House is a historical house and museum operated by the Maui Historical Society. It houses the largest collection of Hawaiian artifacts on Maui, ...  Read more

Haleakala Crater

4.5 star rating: Recommended 245 Reviews

The lunar landscape of Haleakala Crater covers an enormous expanse – so big that Manhattan could squeeze inside. The world’s largest dormant volcano, the ...  Read more

Haleakala National Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 290 Reviews

Haleakala National Park protects the world’s largest dormant volcano, Haleakala Crater. Exploring its huge expanses, it’s easy to see why haleakala means ...  Read more

Hana

4.5 star rating: Recommended 35 Reviews

Hana is a community on the eastern end of Maui, and it might remain largely isolated if not for the spectacular scenery on the Hana Highway that draws ...  Read more

Iao Valley

4 star rating: Recommended 67 Reviews

The iconic rock pinnacle known as the Iao Needle is the focus of Maui’s Iao Valley State Park. Rising 2,250 feet (675 meters) into the air, the unusual ...  Read more

Kahului

The town of Kahului on Maui is often just the starting point for vacations on the island, but if you've got a bit of spare time there are some good reasons to ...  Read more

Kaumahina State Wayside Park

This 7.8-acre park is a popular stop along the Road to Hana, with several hiking trails, covered picnic facilities and scenic views of the coast. There are ...  Read more

Ka’anapali Beach

Ka’anapali Beach is perhaps the most well-known beach in all of Maui. Situated on west the west coast, these three miles of soft, golden sand have been called ...  Read more

Ka’eleku Caverns

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 4 Reviews

Also known as the Hana Lava Tube, these subterranean caverns were created when lava once cooled on the surface here but continued to flow underneath the ...  Read more

Lahaina

4.5 star rating: Recommended 461 Reviews

Whaling used to be the focus of west Maui’s main town, Lahaina. These days visitors come to watch whales frolic offshore from Papawai Point. The low-rise ...  Read more

Lanai Island

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

Lanai Island may be dwarfed by Maui, but it’s the sixth largest of the Hawaiian islands. Pineapples rule on Lanai, but resort hotels are springing up to ...  Read more

La Perouse Bay

La Perouse Bay is a stretch of coastline bordering the Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve on Maui’s south shore. It was named for the French explorer ...  Read more

Little Beach

Little Beach is smaller and more sheltered than many of the beaches on Maui. It is accessed by walking from the neighboring Big Beach, though the two are ...  Read more

Makawao

Makawao is a town in Paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) country beside the slopes of Maui’s Haleakala volcano. The Paniolo culture of horseback riding and cattle ...  Read more

Makena

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 59 Reviews

Makena has the notorious distinction of being the first place where a Western explorer set foot on the island of Maui. When Jean Francois de La Perouse first ...  Read more

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