Maui Travel Guides
Step off the plane and into the lavish dreamscape that makes up the island of Maui. Lush green rainforests, steep mountainsides, rolling pastureland, a haunting volcanic crater and 120 miles of accessible coastline make Maui one of the most scenic and breathtaking islands in the Pacific. Couple this with opulent Maui resorts set amongst an intimately artistic city and you’ll see why this island escape continues to be a number one pick for visitors from around the globe.
Maui is the second largest island in the Hawaiian island chain and is composed of two major volcanic areas, the older and extinct West Maui Mountain Range and the dormant Haleakala (House of the Sun). In between the two lie quaint little towns each filled with unique attractions. From divine dinning to humpback whale sightings, Maui has everything you need for an unforgettable island escape.
Maui’s 727.3 square miles are dived into five diverse regions. They are West Maui, South Maui, Central Maui, Upcountry Maui and East Maui. Each region is easily accessible by car and the highways are well-marked making sightseeing easy and enjoyable for the first time visitor.