Sprinkled along the slopes of Haleakala are the picturesque towns of Upcountry Maui. Vast expanses of green rolling pastureland with striking ocean views create an enchanting landscape around the base of the crater. At 3,000 feet, the air is cooler and the trade winds carry the scent of eucalyptus and pine
The Road to Hana – Heavenly Hana has managed to remain an undeveloped tropical paradise completely isolated from the rest of the island. Attempting the drive there is an adventure in itself often trumping the destination. Starting in Paia, this 52-mile journey traverses approximately 56 one-lane bridges and 617 hairpin curves.
The large fertile isthmus located between the island’s two volcanoes is known as Central Maui, including Kahului and Wailuku
South Maui is the hottest, sunniest, driest coastline on Maui and showcases miles and miles of white sandy beaches. Three distinct towns line this spectacular coastal area- Kihei, Wailea and Makena.
Six towns make up the west coast of Maui: Kapalua, Kaanapali, Napili, Kahana, Honokowai and Lahaina. This famous stretch of coast includes perfect swimming beaches where you can snorkel, tan, parasail or surf.