Maui is the second largest Hawaiian island, seventy-five percent of the island sits upon a dormant volcano one, Maui is among one, if not the most breathtaking place in the world. Maui has everything from beautiful rainforests, majestic waterfalls, and is home to an array of awe-inspiring impressive beaches. This beautiful island annually attracts millions from around the world and continues to be a number one tourist destination. There are a variety of different options for people visiting the Island, including, snorkeling, or a maui whale watch.
Explore Hawaiian Culture
Many go to Maui to be able to relax and enjoy the Hawaiian culture. There is no better way than celebrating Hawaiian culture than going to an authentic Luaus, being able to enjoy a bountiful buffet with drinks, while you hula dance and watch the sunset. If you’re hungry, Maui has some of the best food imaginable and the food is always fresh. The island is a prime fishing destination, home to hundreds of fishermen and features some of the finest tuna available. Poke is a staple in Hawaiian cuisine; it’s a type of tuna that is served raw with sesame oil. If you’re not a fish lover, you should go get a cone of freshly shaved Hawaiian ice, unlike a traditional snow cone; Hawaiian ice has a finer texture, much like real snow.
If you love the ocean, then you’re going to love Maui, the Island has over 30 miles of beaches. This is the only place in the world where you can visit a white, red, and black sand beaches all in the same day. Chances are if you receive a postcard from Hawaii with a picture of a majestic beach on the front, the picture was more than likely taken at Makena Beach also known as Oneloa Beach. Oneloa is the most picturesque beach in Hawaii; the beach is a popular choice for surfing, swimming, and scuba diving because of its crystal-clear water, beautiful sea life, and has the most magnificent golden sand beach.
You could also enjoy some windsurfing; Maui the best place to take up the sport because of their strong winds. Nothing will give you a bigger adrenaline rush than being able to glide effortlessly along the waves. Or you can try surfing, its hands down the most important sport in Hawaiian history; Ho’okipa Beach remains a premier surfing destination.
The waters that surround Maui are home to many different species of whale, most common being, and the Humpback whale. The Humpback is the 5th largest whale in the world, can grow up to 50 feet and this impressive creature can weigh upwards of 50 tons. Whale watching is something that you and the whole family will enjoy, being able to witness the rarity of this elusive, exquisite mammal and enjoy the stunning panoramic view of the ocean. This is a once in a lifetime experience, that will provide you a story to tell generations to come.