Maui - Your Vacation Paradise

by Martin Haworth - Date: 2006-12-19 - Word Count: 545 Share This!

The island of Maui is the perfect destination for a fun-filled and relaxing getaway.

One of the most popular Hawaiian Islands, Maui is a tropical paradise filled with amazing sights, incredible beaches and thrilling recreational activities.

By the time you finish reading about Maui, you'll be ready to pack your bags and head for the Hawaiian Islands. Maui's extensive stretches of gorgeous sandy beaches will leave you breathless.

For the perfect afternoon in the sun, visit the shores of Kaanapali Beach, which is considered on of the best beaches on Maui because of the great snorkeling at Black Rock.

Pristine sand and beautiful scenery can be found at Kapalua Beach, which is known for its exceptional swimming and sunbathing.

If you want the windsurfing experience of a lifetime, head to Maui's northern shore. Hookipa Beach Park is world-renowned for incredible windsurfing conditions. Expert surfers should head over to Honolua Bay during the winter for some incredible waves.

Haleakala National Park is great for hiking and nature lovers. The park has one of the world's largest dormant volcanoes. You can hike up to the summit of the crater for a bird's eye view of the gorgeous green landscape below.

While you're at the park, don't miss out on the Kuapo Gap Trail or the Kipahulu Area. Respectively, you can check out the various ecological areas surrounding the mountain or experience awe-inspiring waterfalls and subtropical rainforests.

If you want to check out the culture and city life on Maui, head to Lahaina. The famous Old Lahaina Luau attracts many visitors to experience traditional music, cuisine and crafts in an authentic island experience.

Lahaina's Front Street has many great restaurants, shops and boutiques. Pick out some island-themed souvenirs for the friends and family back home.

One of the most incredible experiences you can have while visiting Maui is at the Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary. You are especially lucky if you are visiting the west side of Maui, near Kihei, between September and May because you have the opportunity of going on a guided boat tour or whale-watching cruise.

The winter and spring months are ideal for sighting the humpback whales in their amazing and breathtaking water acrobatics. If you are unable to get a close encounter with the humpbacks, chances are you can see them in the distance from the shores of Maui.

How can you resist choosing Maui for your next vacation? Once you've figured out all the fun things you want to do and see, you should consider your accommodations.

Maui has many vacation rentals on the west side. You can choose a resort condo, a beachfront villa, or a luxurious home. In a vacation rental, you will be comfortable and close to all the attractions you want to see.

Whether you choose to stay near the beautiful beaches or on a scenic hill, a vacation rental is the perfect way to spend your Maui vacation. Rentals on the island fill up fast, so you will want to make arrangements for your rental as early as possible.

The Hawaiian Islands are incredible places to spend a restful and romantic vacation, but Maui really stands out as an exceptional vacation locale.

Don't miss out on this gem of the Pacific and make your arrangements for a vacation rental as soon as possible and experience the unique beauty of the island of Maui.

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2007 Martin Haworth is travel writer and online information resource. He enjoys all aspects of sharing his research on his many vacation and travel favorites. He has a website with much more information on Hawaii and especially Hawaiian cruises at

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