Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian islands.

“The Valley Isle” is home to over 30 miles of beautiful beaches, lush green landscapes, exotic rainforests, glistening waterfalls, delightful national parks, quaint towns and artist communities.

With 120 miles of coastline you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches. These world famous shores offer a variety of white, black and red sand, the majority of which being white. Renowned surfing and windsurfing spots as well as beaches to simply sunbathe, swim and relax on!

There are plenty of leisure activities to be enjoyed, many which are water based including snorkelling, windsurfing, kiteboarding, kayaking and of course surfing. Lahaina is one of the main attractions on the island with plenty of shops, restaurants, aft galleries and a wharf which operates sunset cruises and whale watching tours.

Get tickets for one of Maui’s best seaside luau’s where you can eat, drink and watch the traditional Polynesian dances of the locals. With such a multicultural history Maui has a diverse range of cuisine with all sorts of tasty treats to tempt you, ranging from sushi to steaks to thai curries and lots more besides!

No trip to Maui is complete without a visit to Haleakala, the world’s largest dormant volcano. Take a leisurely walk through the stunning lao Valley State Park, a place the modern world seems to have left behind. Perhaps take a tour of the local coffee and lavender farms or sugar cane plantations. Or tee off at the highly rated Kapalua Golf Resort, a regular home to PGA events.

From staggering natural beauty to one-of-a-kind adventures, Maui is a magical, tropical playground. Also a popular honeymoon destination, giving couples the opportunity to really relax and unwind in tropical surroudings.

Why not find out for yourself! The choice is yours!

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