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Nicknamed "Valley Isle", the mere whisper of the word "Maui" conjures up images of sun drenched beaches with aquamarine water glistening and endless panoramic spectacular views. If you believe in mythology, there once was a demigod named Maui and the island supposedly resembles his body. Supposedly he pulled the Hawaiian Islands from the sea, after this herculean feat he then miraculously lassoed the sun whilst on a volcano named Haleakala. The second largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui is in the state of Hawaii and sits between 2 mountains.
You can trek the up the highest point on the island, the volcano of Haleakala, with no fear of gushing lava swamping you and watch the sunrise. If that sounds like hard work, then go for a drive along the Hana Highway - 60 miles - of 620 curves and 59 bridges to navigate, for the drive of a lifetime through a rainforest and waterfalls. With more than 30 miles of beaches to explore you will come across black, white and red sand with pristine water lapping its shores. Make sure you see the "Banyan Tree" in Lahaina that is over 60 feet tall. It is mammoth as it covers the size of a city block and it shades almost an acre surrounding its branches. Whale watching is high on most people's agendas when they come to Maui, as the surrounding waters are literally an aquarium full of North Pacific Humpback whales when they migrate in the months between November and May. If you are a true water baby then don your snorkel and flippers and go to Molokini Crater, a partially submerged volcanic crater that is listed as a Marine Life Conservation District Seabird Sanctuary. You can play around with Green Hawaiian sea turtles and gawk at some White Tip Reef sharks in crystal clear water with an average visibility range of 150 ft.
Of course, there is surfing - and more surfing - to be had. Surfing has been an institution since 1779 when the locals would take to the ocean swells on wooden planks. Known as the "Sport of Kings" in those days, today you don't need royal blood to indulge in riding the waves and surfboards are no longer planks of wood. Head to the infamous East and West side of the North Shore beaches to get the best waves.
You can go the Maui Ocean Center and get an education on Hawaiian marine life, hit a white ball around a golf course or check out the historic town of Paia and the North Shore area, where you will find cute boutiques and art galleries to explore, beaches to swim and restaurants or cafes to satisfy the hunger pangs. From visiting Lavender Farms to tasting some of the locally crafted beers, you won't get bored here.
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