Maui Trip Planner
Welcome to Maui!
Maui features two dormant volcanoes: Haleakala, the world's largest, in Haleakala National Park and Puu Kukui. Between them lies a beautiful valley with pineapple and sugar cane fields. The most popular beaches are located on the west shore. These include Ka'anapali Beach and Kapalua. On the east shore, Ho'okipa Beach Park is a world-famous spot for surfing and windsurfing. The historic town of Lahaina is well worth a visit for its resorts, museums and cultural activities. Of the myriad Maui adventures available, one of the most spectacular is watching the sunrise from the top of Haleakala summit and then biking down 38 mi (61 km) of winding road to sea level. The Molokini Snorkel Cruise visits a half-submerged volcanic crater famous for its unique marine life. From mid-December to mid-May, the warm waters of Maui attract humpback whales and a number of whale-watching cruises are available.