Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands and the seventeenth largest island in the United States. Maui is also called the
"Valley Isle" for the large fertile isthmus between its two volcanoes. In recent history, Maui was the staging center, training base and relaxation arena for US forces during the Second World War.
Kihei is one of the most rapidly growing towns of the US. Maui has been a subject of popular debate as a fine balance is sought to be achieved between urbanization and growth on the one hand and preservation of natural heritage and beauty on the other.
This beautiful island also attracts a lot of senior citizens who like to retire here.
Famous resort areas on the Valley Isle include Lahaina, Kaanapali, Kihei, Kapalua, Wailea
and Hana. Hana, a tiny village on the far eastern coast is known for its remoteness and is accessible only from a single narrow,
windy, very scenic and highly photographed roadway. Maui is a popular Hawaii
cruise ship destination. Ships dock at Kahului and anchor offshore at Lahaina,
which used to be and old whaling village.
Every year, this paradise in the center of the Pacific attracts scores of tourists who come here for fun and enjoyment while taking in some of the most stunning and beautiful beaches, rainforests, volcanoes, waterfalls and pools. Every vacationer looks for the ultimate in comfort and desires the mobility to tour even the remotest corner of the island and needs roadworthy and reliable transport to do so.
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There are three airports on the Valley Isle:
Sightseeing options in Maui include watching the sunrise atop the 10,000 foot Haleakala Crater, spotting a humpback whale on a whale watching excursion or spending a day browsing through museums, shops and restaurants of Lahaina. All this and more awaits you
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