From the volcanic slopes of Haleakala, to the luxury resorts of Kaanapali, "The Valley Isle" blends the charm of the past with modern-day-excitement.
Haleakala National Park is home to Maui's highest peak of the same name. Haleakala means, "house of the sun." Visitors flock to the park to see the magnificent not-to-be-missed sunrise. Hiking above the clouds and horseback riding are among the experiences you can enjoy here.
Meanwhile, Maui has some of the best whale watching in the world. Whale-watching season is in full swing from early November until mid-May and the island's south and west shores are some of the best spots for sightings. You can get an even better view on a guided boat tour.
Or if you'd rather soak up the sun on the sand, Maui has more than 80 pristine beaches with a combined shoreline spanning 120 miles.
For an unforgettable experience, embark on one of the world's most scenic drives, the Road to Hana. With 600 curves and 54 bridges, it's a journey that's well worth the beauty you'll see at the end and along the way.