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Maui the Magic Island

Maui is full of Magic for Everyone


ALOHA!!!!  Maui is known as the "Magic Isle" for a good reason!  If you are lucky enough to visit this island of paradise then 

you will know why.  Maui is probably the most popular of all the Hawaiian islands because there is something special to love about Maui for everyone!   Families love the beach and so many activities to choose from.  Couples love the romance of the island and also the activities, shopping and great dining options.  Even singles will find something to love about Maui!!


Maui is the most popular island in Hawaii!



See why Maui is the most popular location for Destination Weddings, Honeymoons and family vacations.  

 Indulge yourself and visit a waterfall, go surfing, take hula lessons and lei making, smell the lavendar at the farm, visit a winery, check out the Hawaiian Aquarium, whale watching, get a ferry and take a day trip to Lanai or Moloka'i.  You can swim with the spinner dolphins in Lanai. 




MUST DO! Things to see and do while in MAUI











I was looking over your list of free things to do in Maui and I have one that is not on the list.  I have been to Maui 4 times and my son lived in Maui for a year working as a chef in the Westin Maui.

He was  the one who told me about this treasure.  There is a park and bay about 10 minutes north of Kapalua call Honolua Bay Park and Honalua Bay.  You basically follow the highway that takes you from Lahiana and Knaapali Beach north to Kapalua and continue an additional 10 minutes.


 There is simply a sign on the side of the road that says "Honolua Bay Park."  You park your car on the side of the road and walk down a wooden stairway to the beach area.  There are some picnic tables and a park area but the beach is all black rock.  It is the best snorkeling I have ever seen in my life.


You basically put on your gear and slither into the water on you stomach until you get past the rocks and then you will see walls of fish, sea turtles, eels, and just a myriad of colorful fish.  My son had told us the wall of fish was there every time he went snorkeling.  We literally swam through thousands of fish and they parted to let us swim through.  It was just incredible.  Mostly local people go to snorkel there.  Just thought I shouldpass this on.  It is truly amazing.





Contact a Hawaii Akamai or Maui Specialist 262-542-5955 to plan your trip to Paradise!  There are always special activities and Hawaiian Festivals going on. We can help you find the right hotel, boutique resort or condo that works best for you.