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Its sparse population as compared to the other Hawaiian Islands, makes it popular with visitors who are looking for sophisticated diversions and amenities in the small towns and airy resorts spread throughout the island. From its heavenly beaches to its scenic natural wonders, there are plenty of reasons why Maui has been voted “Best Island” by readers of Conde Nast Traveler for nineteen years.

Maui is separated into five distinct regions: West Maui; home to spectacular resorts, shopping, restaurants, a wealth of activities and some of the most amazing sunsets in the world. South Maui; blessed with miles of sandy beaches and is a place for lazy days and romantic nights. Central Maui; offers plenty of off the beaten path treasures to uncover in small town shops and restaurants of Wailuku or art galleries and performance venues like the like the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. Upcountry Maui; home to ranches, botanical gardens and farms with soaring views and East Maui; famous for the winding coastal road to Hana to the Haleakala National Park , the site of the beautiful Pools of Oheo.

Visitors enjoy whale watching in the winter months, 80 incredible beaches spanning more than 120 miles, the sunrise at theHaleakala Crater 9,740 feet up, a drive on the road to Hana with 600 curves and 54 bridges and shopping at LaHainia, once a thriving whaling port.

The resort area of Maui consists of Kapula, Kaanapali, Wailea, Makena and Hana. Maui contains luxury resorts, hotels, bed and breakfasts, rental cottages and condos throughout the island.

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