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MAUI The Valley Isle
Called the "The Valley Isle" because its valley was formed between two volcanoes, Maui provides a variety of experiences from active to serene.
Maui is home to Lahaina, a historic 18th-century whaling port. Each year from December through March, the whales return to the warm shallow waters of Maui to give birth and nurse their young.
You can travel to the top of Haleakala, a 13,000 ft. dormant volcano that forms the Southeastern portion of the island. Maui's famous Road to Hana transverses some of the most picturesque landscapes in the world.
Maui vacations offer a combination of fun and beauty. You can visit this island again and again and still not have time to do everything, or dine in all of its restaurants.
If you enjoy the ocean, Maui has miles of beaches and endless varieties of water activities. Golfing and tennis opportunities are abundant. Or if you prefer, bring your beach towel, catch some sun and play in Maui's refreshing waters.