Maui Sightseeing

Hana Highway

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Referred to as the best island in the world, Maui offers a wide variety of natural and historical attractions which makes sightseeing here amazing. With such a large selection available it can be overwhelming for tourists to choose what to see and do during their vacation. Tons of beaches, coastal trails, volcanoes, valleys, waterfalls and rustic villages cover the Maui Island. Sightseeing is one of the biggest things that most tourists want to do during their stay. Fortunately there are tons of attractions and areas that are great for sightseeing that are either free or only charges a small minimal fee for you to gain entrance.

Maui sightseeing is a great way to pass time during your visit to this majestic area. Throughout the area you can enjoy the breathtaking views that are offered by land, boat and air. The beautiful Road to Hana (also referred to as ìThe Land That Time Forgot and ìHeavenly Hanaî by locals) this 56 mile road leads to the Hana Village. Here you will find a secluded rainforest, waterfalls (which was used in the Jurassic Park Movie), and several lava pool formations. This unique village is great for sightseeing and offers clear blue pools, red and black sand beaches and even a coastal trail. Two the most popular attractions in this small town include the Fagan Memorial Cross and the Hasegawa General Store (Hana’s oldest but thriving company).

When it comes to Maui sightseeing you should take a few days to just explore what the area has to offer. If you enjoy the water you will love visiting the many different beaches and waterfalls that are scattered throughout the island. You can spend the day relaxing on the beach or participating in one of the many water activities such as swimming, snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving, surfing and many other similar activities. Many of the beaches allow free access but for those that do charge the charge is minimal and gives you an all-day access to the beach area.

When sightseeing in Maui you should consider speaking with the locals to see what attractions and areas that they recommend. Often there are beautiful scenery and areas that you would never know about unless the locals actually inform you of them. Taking the time to browse through the towns visiting local pubs, clubs, beaches, restaurants and even local museums and art galleries will give you a better understanding of the local’s way of life.

Maui sightseeing is like no other place you have ever visited. The island is boasting of beautiful scenery, majestic mountains, cascading waterfalls, large volcanoes and other things that you just don’t get to see every day, especially all in one place. Maui has much to offer tourists and most return for repeat vacations once they have experienced what the island has to offer them and their families. Whether you are traveling as a single, couple or family there are tons of things to see and do here. The sightseeing in Maui will give you the chance to capture photos and video of things that you may never see again in your life.

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