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"Maui no ka \'oi." In Hawaiian, that means "Maui is the best." And increasing numbers of visitors are echoing that sentiment as they arrive on Maui, Hawai‘i\'s second largest island, to explore her many riches. The valleys, golden beaches, forested mountains, grasslands and open plains that make up this storied island are home to some of Hawai‘i\'s most famous attractions, such as Haleakala Crater, the old historic whaling town of Lahaina, the road to Hana and gorgeous Ka‘anapali Beach.

The only island in the chain named after a Hawaiian god, Maui remains a magnet for visitors around the globe thanks to a spectacular array of resorts, golf courses, water sports and other recreational diversions

Island Facts

  • Nickname: The Magic Isle
  • Land Mass: 729 square miles
  • Population: 128,000
  • County Seat: Wailuku
  • Highest Peak: Haleakala Volcano (dormant), 10,023 feet
  • Major Airport: Kahului Int. Airport
  • Golf Courses: 17

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