Maui is the second-largest of the Hawaiian islands and is divided into two main sections, with valleys, mountains and volcanoes featured on both sides. Much of the interior of the island is filled with ancient craters and rocky terrain, so you are in for quite an excursion. Explore the Haleakala Crater for a first-hand look at the forces that created all the Hawaiian Islands, then Kaanapali Beach for some down-time in the sun and waves, or maybe even zip lining!
Pick up some shaved ice or ice cream to keep you cool while strolling around the streets, or visit one of the pineapple plantations to learn about one of the island's most popular fruits. In town, you will find delectable pastries and fresh farm-to-table dishes that celebrate the best of Hawaiian food culture.
Check out the fantastic weather in Maui!