Maui Info

Maui Information

The island of Maui is is the second largest Hawaiian Island. It is known as "The Valley Isle" due to the saddle created by the peaks of Haleakala and the West Maui Mountains. The island offers beauty in abundance. Boasting 120 miles of coastline, Maui has more accessible beaches than any other Hawaiian island. Venture from the shores up to the top of Haleakala and overlook Maui and the Pacific Ocean from more than 10,000 ft. elevation. Whether you are a seasoned travler or visiting us for the first time, you will see why Maui continues to be recognized as one of the premier travel destinations in the world. 

With countless incredible sights to see and corners to explore let us help you find the activities you'd like to do. From snorkel boats to helicoptor tours, hourseback riding to ATV tours, Luaus to Hula shows, you're sure to find an option for most anything you'd like to do.