Maui is the

The island of Maui is called "the valley island", the island spread all over in the Classic town , artists community and local cuisine restaurant, they have existed here for the generations. You can go to Wailuku's "Mom-and-Pop Stores" bakery tasting delicious cakes, can also go to Lahain enjoying the Maui famous food from farm to table. From the sparkling beaches and sacred Iao Valley, to the migrating humpbacks and Harleyakara sunset, it is no wonder that Maui was named "Best Island" by readers of "Conde Nast Traveler Magazine" for the 19th consecutive year.

Maui is best whale-watching points in the Hawaiian islands, where people can see a lot of humpback whales migrates to Awuah Strait near of the Maui island. Every autumn, humpback whales migratory 3500 miles from Alaska to Maui warmer waters, and spend the winter here, and then leave during before and after the end of April. Whales often are small group, composed of several adult whales or a female whale with young whales and male suitors.

Snorkeling is one of the most popular water sports on the island of Maui. The island has more than 30 place suitable for snorkeling and shallow bay beach. The Molokini is more famous snorkeling spot. Surfing is one of the most popular sport on Hawaiian islands. But the island's most famous surfing points is Ho'okipa sea park, where is suitable for high level of surfing and windsurfing enthusiasts. Another popular sport on Maui is kite surfing. Kakha beach focused most of kite surfing beginners, also known as the "Kite Beach".


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