Maui, Hawaii
Population: 144,444

Maui is known as the "Valley Isle" for - you guessed it - lotsa valleys. Its geography is unique in that it was formed by two volcanoes that merged to create an uber volcano that geologists like to call a "volcanic doublet." Whale-watching fans can spy humpback whales, an endangered species, during the winter months. A popular tourist activity is driving the Hana Highway along the east coast of the island. It's a windy adventure through black sand beaches and waterfalls but worth it for the scenic beauty. Just don't drive too fast or locals may yell "slow down, mainlander!" Other hotspots are the town of Lahaina, Kaanapali, and Haleakala National Park.

Popular Maui, Hawaii Tourist Attractions
Black Rock
Dragon's Teeth
Haleakala Crater
Iao Needle State Monument
Big Beach at Makena
Maui Ocean Center
Seven Sacred Pools
The Road to Hana
Waimoku Falls
Maui, Hawaii Tourist Attractions
Ahihi-Kinau Natural Preserve
Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum
Hale Hōʻikeʻike at the Bailey House
Baldwin Home Museum
Banyan Tree Park
Black Rock
Church of the Holy Ghost
D.T. Fleming Beach Park
Dragon's Teeth
Enchanting Floral Gardens
Haleakala Crater
Hamoa Beach
Hana Maui Botanical Gardens
Hauola Stone
Honolua Bay
Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center
Iao Needle State Monument
Kaanapali Beach
Kaeleku Caverns
Kapalua Beach
Kula Botanical Garden
Lahaina Animal Farm & Guest Ranch
Lahaina Jodo Mission
Little Beach at Makena
Makawao Union Church
Makena Beach

Maui Ocean Center
Nakalele Blowhole
Napili Beach
Olivine Pools
Paia Surfboard Fence
Palapala Hoomau Church
Seven Sacred Pools
The Road to Hana
The Sacred Garden of Maliko
Wailea Beach
Waimoku Falls
Whalers Village Museum
Wo Hing Temple Museum

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