Lahaina Town is a former fishing village on the west side of the island. You will find a wide selection of shops and restaurants to choose from. There is also a hunting museum is located Maui. It is ideal for exploring the wonders of these huge mammals place. Lahaina is also a great place to take surfing lessons. There are a number of different surf schools can be found here. Finally, the Old Lahaina Luau is a must. If you are interested, go to a luau at all, while in the island is the place. It is smaller and more authentic than those found in the hotel complex.
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The road to Hana is another popular destination for tourists on the island. If you are driving down the road to Hana, the journey would take about two hours to complete, but this trip is not over the top. There are literally hundreds of places you can stop along the way. There are plenty of waterfalls, a rainforest, black sand beaches, several hiking trails, as you can imagine. Once in the town of Hana, you may want to stop at the beach for lunch or maybe a relaxing bath. I recommend renting a 4WD vehicle because the best location, Ohe’o Gulch equals Hana away. If you do not have 4-wheel drive, you are back to where they came from. This road is full of a two-lane roads and curves; and is located on top of large rocks facing the Pacific Ocean.
The Ohe’o Gulch, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, is nothing less than spectacular. There are actually twenty four pools. Natural pools are formed running along the seawater. There are traces of water on the rocks, pools and waterfalls. The best part of the pool is that you have a relaxing bath in them.
Cordoba is quiet in the south side of the Maui island people. It is more likely that hotels and low-rise apartment instead of skyscrapers in the seaside resort of Ka’anapali are so common to find. This is a good place to relax in relatively quiet beaches or perhaps a lesson windsurf or kitesurf.
The Maui Ocean Center is near the bay Ma’alea. The Ocean Center is home to a large aquarium, must go through a tunnel. Is present becomes a great picture opportunity, as you can literally sharks and stingrays huge pool directly overhead.
Ma’alea Bay offers great opportunities for whale watching, especially during the winter months. Mother humpback whales in the shallow waters of the bay to their babies to protect sharks often deeper waters.