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Do: Watch a Ceremonial Cliff Dive (Maui) Black Rock, an eroded cinder cone sacred to ancient Hawaiians on Kaanapali Beach, is the site of daily sunset cliff dives. A man dressed in a traditional loincloth lights torches on the rock, offers a lei to the Hawaiian gods above, and dives into the water below as a reenactment of the dive taken by the last chief of Maui. Stay: The Sheraton Maui The Sheraton Maui, a 508-room resort with spacious rooms, a big pool, and a full spa,  arranges the daily ceremony, and guests of the resort can watch (and photograph) the cliff diver as he lights Tiki torches on the hotel grounds on his way to rock.

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Sheraton Maui Resort  

Maui, Hawaii, United States

Do: Watch a Ceremonial Cliff Dive (Maui) Black Rock, an eroded cinder cone sacred to ancient Hawaiians on Kaanapali Beach, is the site of daily sunset cliff dives. A man dressed in a traditional loincloth lights torches on the rock, offers a lei to the Hawaiian gods above, and dives into the water below as a reenactment of the dive taken by the last chief of Maui.

Stay: The Sheraton Maui The Sheraton Maui, a 508-room resort with spacious rooms, a big pool, and a full spa, arranges the daily ceremony, and guests of the resort can watch (and photograph) the cliff diver as he lights Tiki torches on the hotel grounds on his way to rock.

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