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Hawaii's second largest island, Maui has a diverse natural landscape that includes the most miles of swimmable beach of any Hawaiian island and the world's largest dormant volcano. Read more

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Maui Travel Guide

Hawaii's second largest island, Maui arguably lives up to its boastful slogan "Maui no ka 'oi" ("Maui is the best"). Its diverse natural landscape includes the most miles of swimmable beach of any Hawaiian island, the world's largest dormant volcano, and a variety of microclimates that range from desert to jungle (and temperatures that plunge below freezing at its highest elevations). The island is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts: There's windsurfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, road and mountain biking, and, along the state's scenic Hana Highway in East Maui, hiking trails, waterfalls, natural pools, and remote beaches. Most accommodations are fairly concentrated within South and West Maui. Read more

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