Maui Tourist Destinationsto Maui destinations
According to Hawaii Tourism Authority, Maui welcomed 2. 5 million tourists in 2008. These figures show that Maui is one of the best destinations in the run. Coming to Maui you will breathe a breath of air, admire the majesty of the landscape and sea, undertake adventurous activity, relax and rejuvenate your bodies, minds and spirit.
Yes, all this can be done on the paradisiacal Isles of Maui. H.A. Baldwin Park is good for the family. Besides the sand beaches there are football and soft ball courts, toilets and showers, a rescue swimmer and coin-operated telephones. There is also a small swimming pool suitable for relaxation and play with small kids.
The Kanaha Bacheparc is ideal for wind and kitesurfing. There are also volley ball courts, pick nick desks, showers, toilets and lifeguard areas. One of the most popular kitesurfing beaches in the whole wide web. The Haleakala National Park is ideal for walking and tents. Ho'okipa Park is renowned among sailors and windsurfer for its surf.
There you will also find lifeguard, barbecue areas, toilets and showers. But if you don't go surfing, you can still take advantage of the beaches as they are a good place for snorkelling and bathing in hot sun. Waihe'e is small and has few people visiting, making it a great place if you are looking for a less congested one.
The Big or Makena is one of the best places in Maui. Beautiful blue-green water and the magnificent landscape around the sea contribute to its sophistication. It is ideal for snorkelling, sun bathing and bathing. Chang's is a small sandy spot with shower and barbeque area.
It can be good to go windsurfing, especially in summers. The Charley Young Strand has a perfectly smooth sandy shore and a magnificent view. It' great for bathing and windsurfing. There are toilets and showers on the shore, although there are no lifesavers. The Cove Park is great for long boarding but not for swim, dive or snorkel. The Cove Park in other areas is certainly an excellent place to study windsurfing, as it also offers windsurfing courses.
The Kalama Bay has a small sand and many areas for playing football, ball, basketball, football and ball. Kama'ole is actually three different sized sandalbeaches. One is small with a little wave, and the third has a large lawn. There are lifeguard, volley ball courts, toilets and showers in all our facilities.
Because of its scenic cliffs and sunsets, Keawakapu is ideal for photography. Situated in front of houses, this is one of the most popular beaches in the region. The Little or Pu'u Ola'i beaches are good for body windsurfing, sailing, swimming and snorkelling. It' a naturist sandy area, so don't be surprised if you see nude souls.
The Makena Landing or Five Cave is known for its under water caverns and coral canals. May Poina'Oe La'u Strand Parc is perfect for kitesurfing and watch whales, but not for a swim. There are showers, barbeque desks and toilets in the area. Mualuaka is a great place for snorkelling, scuba dives and swim. It' an perfect place if you have children with you.
Toilets, rest areas, picnic areas, showers and lifeguard services are provided. Snorkelling in Mokapu Park. At low water the shore line becomes large, which is perfect for enjoyment and play on the shore. Known for its delicate sand, Oneuli is a great place for angling, snorkelling, diving or just swimm.
The Paako Beaches or Secret Cove has become a popular place for marriages. Snorkelling is a great sport on this one. The Polo Beaches are famous for their fine sand and unpolluted area. It is an excellent place for snorkelling and whalewatching. Here you will find toilets, picknickertables, barbecue areas and showers.
The Ulua Park is perfect for snorkelling, bathing and snorkelling. One of Maui's best body windsurfing spots. It is also suitable for snorkelling, bathing and snorkelling. The Hana Park is well known for canoeing, canoeing and windsurfing. The Hana Highway is the famed street to Hana.
You will never have a full Maui adventure if you do not drive on this motorway. There are many stops along the way, including the Garden of Eden Arboretum, Waikamoi Falls, Twin Falls Trail, Kaumahina State Wayside Park, Three Bears Falls, Ke'anae Peninsula and Village, and many more.
The Hanamanu has an unspoilt natural beau. It' good for windsurfing. However, a big no is swim because the water has shark. The Kaihalulu Bay is known for its crimson sandy beaches and rocks. Please also note that this is a naturist sandy area. Wai'anapanapa State Park is the best sandy area in Maui.
Though not a good place for a swim, its magnificent vistas of cave and rock, ocean arches, water blues and luxuriant leaves draw many people. The Black Rock is ideal for snorkelling, bathing and snorkelling because of the variety of coral, tropic marine game. D.T. Fleming Beach Park is a popular place for swim, surfing and body-surfing.
Here you will find picknick desks, rescue swimmers and grill facilities. The Kapalua is one of the most attractive in Maui because of the wonderful rain forest. It is an excellent place for snorkelling, sunbathing and snorkelling. Because of its large pools encircled by a rock face, Launiupoko Park is family-friendly.
It is ideal for picnicking and long boarding. The Maui Ocean Center is one of the best Hawaiian holiday destinations. The Napili Bay is a clean sanded, light green sand bay. Snorkelling is good here. The Puamana County Park is a favourite place for longboarding, snorkelling and windsurfing. Here you will find picknick desks, toilets and grill facilities that invite you to take a picknick on the sun.
Wahikuli State Park is ideal for snorkelling, going for a swim, snorkelling, family picknick and being together. There are toilets, picknick desks and grill facilities. It also organizes festivities in memory of its history, its cuisine and its art. One of the renowned festival in Maui are the following: Maui Whale Festival is held in February.
It attracts many visitors who enjoy seeing the different whale related activities. Prizes from the event will be used to finance maritime education programmes for school children in Maui. This is a fundraiser for the Haiku School, the Haiku Community Association and the Boys & Girls Club of Maui.
The East Maui T aro is a yearly event that focuses on T aro, the basic diet of the Hawaiians. Maui Onion is a yearly celebration in Whaler's Village. Maui Kula bulbs, known all over the globe, are the focus of this celebration. Maui Pineanas takes place at the Maui Pineapple Company in Kahului.
It revolves around pineapple from Maui. This Maui Film Festivals shows various movies that can be seen outside on the Wailea Resort Golf Course area. Maui Classic Musical Festivals is a week-long classic musical event.