Maui, the Valley Isle
The second largest island is beloved for its world-famous beaches featuring black, red, and white sand, the sacred Iao Valley, views of migrating humpback whales, farm-to-table cuisine and the magnificent sunrise and sunset from Haleakala. Boredom is not an option on Maui. You can spend one day relaxing on the beach and the next day hanging out with goats at Surfing Goat Dairy then go ziplining at Haleakala National Park. Why not taste “Hawaii in a bottle” at the Hali-imaile Distillery then enjoy a sweet day at the Sugar Museum? Whether you go horseback riding, golfing, ATV riding, or just walk along the beach, Maui has an adventure waiting for you.