The Hawaiian phrase 'Maui No Ka Oi' means 'Maui is the best'. You'll agree, after a visit to the enchanting Valley Isle. Explore the old whaling town of Lahaina and the nearby West Maui Mountains. Or explore Haleakala National Park and its 3,048 m (10,000 ft) volcanic crater. Then travel the road to Hana and experience a true taste of old Hawaii. Or snorkel off the emerald island of Lanai, where you'll delight in pristine reefs and colourful marine life.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
Explore Haleakala Crater, a dormant volcanic crater Hawaiians once considered one of the most sacred places on the island. Haleakala Crater is the highest point on Maui at 3,055 m (10,023 ft) above sea level, so you'll have unparalleled views of the island from the summit. The volcano last erupted in 1790. However, evidence of volcanic activity from long ago abounds in the stunning streaks of grey, red, yellow and black that mark the flow paths of lava, ash and cinder.
|Explore the varied flora of the beautiful Iao Valley State Park and the Maui Tropical Plantation.|
|Go on a whale watch and experience the grace and beauty of one of the earth's largest living creatures, the humpback whale. (Note: This excursion is only available from December to mid-May.)|
Snorkel with dolphins and sea turtles on the Lanai Wild Dolphin and Snorkel Adventure.
Enjoy an appetizing part of island history in a re-creation of Hawaiian luau tradition. The Kalua pig will cook all day on lava rocks in the Imu pit, where you will gather for the Imu ceremony. Then sit back and enjoy Hawaii's delicacies and authentic Polynesian entertainment. No Hawaiian experience is complete without this tradition.
The official currency of Hawaii is the US dollar (USD).
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