Maui - The second-largest island in the Hawaiian

Maui is the second-largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago, located in the central Pacific Ocean and part of the United States.

The island is known for its diverse landscapes, including lush rainforests, volcanic mountains, and stunning beaches.

Home to the dormant Haleakalā Volcano, the national park offers visitors breathtaking views

Maui is a popular destination for whale watching, especially during the winter months

This scenic drive along the island's eastern coastline is famous for its winding roads, numerous waterfalls, and lush rainforests.

Maui offers a variety of water-based activities, such as surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and windsurfing

The island has a rich cultural history influenced by its native Hawaiian, Polynesian, and colonial past

Maui is committed to preserving its natural resources and has implemented various eco-friendly initiatives