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Plan your next trip to Maui with the Maui Vacation Guide
Maui. The Magic Isle. The Valley Isle. Whatever you call it, Maui has certainly made a name for itself. The second largest in the Hawaiian chain, and the first when it comes to magic, Maui has a way of enchanting everyone who visits. For some, a Maui vacation means driving the dramatic road to Hana. Maybe it's exploring local island cuisine, start by staying at Kamaole Sands and choose to receive an exclusive 15% discount at any Denny’s restaurant in Hawaii, or a free meal for your kid! Click here for more information. For others, it's swimming the deep blue with sea turtles. By land or sea, Maui is sure to please every member of a group. And, of course, a Maui vacation makes for an exceptionally romantic getaway for couples.
Maui activities can keep you busy far beyond the days you have available, so consider your options. Take a whale-watching excursion, snorkel with schools of tropical fish, windsurf (or just watch), bike down a volcano, drive the road to Hana, test your skills on a world-class golf course, explore sea caves and tide pools, ride horseback through a rainforest, skim the ocean in a kayak, hike to a waterfall, lay under the stars, fly over the mountains, stroll through an old whaling town and have dinner, wander through art galleries, tour an ancient Chinese temple, or picnic at a winery upcountry. This is just a sampling of what Maui has to offer. Driving and walking tours are excellent ways to explore the rugged red terrain and amazing sun-splashed beaches.
After a hard day of play, you'll want a comfortable place to rest. And here, location is everything. One of the most popular Maui vacation resorts is Kamaole Sands overlooking Kamaole Beach Park.
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