Maui Coast

Maui

Hawaii has always appealed to me for its beautiful beaches and island vibe. Maui has some of the finest beaches in all of Hawaii. It also has some of the most diverse. West Maui offers a number of fine beaches scattered between major resorts (Ka'anapali being a popular favorite), while South Maui is teaming with a variety of beaches along the shoreline from north Kihei to beyond Wailea. The famous duo: 'Big Beach' and 'Little Beach' are extremely popular. East Maui offers few beaches along the Hana Highway, but makes up for it with a beautiful black sand beach at Wai'anapanapa State Park. Plus, beyond Hana town there is world renown Hamoa Beach (voted one of the finest anywhere). If you're up for a little adventure, there's even a Red Sand beach just on the edge of Hana town.

Maui has some absolutely fantastic trails - hikers surely won't be disappointed. You can hike a trail leading into a rain forest or you can hike into a gulch with a 400-foot waterfall as your reward. You can hike along the ridge of Waihee Valley and take a trip to Kauai (or so you'd think from the view) or hike into the erosional crater of Haleakala Volcano where you can view one of the world's most bizarre and rare plants, the Silversword. Whether you want a quick morning hike or a full day trek and whether you're a beginner or an experienced trail blazer, Maui offers a diverse array of trails.

Hidden Waterfall