Maui City Spotlight

It's hard not to love the beautiful island of Maui with all of the attractions anyone can enjoy.


Home to the worlds largest dormant volcano, Haleakala, Maui makes for an excellent location for hiking, biking, walking, and exploring the spectacular island. It is also one of the few locations where you can physically drive through a rain forest.

Maui is considered a two season year with common rainfall. Elevation on the island varies greatly, so weather over those different altitudes changes drastically as well. Maui typically has temperatures between 75-90 degrees Fahrenheit year round. It is nicknamed The Valley Isle because it is located in between two mountains.

Just under 200,000 people live in Maui. The people in Maui are also hold the title of highest life expectancy in the United States. The island claims Hawaiian and English as the official language. Typically actives residents participate in are hiking, surfing, windsurfing, canoeing, jet skiing, whale watching, snorkeling, and luaus. Luaus are a combination of singing and dancing with buffet dinners.

The island has many unique attractions such as rainbow sand. Black sand comes from pulverized lava rocks, White sand comes from coral and shells, and the red sand is created by iron rich lava rock. The three different sand types make up more than 30 miles worth of beach around the island. No wonder Maui has been voted the world best island.

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