The Unseen Maui, Part 1

Most people, when they visit Maui, go snorkeling, whale watching, zip lining, ride to the top of Haleakala and take the Road to Hana. But when they get to Hana they turn around and go back the same way. It's when you continue PAST Hana that you see another whole set of Maui Wonders. Hana [...]
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Check Out These Maui Sunset Photos

For your quarantine viewing pleasure, here's a collection of Maui sunset photos.
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Great Maui Waterfall Photos

Here's a photo collection of just some of the thousands of waterfalls you'll find on Maui. Some are 400 ft. high! Many you can see from your car, some of them require a short hike, and a few are only accessible by helicopter. Enjoy the virtual tour! Clicking on any photo will take you to [...]
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Maui on Lockdown

Since I only live 1/2 a block from the beach, I did the allowed thing today - I left the house for exercise, and walked the beach. OMG! I was ALL ALONE! This has NEVER happened before! A mile of beach, north and south of where I was in the photos - all to myself! [...]
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Lucky Lindy’s Life on Maui

Other pilots had crossed the Atlantic already, but in 1927 Charles Lindbergh made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. His flight made him famous and loved in American and Europe, but it was in the middle of the Pacific where he found his home. After his historic flight and the tragic kidnapping [...]
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The Whales of Maui

Just because whale watching, and all other tours, have been suspended on Maui doesn't mean the whales have left. To the contrary, we're seeing great whale jumping shows from the beaches of Kihei and Lahaina. Here's a few photos and a video of what's going on offshore. I can fly! Ooops. Whoa! No I can't.
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10 Common Questions about Snorkeling Maui

Article Courtesy of Maui Snorkeling Lani Kai Do I need snorkeling experience to snorkel in Maui on the Lani Kai? No. The Lani Kai and its crew are experts in snorkeling and SNUBA and they work with beginners and advanced divers alike. While some boats will go on more difficult dives with stronger currents, we […]

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The Mongoose in Hawaii

The 1800s were a time of radical change in Hawaii Westerners following Captain Cook’s discovery of the world’s most isolated archipelago began altering a landscape that had long been dominated by Polynesians. Diseases hit the natives, guns were introduced, and missionaries popped up around the islands with the velocity of a hurricane. Hawaii as it […]

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Aerial Photos of Lahaina

Lahaina Town from the air.

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Maui Like You’ve Never Seen It

An aerial flight is one of the most magical ways to see Maui, and it will probably end up being the memory that makes your vacation extraordinary. Each year, over 2 million visitors make their way to the tropical island of Maui.   Most of these visitors rent a Jeep and spend most of their time […]

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More Surreal Photos from Maui

All of these photos are from the summit of Haleakala, Maui.
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The Hawaiian Monk Seal

Photos and article by Maui Bike Tours Think of seals and odds are you’ll picture the craggy coasts of Northern California or the frigid waters of Oregon’s shores. But an exceptional breed of seal prefers sandier banks and warmer climes. The Hawaiian Monk Seal (whose scientific name is Neomonachus schauinslandi) isn’t generally found on the […]

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7 Unique Spots that Showcase the Real Maui

Planning a trip to Maui? No matter if you intend to spend the bulk of your time lounging on the beach or trekking across the island’s trails: Whatever you choose to do, you’re bound to have a memorable experience. But if you don’t venture far from your resort, this certainly isn’t a bad thing—who can [...]
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Maui Photo of the Day – Planty Keeds

Merrie Tobol shared this photo from the Big Island, from the 1960s. “Kokua” means “Respect.”

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