For many people the words Maui and Hawaii are synonyms. They stand for endless sun, deep blue waters, romantic sunsets, amazing scenery and total relaxation, and rightly so.
These days, Maui, nicknamed 'The Valley Island' is the main vacation destination in the Hawaiian Islands outside of Waikiki. With many points of interest all within a few hours drive Maui has a diverse offering packed into a small compact area.
On the northwestern part of the Island the former whalers' village of Lahaina offers active nightlife while Kaanapali and Kapalua host luxuries destination resorts with excellent beaches and golf courses. Kihei and Wailea, on the southwestern part of the island are home to numerous budget resorts and condo developments and some of the best swimming beaches in Hawaii.
The road to Hana on the far eastern side of Maui is one of the most scenic drives in the world, winding between lush vegetation, secluded bays and numerous waterfalls. Haleakala National Park, in which one of the world's largest dormant volcanoes is located, offers a magnificent view and the unique scenery of a volcanic area located 10,000 feet above sea level.
From the beach to the mountain, and from the spa to the gold course, Maui is coming as close as any place can to being a perfect getaway destination.
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The Marriott Wailea Outrigger Resort is located on 22-acre in South Maui's exclusive Wailea resort community, steps from the elegant The Shops at Wailea, minutes away from three championship golf courses and 17 miles from Kahului Airport.
Maui Oceanfront Inn is a moderately priced inn located on Keawakapu Beach in South Maui, within walking distance of casual restaurants as well as fine dining, nearby shopping, watersports and nightlife.