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Chapter 1: The Island of Maui Chapter 2: When to Go Chapter 3: Getting Around By car By taxi By shuttle By ferry Chapter 4: Points of Interest 1. Haleakala National Park 2. Road to Hana: Route 360 3. Iao Valley State Park 4. Makena State Park 5.MoreChapter 1: The Island of Maui Chapter 2: When to Go Chapter 3: Getting Around By car By taxi By shuttle By ferry Chapter 4: Points of Interest 1. Haleakala National Park 2. Road to Hana: Route 360 3. Iao Valley State Park 4. Makena State Park 5. Hookipa Beach Park 6. Kaanapali Beach 7. Hawaii Nature Center Chapter 5: Places to Eat 1. The Plantation House Restaurant 2. Serpicos Pizzeria Maui 3. Merrimans Kapalua 4. Sarentos On The Beach 5. Threes Bar and Grill Chapter 6: Places to Stay Chapter 7: Fast Facts About Maui Conclusion Author Bio The Island of Maui The Hawaiian archipelago is made of a series of volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean and spans 1,500 miles from the Kure Island in the northwest and to the Big Island in the east. It has an area of 6,459 square miles. Maui is situated on the eastern end of the chain and is the second largest in the chain of Hawaiian Island which consists of 8 major islands and 124 islets. Maui caters to any type of tourist whether rich or budget conscious. It is often called the playground, to all sorts of tourists. Those who go to Maui are looking for wide adventures and an escape from the large crowds like the one in Oahu. The island of Maui is graced with abundant pristine beaches where tourists could either go swimming or hit the surf for a remarkable windsurfing experience. The scorching sun is also at its most intense because the volcanoes in the island block the precipitation from getting to the shielded side of the island. Whereas the west coast of Maui is barren, its east coast is a paradise of green valleys, ethereal forests, and captivating waterfalls. The island is not only perfect for beach bums, but also for the nature lovers. Maui is a perfect getaway place for a Hawaiian vacation. There is not any place in the world where you could experience almost everything on a small island such as Maui. More so, there is nothing to worry about traveling in Maui because attractions are accessible through vehicles as the roads skirt the edges of the islands coastline.