Maui, the second largest of Hawaiian islands is where you can hear the twang of a steel guitar and feel the balmy breezes. Maui’s entire west coast is fringed with golden sands, full of resorts, beach towels and boogie boards.
Maui boasts world-class conditions for anything that involves a wave.
Exploring on land is equally awesome, especially the hike to watch the sun rise over the moonscape surface of Haleakala, the world’s largest dormant volcano.
Then there’s the jungly cliff-hugging Hana Highway, soaking up waterfalls and swimming holes.