Maui is the second largest
island in the Hawaiian chain providing miles and miles of diverse
cultures, climates, and landscapes. From the black, white, red,
and gold sand beaches to the pastoral village of Heavenly Hana to
the soaring sea cliffs and seven sacred pools, Maui has something
for everyone. Maui is located in Polynesia near the center of the
Pacific Ocean and is said to be one of the most remote places on
Kahana is located on the
world famous West Coast of Maui between Kaanapali and Kapalua.
Area activities include
horseback riding, luaus, parasailing, scuba diving, snorkeling,
surfing, kayaking, rafting, and whale watching.
Area attractions include
Kepamiwai Heritage Gardens, Bellstone, Baily House Museum, Dragons
Teeth, O'heo Gulch Pools, and Nakalele Blow Hole.
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