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Maui Honeymoons - Amazing Snorkeling Adventures

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Maui Honeymoon Packages
Maui remains a very popular island for visitors for several reasons. Whether your looking to bike down a volcano, or see humpback whales splashing off the coast, Maui is an ideal spot for taking in the beauty and adventure of the Hawaiian islands. This is recognized as the second biggest island in the chain, but still doesn’t feel over crowded.

The landscape of Maui is diverse, the remnants of old volcanic eruptions remain as you tour the island (specifically West Maui where the last recorded eruption was in the late 1700s). Some of the resources that Maui is well known for include coffee, sugar, pineapple, and papaya. Many visitors to this island enjoy the ability to find waterfalls easily, a national park, and gorgeous beaches. It is frequently recognized by many travel magazines as one of the best tourist destinations in the world.

The weather in Maui is ideal (averages of 75-82 degrees year round), moderated by the trade winds that pass through. The island receives rain although it is usually light and usually passes by quickly. There is one main airport and two other small airfields. It is a really quick 30 minute flight from Oahu if traveling by airplane.

Best Places To Stay in Maui

In Kapalua – Located in the northwest part of Maui, Kapalua Resort is a sprawling area of more than twenty thousand acres. The several white sand beaches here are considered prime spots for all sorts of water activities or beach lounging. The land hosts a mix of different attractions including natural sanctuaries, two amazing golf courses, prestigious resorts, and eclectic restaurants.

Aston Kaanapali Shores

Rated One of the Top Hotels In Maui

The Gardens at West Maui

The Ritz Carlton Kapalua Hotel

In Lahaina – The historic town of Lahaina is on the west side of the island. This place served as the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii for 25 years during the early part of the 19th century before moving to Honolulu. Also around this time, it was used a whaling village. Today, the harbor is used to ferry visitors out to view these magnificent ocean creatures.

Sheraton Maui Resort and Spa

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa

The Westin Maui Resort

In Wailea - Known for its great golf courses and nice beaches, Wailea is nicely situated at the southern section of Maui. Besides the stellar hotels here, you can find a ton of activities, including great snorkeling or diving areas and outdoor running or walking at the parks. The shopping here is also worth checking out, even if you don’t plan on staying in this area.

Four Seasons Resort Maui

Wailea Beach Marriot Resort

Fairmont Kea Lani Maui

Activities & Things To Do

Old Lahaina Luau - This Luau is a favorite among visitors to Maui. It is located on Front St. in Lahaina. A great place for good food, an open bar, shows and other activities for any age group.

Island Value Pass - Great deal on 4 family type attractions (Atlantis Submarine, Maui Ocean Center, Maui Tropical Plantation, and the Bailey House Museum) on Maui.

Maui Downhill - What could be better than waking up early to see the sunrise from Haleakala National Park’s Volcano (the largest dormant volcano in the world), then cruise all the way down on a bike, enjoying the panoramic views of neighboring islands and the lush Maui landscape.

Day Trip To The Hana Coast - A professional guide will spend the day with you as the group travels to the eastern side of the island on the Hana Highway. You will see waterfalls, beaches and other sites along the way. According to many people who take this tour, it is the highlight of their Hawaii trip.

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