Sunday, July 4, 2010

Best Stops Road to Hana Maui



Best Stops Road to Hana Maui

Maui, also called the Valley Isle, is just a small dot in the vast Pacific Ocean, but it has the potential to offer visitors unforgettable experiences: floating weightless through rainbows of tropical fish, standing atop a 10,000-foot volcano watching the sunrise color the sky, and listening to the raindrops in a bamboo forest
Maui continues to shine on as the star of the Hawaiian Islands. You can pack a lot of vacation into the 48×26-mile island: everything from just vegging out on a white-sand beach and watching the waves roll in to an action-packed vacation with adventures in the water (both above and under), on land (from rainforest hikes to challenging golf ), and even in the air (from helicopter rides to flying through the air on a “zipline” excursion).

Nearing the end of the first decade of the 21st century, Maui continues to see renovations at all its major resort areas, improved air transportation, more outdoor and ocean activities, and great eateries for every kind of cuisine from gourmet to plate lunches.
Whether you want to experience the “real” Hawaii, go on a heart-pounding adventure, or simply relax on the beach, this book is designed to help you create the vacation of your dreams.

It can be bewildering to plan your trip with so many options vying for your attention.

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