Maui Town Guide
Maui has many towns and many regions. The island is quite diverse in its geography so each location brings out something quite special and makes it very different from any other area. The towns that became established on the island of Maui all did so for a specific reason based upon specific geological and historical events and conditions. The fact of the matter is that all the regions and all the towns on Maui have their unique identity and are beautiful in their own way. On the following pages we have presented a brief narrative and some photos to give you an idea of what makes the individual Maui Towns special. You may want to plan your vacation to be able to see as many of them as you can so that you can understand the rich heritage and history and revel in the spectacular beauty that these small towns and cities have to offer.
Kaanapali Travel Guide
The 1960's may have ushered in the "the great society", the beginning of "space travel" and as many people believe, the "age of Aquarius", but here on Maui the 1960's ushered in the "tourist boom" in Hawaii with the islands first planned "destination resort" which became known as the "Kaanapali Beach Resort". Prior to the first hotel being erected on this beach (the Royal Lahaina Hotel in 1962) Kaanapali was simply known to be the (more info)
Lahaina Travel Guide
There's no doubt, that of all the towns and regions of Maui, not to mention the entire state of Hawaii, no place has a richer history and more interesting past than the town of Lahaina. During Hawaiian times this was a land that was populated by the "Alii" or upper classes and the minions that served them. The gentle and pleasant climate which can often border on genuine hot (the Hawaiian translation of the word Lahaina is "land of the merciless sun") was a virtual paradise (more info)
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