1. All of Maui's beaches are public. This allows you to enjoy any beach or shoreline you want without the worry of trespassing on someones property.
2. As the birthplace of surfing, there are many surf schools located in Kihei, Lahaina and Kaanapali to get you out in the water for your first surfing experience.
3. Have you ever seen a Humuhumunukunukuapuaa? As the state fish, you're likely to see one while your out snorkeling, or stop by the Maui Ocean Center.
4. With tons of hiking, your sure to find a trail all to yourself!
5. Want to impress someone? How about visiting the most remote place in the world? Maui, as part of the Hawaiian chain of islands, is the most remote place in the world. You can't visit a location anywhere else that is as far from a continent than Hawaii.
6. Do you enjoy sunrises and sunsets over the water? Maui is arguably the most amazing place in the world for sunrises and sunsets. After all, Maui's largest mountain is called Haleakala, which translates as "The house of the sun." You can watch the sunrise from Hana (in the east), or from the top of Mt. Haleakala and then head down to the beaches of the Lahaina, Kaanapali, Kihei or Wailea for the sunset! Or, simply turn around towards the west, if you're still on top of Mt. Haleakala for the sunset at 10,000 foot elevation.