Maui No Ka Oi (Maui is the best) is what the locals say, and visitors couldn't agree more. The island weaves a spell over the more than 2 million people who visit its shores each year. The roads around the island are lined with rich red soil, Central Maui is still carpeted with grassy green, and the deep blue of ocean and sky mingles with the red and green of Maui's topography. The three planned resort communities along Maui's lee shore - Kapalua, Kaanapali, and Wailea - offer self-contained environments of such luxury and beauty that the effect is almost surreal.

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Sailboat on Kaanapali
Beach, Maui

Hula Dancers, Hawaiian
Beach Luau, Maui

Crashing Waves on
Hookipa Beach Park, Maui

Cows grazing on the
Upcountry, Maui

Jacaranda Bloom,
Upcountry, Maui

Jacaranda Trees,
Upcountry, Maui

Sheraton Resort Pool
Kaanapali Beach, Maui

Sheraton Resort, Maui

Hawaiian Sunset,

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