The island of Maui was formed by two volcanos that erupted long ago - the extinct 5,788-ft Puu Kukui and the dormant 10,023-ft Haleakala (now the centerpiece of a national park). The resulting depression between the two is what gives Maui its nickname, the Valley Isle.

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Surfer at Hookipa
Beach Park, Maui

Keaku Falls,
Road to Hana, Maui

Kaanapali Shores, Maui

Hawaiian Torch Lighting
Ceremony on Black Rock

Hawaiian Lights Torch
on Black Rock

Hawaiian Torch's Lit,
Signifying the end of day

Windsurfer at Hookipa
Beach Park, Maui

Kaanapali Resorts, Maui

Waves at Hookipa
Beach Park, Maui

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