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Surrounded by the blue Pacific Ocean, Maui's Magic is evident in this offshore photo.
Come on in and join us on a virtual tour of this magical island.
|Maui is full of historical legends such as: the Battling chiefs of the Island, the life giving Canoe Plants and Maui the Demi-God.||Visitor's to Maui are often more interested in the fabulous sites, both natural and man made, to see on this island. Some of the most popular are: Haleakala Volcano, Hana and it's famuous road, Iao Valley, and the seaside town of Lahaina.||Some Popular Activities on Maui include: Humpback Whale Watching, Hiking at Haleakala and various beach activities|
The State of Hawaii is made up of many islands formed by volcanic activity. Some of which are still very unspoiled and retain thier unique flora, fauna and cultures. Maui is one of the most popularly visited of the Hawaiian Islands. The others being Oahu, Hawaii , Kauai, Lanai and Molokai.
Maui was formed by the action of two volcanoes. West Maui is dominated by the 5,788 ft Puu Kukui volcano which was the first to form and is now extinct. It is more rugged and deeply eroded than East Maui. East Maui is dominated by the younger and larger 10,023 ft Haleakala volcano. This volcano is now dormant. While it was still growing, enough lava flowed down its slopes to back up at the base of Puu Kukui (West Maui volcano) to form the central isthmus which connects the two ends of the island. This isthmus or saddle is now a rich agricultural area.
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