2) Maui, Hawaii
Nature lovers will find Maui to be an ethereal destination. When you step off the plane, and are greeted in the Hawaiian custom of a lei of flowers, you’ll think you’re dreaming. The island is part of the Hawaiian archipelago. Heleakala National Park forms the island’s highest volcanic peak. Bamboo forests strewn with breathtaking waterfalls and 30 miles of golden sand beaches await you. For water bugs, snorkeling, surfing, sailing, and windsurfing are among the activities on this island paradise. The Waimoku Falls Trail will take you on an exploration of the stunning waterfalls in Haleakala National Park. A scenic drive along Hana Highway on the island’s northeastern shore is said to be one of the most spectacular views. Here you’ll be amazed at the breathtaking Ohe’s Gulch waterfalls and pools. No trip would be complete without the traditional luau – the customary feast of the island’s.
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