Maui

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Maui, the island of natural wonders, along with the islands of Molokai and Lanai, offer towering waterfalls, deep canyons, white sand beaches and crystal blue Pacific waters. Here you can watch the sunrise over a volcano or a giant humpback as it crowns near your catamaran bow.

Consider that Molokaʻi is the only island in which native Hawaiians constitute the majority of the population. Add to that, the fact that Molokaʻi is almost completely rural, which means that many islanders still predominately practice traditional livelihoods such as farming, fishing and hunting.

Lānaʻi's natural and cultural attractions are spread out over 141 square miles, down roads more bumpy than paved, through rainforest and pineapple lands and arid, windswept plains. There are only 30 miles of paved road. Four-wheel-drive vehicles are the norm. In Lānaʻi's rhythm and scale, it may take an hour to go 12 miles, but the landscape is part of the journey.

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