Strolling ocean side at Lahaina, Maui, you might as well take a little dip and enjoy the warm Pacific. The water here is so clear you can see coral and goatfish from the shallows by just looking down.
When the swell picks up, surfing is good. When the swell is down, snorkeling and diving are good. If you are not an ocean person, Lahaina town is good.
Bottom line–Maui no ka oi.
At almost 5800 feet above sea level one would want to thumb a ride, instead of walk, to the top of Pu’u Kukui Mountain summit. read more
A waterfall streams over layered lava stones into a small pool below in a tropical rain forest on the Road to Hana, Maui. read more
An Anole lizard sunbathes atop a red ti leaf in Maui, stretching out every inch of his skin to catch the afternoon rays. read more
King palm trees bow in the wind beneath dark gray clouds layered to blue skies above Lahaina, Maui. read more
Lahaina beach lounging ranks high on the list of both visitors and locals alike–soft sandy shores, plenty of sun, and blue skies stretching out to views of Moloka’i and Lana’i make for a great part of any day. read more
A Samoan-style fire dancer–called Siva Afi in Samoa–spins three-foot long knives set ablaze around his body in the dark of a Lahaina, Maui evening during a Luau performance. read more
The clouds separate for a brief moment over Maui, revealing beams of light from above that illuminate the bright green side hills below. In the foreground, Maui sugar cane grows tall as it blows in the Valley Isle winds. read more
This gorgeous rainforest waterfall scene intrigues your imagination, causing your mind to wander to Hawaii and helping you almost feel your toes dip into the pool and the water cascade over your face. read more