Highlights of Maui, Hawaii

CosmopoliClan presents:

- Palm-fringed beaches - Fabulous resorts and condos - Jade-green mountains - Spectacular waterfalls - Legendary coastal road - Incredible hikes

...  and a touch of


Palm Tree

Discover tropical gardens,  seascapes and waterfalls along this legendary curvy road

Sunrise at Haleakala National Park

Watch the sunrise (or sunset) above the clouds from the summit of the Haleakala volcano

Swim with turtles

Go snorkeling or kayaking at Turtle Town and meet the honu (Hawaiian green sea turtle). Just make sure not to touch these lovely creatures!

Indulge in traditional Hawaiian foods while watching the most colorful Polynesian dance performances. Each dance tells a story of ancient times.

Go whale-watching

Every year, from North November/December to May, Pacific Humpback whales migrate to the warm and safe waters of Maui.

Located near the Seven Sacred Pools, this epic trail takes hikers to a massive banyan tree, a magical bamboo forest and Waimoku Falls

Visit 'Iao Valley State Park

Take in the mystic beauty of this sacred valley. Follow the paved trail to see the 'Iao Needle up close.

Take a surf lesson

Surf's up! Find the perfect beginner surf break and hit the waves. Kalama Kalama Beach Park offers the best surfing in Maui for newbies

Watch the torch-lighting ceremony

Every evening at sunset, a cliff diver lights the torches and jumps off the Black Rock promontory to commemorate the leap of the soul.

Relax at one of Maui's golden beaches such as Kaanapali beach, Kapalua beach, Sugar beach,  Makena beach or Baldwin beach

Chase waterfalls

East-Maui is home to some jaw-dropping waterfalls such as Twin Falls, Upper Waikani Falls and Makapipi Falls.

At the heart of Lahaina stands a giant Banyan tree which takes up an entire block. Its aerial roots formed 16 new trunks that support this ever-growing tree.