Maui, 'The Valley Island', is home to the largest dormant volcano in the world, it boasts stunning beaches and excellent golf courses. Popular amongst honeymooners and famous for whale watching, Maui offers both tranquillity and historic interest where the capital, Lahaina, was once the whaling centre of the Pacific.
Kihei & Ka'anapali
Two world renowned beaches await visitors to Kihei and Ka'anapali with a choice of excellent golf courses, activities and attractions on the island of Maui.
Wailea is a beautiful resort to the south west of Maui that has grown in recent years into the most popular resort on the island. The area has been populated by 4 and 5 star resort hotels each in acres of their own grounds, giving the resort a spacious feel. Beaches are of golden sand and just off the coast there are reefs populated with amazing tropical fish, turtles and crustacea, making it a popular area for divers and those learning to dive.