From the top of its dormant
Haleakala volcano crater to its lush rain forests,
pristine beaches and rainbows of tropical fish
in the offshore valleys and reefs, the Hawaiian
island of Maui offers a magical dream-vacation
in the Pacific Ocean.
Maui, named for a Polynesian
god, is as close to paradise as it is possible
to get. Originally six different volcanoes created
a single landmass that, over the millennia, separated
to become the islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai
and Kahoolawe. All remain administratively linked
today as Maui County.
Maui is the second largest
of the populated Hawaiian islands (after Hawaii
Island/Big Island itself), and also boasts the
second largest population in the state.
Its two main features
are the Haleakala crater (the name means 'house
of the sun'), which is the largest dormant volcano
in the world, and the underwater valleys that
connect Maui with its sister islands in the surrounding
ocean, providing shelter for an abundance of marine
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