'Aloha' lives here
Maui is renowned worldwide for many things; its beauty, its atmosphere, its history, and its never ending supply of pristine beaches, waterfalls, landmarks, snorkeling and gardens - just to name a few. It's a wonderful place for a Hawaii vacation. There aren't a whole lot of places in the world you can go and experience all you can on the small island of Maui, Hawaii. Extract taken from: Maui Travel Guide
Snorkelling in Molokini Crater is a bucket list item for sure🌀
Endless Surf Adventures
"We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.”
The Road to Hana is a picturesque, curvy road along Maui’s northeastern shore. It is loaded with hundreds of hairpin turns, waterfalls, bamboo and beauty.
Upper Waikani (3 bears) falls
Driving through Keanae peninsula you'll pass a stone church built in 1856, the only remaining building after the devastating tsunami of 1946, which killed twenty four people when waves topping 35 feet crashed into the village with no warning.
Wainapanapa State Park
This park, comprised of 122 acres, features dramatic black-sand beaches, large sea caves, volcanic tubes, a blowhole, and a coastal hiking trail.
Volcanic Lava Tubes
Wailua Falls (113ft)
"Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps a songbird will come."
And if not a songbird a Gecko critter instead😆
Mahalo for taking the time to read 'Aloha lives here' Part 2 #stellerstories #stellerplaces #goexplore #steller