I’ve put up lots of information about Maui already (you can click that Maui link to go to the full list of archives). After almost three weeks hopping around we covered all the main areas of the island. It’s a small island, so it’s not to hard to do. Rather than just tell you which hotels are best, I want you to get an idea of what area of Maui to stay in.
"The Back Road To Hana, Maui" by Randy Jay Braun. This winding and random highway passes through the Kahiki Nui District on Maui. Most local folks call this the "back road to Hana". This section cuts through a jagged lava flow over deep crevices hidden by the green underbrush.
Tropical fruit from Hawaii are available at farmers markets, fruit stands and grocery stores.
Here are the most popular and exotic tropical fruits that you should try when you visit Hawaii. Check out the local farmers markets or fruit stands and look for some of these tropical fruits in season http://travelphotodiscovery.com/tropical-fruit-from-hawaii/
Seven Sacred Pools in Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii. At the Oheo Gulch, also called the Seven Sacred Pools, some 24 waterfalls and natural pools stair-step down into the cobalt blue Pacific Ocean. The gateway route is the dramatically beautiful Hana Highway on the southeastern Maui coast.