Here are 12 Maui photos that could incite chaos in your cubicle.
Let’s hope it doesn’t come to that. Let’s hope you buy some tickets to Maui instead. Take 5 minutes at the office today to dream and get excited for the best trip of your life by watching these Maui photos.
Yes, these places really do exist. It’s a tiny beach in Makena called Makena Cove, or Secret Cove. Even though you’ll sometimes see brides bumping into each other, this beach is very popular for SMALL beach weddings.
One of the many waterfalls at Oheo Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools.) By the way, there are MANY more pools than 7.
ʻIao Needle at Iao Valley State Park in Wailuku, central Maui.
Front Street in Lahaina is an activity in itself. Shopping, eating, Halloween, and much more are great on Front Street.
We don’t have a shortage of stunning banyan trees here on Maui. This one is found in Kipahulu, east Maui.
Molokini Crater is prized for its water clarity and abundant life. Great for snorkeling and scuba diving.
Haleakala Crater feels like a different planet. Mars?
Though most people know it as a departure point to Molokini Crater, Maalaea has quite a lot more to offer including the Maui Ocean Center, great shopping and restaurants, and even a mini putt.
There’s something really special about the la Perouse Bay area. Untouched by development and Maui’s most recent lava flow.
Now share this post with any friends visiting Maui soon. OR BETTER YET, share this post with everyone and go yourself. And before you get here, check out our Maui activities for discount rates and other fun things to do.