Learn more about the Island of Maui

Maui is the second-largest and second most populous Hawaiian island. It is located between the island of Oahu and the Big Island Of Hawaii. Each of its six distinct regions has something special to offer its residents. Many people who come to Maui as tourists fall in love with this enchanting island and decide to make the move to their special piece of paradise in West Maui, South Maui, North Shore Maui, Upcountry Maui, Central Maui or East Maui.

Beach lovers looking for a luxurious home with spectacular views in posh Wailea, Makena and the other sun-kissed communities along South Maui's Pacific shores have lots of options. And with ideal weather throughout the year, golfers are also attracted to South Maui. The three courses at the Wailea Golf Club feature lushly landscaped fairways and amazing ocean vistas. Shopping, dining and nightlife by the beach are also first rate.

North Shore Maui attracts surfers from around the world. Hikers find its stunning waterfalls and jungle trails simply irresistible. City slickers who want to live the cowboy life love the ranches, vast farmlands and cooler climate of Upcountry Maui. Central Maui is the island's population center and business district. It is home to government offices, the University of Hawaii Maui College, malls, museums, tropical gardens and the Maui Ocean Center, one of the largest reef aquariums in the world. East Maui is a remote, rainy and peaceful place. Many residents make a living from fishing and farming. And West Maui is where Lahaina is located. Previously the capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom, this area of Maui is now known for its art galleries, winter whale watching, water activities and the fine shops and restaurants of beach side Whalers Village.

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