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Maui Fast Facts (March 8, 2015)

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Maui Fast Facts

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Maui is the 2nd largest of the Hawaiian Islands, with a Land Area of 729 Square Miles, and is 48miles Long & 26 Miles Wide.

Maui County includes the Islands of Maui, Lana’i, Moloka’i, & Kaho’olawe. Maui is the most visited of all the Hawaiian Islands.

Maui has 81 accessible Beaches with sands of Various Colors; like Beaches ...

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The Pioneer Inn

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The Famous Pioneer Inn on Maui was built in 1901 by George Freeland, on what was once King Kamehameha’s Royal Taro Patch.

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Lahaina Banyan Park

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Lahaina Banyan Park was formerly the Site of the Old Lahaina Fort, built in 1831 to protect against Whalers & European invaders.

Lahaina Banyan Park

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Maui Volunteer Opportunities

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While on vacation, many people do not consider volunteering their time to help the community they are visiting.  3481665930_f539cf95ba_b[1]In fact, you may be missing out on a golden opportunity to see you favorite vacation spot in a completely different light,  Immersing yourself in the culture can create many more lasting memories than a whale watch or a sunset cruise.  I’m not knocking those events ...

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Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas South

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If it is before sunrise in Hawaii, you can still view the cameras. Click the upper right corner and select Switch the Channel. Then select Live Web Cam.
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Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas

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If it is before sunrise in Hawaii, you can still view the cameras. Click the upper right corner and select Switch the Channel. Then select Live Web Cam.

 

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Sheraton Maui

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If it is before sunrise in Hawaii, you can still view the cameras. Click the upper right corner and select Switch the Channel. Then select Live Web Cam.

 

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The Westin Maui Resort & Spa

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If it is before sunrise in Hawaii, you can still view the cameras. Click the upper right corner and select Switch the Channel. Then select Live Web Cam.

 

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