Best Healing Spots - Maui Island

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Best Healing Spots - Maui Island

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Best Healing Spots - Maui Island

Maui is the second largest island in the Hawaiian Islands. While you can enjoy nature in areas such as Haleakala National Park, there are resorts on the west and south sides of the island, where you can enjoy yourself in a superb paradise. Maui also has many beaches where you can enjoy marine sports such as surfing or experience whale watching. Overall, Maui is a highly recommended destination for those seeking the ultimate relaxation experience.

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Maui Island Power Spot: Haleakala Mountain

Maui Island Power Spot: Haleakala Mountain Maui Island's highest peak is Mount Haleakala with an altitude of 3000m. An active volcano until 1970, the supreme view from the top of the mountain is said to be powerful enough to change your view of life. Optional tours include night sky observations, sunrise worship, trekking tours, and helicopter flights above the impressive crater. The summit is accessible by car should you wish to travel there by yourself. Sunrise and sunset are recommended times to what many consider to be the best tourist spot in Maui.

Kaanapali Beach Resort: Considered the best beach in the United States

Kaanapali Beach is widely regarded as the best beach in America. Kaanapali Beach Resort, which has a white sand beach of about 5km, is fully equipped with marine activities and shopping. After a relaxing day at the hotel pool or beach, you can enjoy shopping and dinner at a delicious restaurant. Why not relax your mind and body at Kaanapali Beach Resort where you have everything you could ever possibly want?

The nostalgic town of Lahaina

Lahaina, a tourist attraction on the west side of Maui, is a seaside town with a nostalgic atmosphere. Lined with elegant buildings, Lahaina was the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii in the first half of the 19th century and was often crowded with whalers and sailors. Eventually, the whaling industry declined, but it developed as a resort tourist destination while preserving the scenery. Lahaina also has a strong power spot in Hawaii, the Howola Stone, and it is a spot you should definitely visit if you come to Maui. There are also many unique galleries in the town and plenty of shopping and gourmet foods to enjoy.


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