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Molokai Sunset


Voted one of the world’s most nchanting islands year after year, Maui fulfills the dream of paradise. Gorgeous beaches, waterfalls and great snorkeling are only the beginning of what it has to offer. The less visited but equally wonderful islands of Molokai and Lanai, both part of Maui County, also offer amazing diversity as well as plenty of charm. To make the most of your Maui, Molokai or Lanai adventure, begin by exploring our travel tips below.


Mark Twain once called Hawaii the “loveliest fleet of islands that lies anchored in any ocean.” Each of Hawaii’s islands is unique, with something special and wonderful to discover. For the very best of Maui CLICK HERE, Molokai CLICK HERE and Lanai, CLICK HERE.


Sit back, roll down the car window and cruise through some of Maui, Molokai and Lanai’s most scenic landscapes with our recommended Perfect Drives. This is the way to travel, whether you’re winding along Maui’s waterfall-streaked Hana coastline or through Molokai’s historic upcountry. For our Perfect Drives recommendations for the island of Maui, CLICK HERE. For Molokai, CLICK HERE. For Lanai, CLICK HERE.


Get up close and personal with island sights and island history on a self-paced walking tour. Ease on down the road with Maui, Molokai and Lanai strolls the whole family can do, including an exploration of Maui’s colorful Lahaina Town. For Perfect Walks on Maui, CLICK HERE. For Lanai, CLICK HERE.


Wondering what to do besides bake on the beach? Our Perfect Itineraries pages outline nearly every type of activity on Maui, Molokai and Lanai, from surf lessons to deep-sea fishing, hiking, museums and shopping. A great overview to help you craft the perfect vacation itinerary! To discover Perfect Itineraries ideas for Maui, CLICK HERE. For Molokai, CLICK HERE. For Lanai, CLICK HERE.

Getting to and around Hawaii is easyCLICK HERE to learn about the many transportation options on each island and between the islands, plus find helpful links to all of Hawaii’s commercial airports.