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With thriving towns and amazing beaches, Maui is the second most visited island after Oahu. Historic Lahaina Town is known for its art galleries and shopping as much as its rowdy whaling days past, while Maui’s Upcountry is known for flower farms and botanical gardens. The twisting and curving road to “Heavenly Hana” on Maui’s eastern tip is Hawaii’s most famous drive. Towering over eastern Maui is the spectacular Haleakala Volcano where you can drive to the 10,000-foot peak and hike into the volcano’s massive summit crater. Maui’s posh beach resorts of Wailea, Kaanapali, and Kapalua are amoung the best places in Hawaii to see humpback whales during the winter months.