Hawaii's second biggest island has a developed west side, with resorts like genteel Wailea, more developed Kihei, and farther north, Kaanapali and the historic town of Lahaina. Over to the east at the end of the Hana Highway, the lovely east side is rural, much more low-key, and more native Hawaiian In the middle are highlands leading up to 3,000-foot volcanic crater Haleakala. More info:,,,,,,,,,,

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