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Aloha from the Magic Isles of Maui 

Ahhhhhh... spring.  Here on Maui spring starts with the Celebration of the Arts and then moves on to Earth Day, as Mauians mark a commitment to "malama a'ina" (care for the land).  It goes on from there, featuring the Magic Isles' culture, food, hula and more. 

We know you'll enjoy our feature stories this time out.  Island Hopping, Kapalua's new hiking trails, and  Maui's Golf Coast all highlight Maui Nui's spectacular and accessible natural environment.

Then, more answers to your questions and the latest "broke da mout" (that's our way of saying "delicious") island recipe.

Finally, a Maui visitor shares her Maui music story -- all about slack-key and Aloha!

Enjoy!


IN THIS ISSUE:
·  Maui, Moloka'i and Lana'i:  Natural for Island Hopping

Many travelers have been to their favorite vacation destination, the Hawaiian Islands, time and again, and remain eager to return. Now is the time to get creative with your itinerary and take a multi-island trip you’ll never forget.

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· Enjoy Stunning Vistas In Two New Hiking Trails In Kapalua
Kapalua Resort has opened of two hiking trails – the Village Walking Trail and Maunalei Arboretum Trail.  These trails represent the first in a series of over 100 miles of planned walking and hiking trails throughout the resort's 23,000 acres. Designed for all fitness levels, these trails are  complimentary and open to visitors and local residents. 

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· Play Maui's Golf Coast For A Perfect Par!

For golfers who think performing below par is a good thing, a golf vacation to Maui is sure to be a hit. With 9 championship courses in four spectacularly scenic resorts, no one’s got a scorecard quite like the magical island of Maui. 

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· FAQ's about visiting Maui

Our answers to your most pressing questions about vacationing in Maui's Magic Isles

· Chef's Corner

The latest and tastiest from one of Maui's most famous and creative chefs.

· Maui Nui Events Calendar

Our comprhensive guide to events and occasions on Maui, Moloka'i and Lana'i

· My Favorite Maui Moment

A Maui visitor learns how to make Maui Music with Aloha


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