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This video starts with the sunrise atop Mt. Haleakala followed by an incredible bike ride down this 10,000 ft. dormant volcano. Maui has the most beaches of any of the Hawaiian Islands and is second only to Oahu in popularity. The road to Hana passes Hookipa Beach where world class wind surfers train, and ends up at Seven Sacred Pools. Pineapple wine is made in the upcountry, and snorkeling and whale watching is popular near Molokini Island. Arts and crafts fairs abound in historic Lahaina. The North shore features Honolua Bay, ranked one of the best surfing spots in the world. Continuing on the rugged road past Honolua is a blowhole that shoots water over 40 feet in the air. The road winds through sleepy Kahakuloa village, past waterfalls, to the Iao valley. Lastly, we visit the colorful gardens of the Kula Lodge, then head down to Makena Beach on the very southern part of Maui.

Approximate running time: 35 minutes (also available on DvD)

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