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Kahului Harbor, Maui, United States
Kahului Harbor is primarily a commercial harbor and port for Hawaii's many cruise ships. It’s located in Maui’s central area, near the Kahului Airport and Kahului which is the island’s largest town. Just 10 minutes west from Kahului is Wailuku, a commercial center and the county seat of Maui’s government. Around Market Street you’ll find many wooden storefronts, showcasing family businesses like shops, restaurants and bakeries. The newer part of Wailuku features contemporary boutiques, stylish bars and laid-back coffee shops. Wailuku is also the gateway to the Iao Valley, covered in dense rainforest. Once a sacred burial ground for Hawaiian chiefs, the valley is a popular tourist attraction due to the iconic Iao Needle, a sharp ridge overlooking a stream. There are well maintained hiking paths all over the valley. West of Kahului you’ll find Waihee Coastal Dunes and Wetlands Refuge, a quiet and pristine shoreline that is a habitat for native plants and animals like the Hawaiian monk seals and the green sea turtles.
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Cancellation Policy of Kahului Harbor : restrictive
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Attractions in Maui
Maui is one of the islands belonging to the Hawaiian archipelago which comprises eight islands and is located in the North Pacific Ocean. Maui is the second biggest island of this archipelago. Some of the most significant settlements in Maui are Kahului, Kīhei, Wailuku, Lahaina, Kula and Makawao. Maui is a frequent destination for tourists worldwide who come here to enjoy the warm climate, turquoise waters, and golden sand.
Maui’s landscape is diverse and delights the sight with a peculiar combination of volcanic formations, high cliffs, dense forests and wild beaches. Most visitors are drawn by the exotic beaches where they can swim, dive, windsurf or book a berth and sail around the island.
The territory of Maui was initially inhabited by Marquesan and Polynesian people. In the 18th century, the island was conquered by King Kamehameha I who joined almost all Hawaiian Islands in a single kingdom. In the same cen... more info
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