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SCUBA Pool and Beach Dive for Beginners
"Join this local SCUBA guide for a pool lesson and beach dive designed for you. You will start by completing a form for you medical eligibility introduce you to the scuba equipment and then you will jump in the pool to experience your first breath of fresh air underwater! Complete the skills and you'll be ready for your beach dive. Your small group and guide will dive in calm clear beautiful waters over colorful coral reefs and finish with a marine life identification."""Learn to scuba dive in an easy and safe environment. This beach dive is done in a small group setting with a certified instructor who will teach you about the SCUBA equipment and the basics of diving.title=Highlights&1=Learn+the+basics+of+scuba+diving&2=Select+a+morning+or+afternoon+departure+time&3=Graduate+from+a+pool+to+a+beach+dive&4=See+marine+wildlife+in+their+natural+environment""
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Certified Scuba Diving Maui Hawaii
"Certified divers: Get refreshed and enjoy an easy beach dive. Gear up and walk to the calm waters edge. Drop down in the shallower waters and head off to experience Maui's coral reefs that are teeming with marine life or experience a lava formation full trenches and arch ways. Dive sites are chosen each day based on conditions and divers experience level.""""Get refreshed and enjoy Maui as your dive destination. Beach dives available daily includes equipment."title=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Close+encounter+with+wildlife
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Dive Propulsion Vehicles for Certified Divers Maui Hawaii
"Spend an unforgettable afternoon in a Dive Propulsion Vehicles a specialty dive you won't want to miss. Don't miss out on this 'James Bond'-like experience as your vehicle takes you beneath the surface of the water. After getting introduced to the controls and shown various methods of use head into the ocean to discover how much area you can truly cover in one dive. Maximum one person. Evidence of dive certification is required from all divers wishing to participate in a certified dive."""Spend two hours zooming about the sea on an exciting Dive Propulsion Vehicle (DPV). Explore under the surface of the ocean with this intriguing vehicle and get a glance at what really goes down there. The Dive Propulsion Vehicle offers a very efficient watitle=Highlights&1=Try+out+a+%27Dive+Propulsion+Vehicle%27+%28DPV%29+during+this+experience+for+certified+divers+in+Maui&2=Learn+how+to+control+and+use+this+electric-powered%2C+underwater%2C+propulsion+device&3=Cover+more+%27ground%27+during+your+underwat
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The happiest day of my life!

Marrying Barry on the beach at Makena Cove was the most wonderful day I have experienced!We exchanged vows in the late afternoon, enjoyed the spectacular sunset, and then went for a wonderful dinner....
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Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area

Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area is located 9.7 miles upland from Kula on Waipoli Road off Kekaulike Avenue (Highway 377); 4-wheel drive vehicle recommended. Bring drinking water.Polipoli Spring...
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Camp Maui's State Parks

Both of the Maui Parks, Polipoli Spring State Recreation Area and Wai’anapanapa State Park offer tent camping in addition to cabin lodging. Wai'anapanapa State Park is also the only State Park in...
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Cabins on Shoreline Wai‘anapanapa State Park

A great low-cost way to stay in Hana, Maui is at the Wai‘anapanapa State Park. It has fantastic views of the ocean,a rugged coastline and is in the middle of natural, undeveloped Maui. Here you can...
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Maui Anchialine pools

In Oahu I had seen an anchialine pool and had a great time with a group of students exploring them (see Oahu Anchialine Pools). But while in Maui going to a lovely swimming spot beneath "our"...
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Green Sea Turtles below Ho'okipa Lookout

A few miles or so East of Paia is the Ho'okipa Lookout where you can watch large waves hit the shore. If the waves are right there will be some great surfing. However, a few years ago someone noticed...
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Dophin watching at La Perouse Bay

The dolphins hang about 150 yards offshore, and mill around doing their dophin thing. These are spinner dolphins and only about a yard long. They communicate with one another by slapping in the water...
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Drop Dead Gorgeous View-Honolua Bay

Just North of Kapalua, half a mile past mile marker 32 is a parking area on the ocean side. This parking area overlooks the drop dead, gorgeous Honolua Bay a hundred or so yards below nestled against...
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Hike to the Nakalele Blowhole

The volcanic sculptures along the sort of trail from Highway 30, mile marker 38 to the Nakalele Blowhole are spectacular making the mile or so hike a pleasure. Plus you have amazing views of the waves...
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Best Maui Snorkeling

If you want to get your snorkeling fix in Maui you are definitely going to the right place. The best snorkeling ever is at "the fish pond". It is a 30 min hike over rough lava, therefore it is not...
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The Road to Hana

The road to Hana takes you through the USA's largest rain forest. It is 52 miles of twisting and turning road with over 50 bridges and 600 sharp bends so dont imagine you can do it in much less than...
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Go to Moloka'i

Having been to the Islands a few times you may find your self wanting to venture to some of the less traveled islands. I chose to go on a day trip to Moloka'i. The Molokai-Maui Ferry is the way to go....
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Taking the back road to Hana via Kaupo

Aloha - If you've been on the traditional Road to Hana, you may want to try the "back way" next time - it's faster to take the southeast roads but they're rougher. From Kihei, take Mokulele Hwy. to...
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The Red Sand Beach in Hana Town

Lots of people drive the road to Hana, but few stop in Hana Town to make the tricky trek to the red sand beach. We stopped there for lunch, managing to down our sandwiches before a cold north rain...
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Lahaina

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Haleakala National Park

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5900 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761, United States
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PO Box 9, Hana, Hawaii, 96713, United States
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2980 South Kihei Road, Kihei, Hawaii, 96753, United States
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555 Kaukahi Street, Wailea, Hawaii, 96753, United States
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2199 Kahookele Street, Wailuku, Hawaii, 96793, United States
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Luau

We arrived at Old Lahaina Luau at 5:10 pm and the parking lot was already full. They told us to park at the overflow parking lot at the Cannery Mall across the street but we were able to find some...
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Road to Hana

It isn't far in miles but that is very deceiving you need to get an early start. For one thing there is a lot of traffic and you have to go slowily. The roads are super curvy and some of the curves...
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Road to Hana

Hotel Hana Maui was a very unique and amazing hotel. It is pricey to have no t.v and wi-fi, but it's beautiful and private and romantic. The service is excellent! I've heard it is changing entirely as...
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Iao Valley State Monument

We decided to come to the state park a during one of our many visits to Maui. The park is a great place to do a little bit of hiking and swimming in the river to cool off during a hot day. The...
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Maui Tropical Plantation

Our next visit was to a Maui Tropical Plantation - a working plantation where we had a little trolley ride (our trolley time was 10:40) to see how various things grew and had a coconut husking...
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Garden of Eden Arboretum

Our first visit was our trip in 2003. Back then didn't research anything before went and I wasn't much into photography. so we missed a lot and didn't take my pics but still happened upon this...
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"Seamandrew's Maui Page"
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whitneyone

"whitneyone's Maui"
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cjg1

"Visiting the Valley Isle"
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"Magnificent Maui"
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keida84

"Aloha Nui Loa...Fondest Regards...Much Love"
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