Welcome to Maui,Hawaii!
The home of the Rainbow Warriors
Push: People move to Maui because it feels like paradise. The weather is perfect and the sun shines almost all the time and people have a hang loose attitude.
Pull: Some people can't afford to live there because of crazy prices while other people get island fever. Island fever is the feeling that people get of being disconnected from the outside world.
Hawaii is a beauitiful island there are many reasons you should go. Maui is part of seven islands called Hawaii. It is also known as The Valley island. Some things you can do are: snorkeling, windsurfing, surfing, kiteboarding and kitesurfing. The big tourist spot in Maui is the Hana Highway. This highway curves around the island, passing waterfalls and beaches.
Maui is like paradise but there are Environmental issues including waste water disposal, cane sugar burning and invasive fish species causing major problems for marine life on Maui. These are all things that residents of Maui are concerned about.
The State of Hawaii is located in the North Pacific Ocean just a few degrees south of the Tropic of Cancer, approximately 2,550 miles southwest of Los Angeles and about 3,900 miles southeast of Tokyo.
Maui is separated into five regions. East Maui is where Hana is located. Central Maui is the home of the county seat. Upcountry Maui is home to the windsurfing capital of the world. Wailea is located in South Maui where there are world class golf resorts. Finally, West Maui is home to Lahaina, a historic whaling village.