Maui is an island with a lot to offer in the form of amazing natural beauty, incredible waterfalls, amazing wildlife, incredible history and so much more.
With this in mind, we are here to share some of the amazing stories we have seen and heard about Maui and its islands over the past year.
Read more about Mauinai and Maui Tours:What we know:In 2017, the Mauinais National Park was designated a National Natural Landmark, with a National Park Service mission to protect, restore and conserve the Mauinas Islands Natural Landscape and Natural Resources for future generations to enjoy.
In addition, a National Historic Landmark was created for the islands natural history.
This landmark has been named after the original owners of the islands and is currently being maintained by the National Park Services and the National Hawaiian Islands Land Trust.
Maui’s National Park is a world-class park with over 500 miles of trails, scenic views and great wildlife.
It is located in the heart of the Mauai Islands Natural Area.
You can visit all of the parks hiking trails, canoeing, kayaking, bird watching, bird and mammal watching, and whale watching.
Mauna Kea is also a great place to spend time, as the island’s famous lighthouse is open to the public for tours and photography.
Mauritania is also known for its spectacular coastline.
It was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001 and is home to some of South Pacific’s most breathtaking marine life, including whale watching, fishing, diving and kayaking.
The National Geographic Explorer’s Guide to Mauritania offers information about the natural wonders of Mauritania.
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