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The history of the Hawaiian Islands is filled with stories, legends, sacrifice and renaissance. Though much of the recorded history dates back to when the islands came under one nation in 1778, Polynesians have long populated the islands creating a social system that became the core of the Hawaiian culture. 

Although Maui’s population of 150,000 pales in comparison to Oahu’s more than 1 million, it cradles in her valleys a rich archive of major historical events, heritage sites and native art. Visitors who are interested in learning more about the people, culture and nature of Hawaii, we recommend following sites and activities:

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If the story of King Kamehameha I peaks your interests, a stop at the Iao Valley State Park is a must. It...

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King Kamehameha statue:  King Kamehameha I is the legendary warrior who united all the islands under one nation through a series of...

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Created by the Lahaina Interpretive Planning Team (Friends of Moku‘ula, Lahaina Restoration Foundation and Lahaina Town Action Committee), the Lahaina Historic Trail...

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For families or groups looking to understand the ancient Hawaiian way of life, a visit to the Maui Hawaiian Village is recommended....

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Turtles and monk seals are cute and instant photo opportunities but did you know it’s illegal to feed, touch or go within...

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If you want an experience beyond the popular luau shows on Maui, we recommend seeing ‘Ulalena. Hailed as one of the best...