Top 4 Must See Attractions in Maui

By , July 7, 2011

Maui is home to various beautiful attractions and sceneries. Visiting here will never give you even a single minute of boredom. There will always be that one place which you can visit, simply enjoy your time and get hold of one of the most exhilarating experience you could ever have in the state of Hawaii.

Here are the top 4 must see attractions in Maui:

  1. Maui Arts And Cultural Center

This is Maui’s top bet as a venue for live entertainment as well as for concerts. Be mesmerized as how beautiful the facility is. There is even one live pianist who will entertain the audience and entertain them while waiting for an act or performance to officially start.

You can do two things here: walk through the art gallery found on site or have a romantic time by sitting on the outdoor courtyard. Either one of these two will simply take your breath away.

  1. Maui Ocean Center

If you want to see what lies under the water without getting wet and go deeper in the ocean, why not visit Maui Ocean Center. It would be looking at a huge aquarium where you can check out this cool marine park lying on acres of harbor-front. There are approximately 60 exhibits (interactive) which sum up the natural habitats of Hawaii’s underwater life. You can choose to look and check out the following: Turtle Lagoon, Stingray Cove, Discovery Pool, Whale Discovery Center, Open Ocean, and Living Reef among others.

  1. Zipline Haleakala Crater

If you fancy to have an adrenalin rush adventure, why not visit Zipline Haleakala Center. It was U.S. first take on zip line tours. It started giving fun and enjoyment to tourists way back in 2002. It has a total of 5-8 zip lines that will test out every rider’s nerves. To top it all, the final leg will be taking the rider towards the gigantic gulch at a fastest speed ever.

  1. Holy Ghost Church

For those who are fond of looking at architectural design that is more than a century old, paying a visit to Holy Ghost Church will transcend you to a time in the past. This church was constructed way back in 1895 by Portuguese farmers and workers who migrated to Maui in order to work for sugar cane plantations. The church attracts a lot of tourists due to the fact that beautiful sceneries and views can be seen all the way here.

Add these four attractions into your list or itinerary when you are planning to visit Maui. You will never regret that you did!

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