When you’re 2,000 miles away from the nearest state, it can take a lot to get the attention of the mainland. So Hawaii is pulling out all the stops to get the rest of America to one of the newest and most unique food scenes in the world.
Instead of visiting Maui’s popular tourist destinations, head to one of these five small towns to get to know the other side of the island paradise.
In just two days, you can check off two of the island’s top activities, see stunning beaches and waterfalls, discover some lesser-known local gems, and still have time to kick back with a Mai Tai.
Now more than ever, there are farms, festivals, food trucks, and fine dining that will delight foodies of all stripes.
If you're looking for an authentic Hawaiian experience, these three islands should be at the top of your list.
When you reach the end of the Hana Highway, don't be in a hurry to head back. We give you five reasons to linger in Hana, the tiny town at the end of the road.