Mark Twain once said he’s never “bade goodbye so regretfully.” He was, of course, referring to his departure of Maui, which draws you in with its majestic skylines, endless horizons and adventurous excursions. A place so grand in its natural state, the Valley Isle offers contrasting landscapes, from sweeping views of Wailuku and Central Maui while on the path of Waihee Ridge trail, to the glistening waters and powdery sands of Oneola beach. Let the following tips below guide you to an inexpensive tour of some of the island’s most picturesque locales. And be sure to wear comfortable shoes. For my full Maui itinerary, go to wheretraveler.com.