Edi­tor’s Itin­er­ary

Where Maui - - Contents - SIM­P­LI­CIO PARA­GAS

An ideal day starts at sun­rise atop Haleakala.

From shore­line to moun­tains and ev­ery­thing in be­tween, Maui does not dis­ap­point. The is­lands’s geo­graphic land­scape boasts wind­ing roads, rolling hills and stunning beaches. When­ever I visit Maui I make a habit of driv­ing to Up­coun­try. A world away from beach re­sorts, the bu­colic scenery in this part of the is­land re­flects its agri­cul­tural and pan­iolo (cow­boy) roots. On the slopes of Haleakala, you’ll drive by ranches and farms in the com­mu­ni­ties of Makawao and Kula, which is the lo­ca­tion of Hawai‘i’s only eight-sided church that was built be­tween 1884 and 1897 by Por­tuguese im­mi­grants. For my full Maui itin­er­ary, go to where­trav­eler.com.

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