CELEBRATING 80 YEARS OF TRAVEL
The island’s only commercial producer of wines is located on the fertile slopes of Haleakalā.
Maui’s reputation as one of the world’s most desirable travel destinations owes much of its acclaim to Mount Haleakalā. Every sunrise viewed from its 10,000-foot summit is a kaleidoscopic picture of brilliance (pages 16-17). Beyond its inherent beauty, there are other reasons that Maui ranks among the best places to visit. For gourmands, epicurean events give reason to fly to the Valley Isle. Every year, a contingent of national and international chefs descend on our shores to participate in such festivals as Kapalua Food & Wine and Taste of Wailea (pages 14-15). And you can’t leave the island without imbibing a craft cocktail or trying some kombucha, a fermented effervescent tea (page 19).