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Could there be a better place for a wise wanderer like yourself to roam than the Hawaiian island of Maui? Draw in the sweet, floral air, bite into a juicy slice of pineapple, and just watch the world breathe for a while. Sometimes the most powerful journeys are experienced not by hurtling between adventures but by slowing down, doing less, and watching more. As the Hawaiian proverb goes, "i ka nana no a 'ike"— by observing, one learns.
Set up camp in one of the best Maui Island hotels, and rent a classic convertible so you can cruise around the island with the breeze in your hair. You won't want any car parts impeding your view of the oceanside cliffs and feathery waterfalls along the road to Hana. Take your time— there's a meditative quality to a long, curvy, unhurried road trip that is especially meaningful in a place as gorgeous as this. If you're looking for other things to do in Maui, find your way to the top of Haleakala Volcano to gaze upon the stunning hues of sunrise before biking back down to the base, enjoying verdant views and the grace of effortless speed. For another angle on the island, strap on a snorkel and plunge into the cerulean waters near one of Maui's coral reefs, where you'll immerse yourself in swarms of colorful fish and bask in the muted peace of underwater life. Fascinated more by Hawaiian culture than the landscapes? Here's your opportunity to attend a traditional luau. Listen to the rustling of the hula dancers' grass skirts, or admire the antics of a fire dancer as you savor kalua pork and poi under the light of sunset.
If you're ready to take things easy and embrace the friendly spirit of aloha, Travelocity will find you great mobile exclusive deals on Maui Island vacation packages. All you have to do is show up with an open heart.