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Hotel spas, rushed souvenir shopping, and crowded hotel pools can sometimes take away from a deeper experience when visiting Maui. This is why we want to highlight one way you can get more out of your getaway in Hawai’i. Whether you are visiting or have lived here your entire life, Maui has a plethora of ways to learn and give back to the Hawaiian culture. One of these ways is donating your time and energy to ‘Ao‘ao O Nā Loko I‘a O Maui, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the revitalization of one of Maui's ancient Hawaiian fishponds. 

In ancient Hawai’i, loko i`a (fishponds) were used to make sure the community had enough to eat throughout the year. From the very first rock that was placed down, to the required daily maintenance

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Welcome to Hawai’i, where palm trees and white sand are your runway to the surfing capital of the world. Surfing is as much a part of Hawaiian history as football is to American history. This is probably why you’ll come across a melting pot of eager surfers ready to make a splash in Hawaiian waters when they come to visit. Needless to say, being a part of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui’s surfing spots are in a league of their own.

1. Ho’okipa 

Haiku, Maui 

This little hidden gem is the perfect for spectators, surfers, and babies all year round! With a lookout that makes checking out the surf perfect for anyone driving by or planning their attack, this spot has optimal wave watching. This beach is more for experienced surfers but serves as a

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As West Maui’s largest gift and craft fair, this event is perfect for anyone looking to spend a beautiful
morning looking for Maui made gifts from over 50 talented local vendors.

Come celebrate every Sunday in Lahaina amongst the most beautiful treasures and views on the
island. Located in the Lahaina Gateway, Maui Gift and Craft Fair has a tremendous selection of fine
jewelry, art, food, and crafts

Find pieces from Footprints in the Sand, locally made jewelry by Creighton and Susan Sato, inspired
by the ocean and crafted with fine pearls. If you’re looking to brush up on your history, Story of
Hawaii Museum is the perfect place to find historical maps and prints that are the most beautiful
way to learn about the islands. If you are

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