About Maui, Hawaii
Maui is the second most populated of the Hawaiian Islands and is best known by tourists for the amazing beachfront resorts and local vibe. Haleakala towers over one half of the island while the West Maui Mountains spike up on the other. What many don’t know is that Maui is home to a large ranching and agriculture community that resides “up country” on the slope of Haleakala. If you are planning to visit Makawao or Kula, be sure to bring a jacket as the temperature can drop quickly when the sun goes down.