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(808-565-7177). As a nonprofi t charitable organization “honoring the past, enriching the future,” the center collects and displays

from the various eras of the Pineapple Island’s storied history. This includes items found during archaeological investigations, discovered by workers in the fi elds or donated by families.

The mission of the center is to “inspire people to be informed, thoughtful and

of Lāna‘i’s heritage.” Visit lanaichc.org for more information. PHO TO: GETT Y IMA GES; L OCA TION: L AHAINA JODO MIS SION BUDDHIS T TEMPLE TOUR LAHAINA AND KA – ‘ ANAPALI’S HISTORIC SITES 101 things to do | M au i 32

Picking your favorite isn’t just about beauty and utility — it’s also about safety. Lifeguards protect just nine of Maui’s

is situated on sand dunes at mile marker 31 on Highway 3, east of Kapalua. The park actually begins on the 16th hole of Kapalua’s golf course.

is located on Hāna Highway between Spreckelsville and Lower Pā‘ia, where bodyboarders and bodysurfers are drawn to the consistent wave action.

is a favorite with local families.


), located at the south end of Kā‘anapali Beach, is a launching site for many of Maui’s outrigger canoe teams, and swimmers and picnickers make heavy use of this beach.

on Hāna Highway, 2 miles past Pā‘ia, is known as a world-class windsurfi ng destination, though its rocky beach and strong ocean currents make it better for board sailing and sunbathing than swimming.

in Kīhei are good for swimming, snorkeling, bodyboarding and sunbathing.

in Kahului stretches about a mile along the shoreline and provides good swimming for children, windsurfers, kiteboarders and outrigger paddlers.

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