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“Lei Your Loves”photo

February is a wonderful month because it reminds us to celebrate the people we love, not just romantic love but also love for our family and friends.  Here in the Hawaiian Islands, the word “aloha” is more than a greeting, it also means “love” and “affection.” 

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“Best Places on Maui to Watch Super Bowl 50”photo

In a perfect world, you would have scored coveted tickets to the Super Bowl. Instead, poor you… stuck on the world’s best island amidst the warm sunshine and tropical waters in the middle of winter. We think you got the better deal. You don’t have to worry about the cold and you can enjoy the biggest sports event of the year wearing your board shorts. Here are our top bars, restaurants and venues to watch Super Bowl 50 on Maui.

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“The Love Story of Naupaka and Kaui”photo

As you explore the beautiful beaches and lush hiking trails of Maui, you have probably noticed the glorious and unique Naupaka flowers. What makes the Naupaka flowers unique is that they grow on two of the Island’s contrasting environments, by the ocean and on the mountains, and the flowers’ blooms are in halves. 

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“Best Places to Take a Selfie on Maui”photo

Backgrounds this stunning will take your selfie game to a whole other level, and the added bonus of making your family and friends wish they were on Maui, too. Let our photo blog begin:

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“Whale Season on Maui”photo

The first four months of the year are considered the best times for whale-watching in the Hawaiian Islands, especially on Maui. The islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe are connected underneath the ocean creating a protected channel for the humpback whales to enjoy. 

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“Luckier Foods for a Luckier New Year”photo

Are some foods luckier than others? Here in Hawaii, the answer is, “yes!”

Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, the Hawaiian Islands are one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse places in the world. The mix of culture results in an array of colorful traditions, myths and superstitions especially when it comes to ensuring a prosperous new year. 

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“Happy Retirement to Maynard Torchiana”photo

Hau`oli la Ho'omaha loa (happy retirement) to our fearless leader, Maynard Torchiana. After nearly 30 years of helping to shape Wailea as the esteemed destination it is now, our executive vice president and managing director retires at the end of this year. In an industry where general managers come-and-go, he has been a steady leader in our company.  He provided a sense of leadership, security, autonomy and created a sense of ‘ohana for its employees, guests, owners and business associates.

 

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“Maui-Made Gifts to Accompany Your Favorite Foods”photo

The act of preparing and sharing food is a special tradition in all cultures. That’s why it’s no surprise so many holiday gift-giving traditions relate to food. Food does more than just fuel the body; it feeds the soul and heart of both giver and receiver. 

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