Maui Hawaii is the second largest island of the State of Hawaii. Due to its unique geological patterns and diverse climate variations, this isle in the Pacific Ocean attracts an exceptional quantity of tourists annually. Those whose wanderlust seeks tropical haven in all its diversity - ranging from dormant volcanoes, rainforest surroundings to waterfalls and beaches beyond count - will certainly find what they are looking for on the "Valley Isle". Here we offer a list of not-to-miss experiences when visiting. Haleakala National Park Haleakala National Park spreads on the east end of the magical Maui island. Named after one of two Maui's inactive volcanoes, this geological gem presents unique combination of volcanic landscapes, rainforest hiking trails and camping zones in the proximity of a seemingly inexhaustible quantity of waterfalls. One can hike to the Haleakala Crater and experience almost fictional visages of the sun rising and setting or make way through the four mile long Pipiwai trail and rest beneath a four hundred feet high waterfall. Road to Hana Road to Hana is one of the most picturesque routes in the world. Almost every inch of this road contains an attraction or at least a scenery which catches the eye. The route begins with the Twin Falls and proceeds to the Garden of Eden, rolls through a bamboo forest and leads to the magnificent Wanhanapa State Park. One can rest from the drive at the Black Sand Beach and head towards the coastal city of Hana in the charming Hana Bay. To encompass the voyage, visit the Ohe'o Gulch Pools (Seven Sacred Pools) and let the profound experiences sink in. Ho'okipa Beach Park Although Maui is bursting with beaches of inconceivable beauty (one of many notable beaches are the Big Beach and Little Beach of the Makena State Park), the Ho'okipa Beach Park provides a variety of activities along with its golden sand and turquoise sea and thus made it as a representative attraction to our list. Here one can relax under the warmth of the sun, enjoy a barbecue or endeavour on a surfing, windsurfing or snorkelling adventure. Lahaina The city of Lahaina accommodates an 137 years old Banyan tree spreading over one acre of land which, in addition to a pretty marvellous sight, stands as a historical monument commemorating the arrival of protestant missionaries. Moreover, Lahaina is famous for its shopping venues where one can purchase souvenirs as well as for its restaurants which provide the opportunity to get acquainted with the cuisine and interact with the locals. Tedeschi Winery The Tedeschi Winery provides an excellent variety of traditional bouquets such as Merlot, Chardonnay and Rose with an indigenous touch. However, the jewel of the production is the remarkable dessert wines made of pineapples, grapes and raspberries. Perhaps the most recognized is the Maui Brut Sparkling made from the popular crop of the island - pineapple. The amount of natural beauties of this tropical island exceeds all expectations. It is seems that by setting foot on Maui one embarks on a supernatural experience of revitalisation. What makes that experience possible is the continuous effort in preserving the environmental culture. We recommend a visit to the Hawaii Nature Center to grasp that project in its full extent and conclude the spectacular adventure.