Separated west, with its growing condominium and housing markets, and east, with Haleakala Mountain, Maui assumes its place as the second largest of the Hawaiian islands. Its unmatched beauty, cozy communities, and warm inviting surf have made it a world-renowned tourist destination for windsurfers and those looking to get away from it all. Recognized internationally for its focus on “smart-growth” real estate development, Maui continues to preserve the island’s natural environment making it possible for lifestyles in the paradise of one’s choice.
West Maui supports the majority of the island’s small, but ethnically, culturally, and spiritually diverse population. Business-friendly areas like Kîhei and Kahului