Maui HI Senior Living
Aloha. Welcome to the island of Maui!
Maui is known as the Valley Isle, a tribute to its rich scenery and natural landscapes. The island is the second largest among the Hawaiian islands and recorded a population of nearly 145,000 in 2010.
There are many sites to enjoy in and around the island of Maui. From mountains and valleys to beaches and rainforests, Maui offers a wealth of natural beauty. Popular activities include snorkeling, surfing, and whale-watching, as Maui’s waters are a common breeding ground for the Humpback whale during the winter months.
Boasting only two seasons a year with near perfect temperatures all around, it’s clear why Maui’s cities are also popular ports of call for cruise ships. Tourism is a major industry and primary driver of the island economy, along with agriculture. Pineapple, sugar, coffee, and macadamia nuts are some of Hawaii’s most well-known exports.
With all the island has to offer, it’s easy to see why Maui was named “Best Island” 19 times by Conde Nast Traveler magazine. Put simply, it’s a paradise. Can you imagine a better place to spend your retirement?
We didn’t think so. While you’re in the islands, be sure to visit one of our senior living communities: Kalama Heights on Maui or Hawaii Kai on Oahu. Aloha.
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