Maui in photos 16


Totaling just under 11,000 square feet, the Hawaiian island of Maui feels like a small town in the tropics. It’s not all beaches and surf like you might think — Maui’s eco systems range from desert-like Kaupo to the moonscape of Haleakala volcano to the jungles of Hana and Kipahulu. Not to mention Upcountry, where the evenings are cool and the tree of choice isn’t your typical palm tree but the eucalyptus. You will find all sorts of people here too, from those growing their own food and living off the grid to the the affluent staying at upscale hotels in Wailea. There is a place for everyone here. No wonder they call it paradise.

Enjoy some of our favorite photos from Maui:

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Paia Bay beach

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one of the kids at Surfing Goat Dairy

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one of the many waterfalls along Hana Hwy

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Tim under a monkey pod tree

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heading Upcountry

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dolls at an honour system clothing store in Kipahulu

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Wainapanapa State Park

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Mala Warf, Lahaina

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Threshold at Laulima fruit stand

Have you been to Maui? If so, what did you love most about it?


About Nat and Tim Harris

Together for close to a quarter of a century, A Cook Not Mad‘s Tim and Nat have indulged their passion for life and experience to the fullest, but they feel most alive when traveling, cooking and eating. An award winning chef, Tim has dedicated his life and career to cooking and the pursuit of honest food. As a professional photographer, Nat records their adventures with incredible pictures of everyday life and the extraordinary. They believe that everyone should get to know a culture by learning about the foods they eat and living like locals as much as they can.

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