“I went to Maui to stay a week and remained five,” wrote Mark Twain in 1866. Whether it’s lazing on warm sugary sand or snorkeling with humpback whales, visitors to Maui today would be likely to do the same. Maui is the second-largest island of the Hawaiian Islands — known for its sparkling coastline, fertile green interior and high-end resorts — will find bargains everywhere, from two-for-one luaus to colorful beach chairs. You’ll never want to leave.