Maui Hawaii aerial 4K UHD video from DJI Inspire 1

A 2014 flyover of a few of the beautiful sites that can be found on the island of Maui, Hawaii captured in stunning 4K Ultra HD quality video by a DJI Inspire 1 drone.

The videographer does a great job piloting the quadcopter and expertly capturing the beauty of coastal cliffs and rock formations, sample of the island’s waterfalls, and the blue ocean that makes Maui famous the world over.

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A  little about some of the water sports people enjoy on the island (according to Wikipedia).
Snorkeling
Snorkeling is one of the most popular activities on Maui. There are over 30 beaches and bays to snorkel at around the island.
Windsurfing
Maui is a well known destination for windsurfing. Kanaha Beach Park is a very well-known windsurfing spot and may have stand-up paddle boarders or surfers if there are waves and no wind. Windsurfing has evolved on Maui since the early 1980s when it was recognized as an ideal location to test equipment and publicize the sport.
Surfing
One of the most popular sports in Hawaii. Ho’okipa Beach Park is one of Maui’s most famous surfing and windsurfing spots. Other famous or frequently surfed areas include Slaughterhouse Beach, Honolua Bay, Pe’ahi (Jaws), and Fleming Beach. The north side of Maui absorbs the most swell during the winter season and the south and west in the summer time. Due to island blocking, summer south swells tend to be weak and rare.
Kiteboarding and kitesurfing
One of the newest sports on Maui is Kiteboarding/Surfing. Kanaha Beach Park is where beginner, intermediate and advanced Kiters gather. It is known as Kite Beach. Kiters share the water with Windsurfers who have dominated the area since the early 1980s. Since 2008 there has been an explosion in the number of Kiters mostly due to advances in equipment and safety.