Best of Maui

With so much to do and see in Maui, there is no shortage of ways to have a good time. Whether you choose to spend time in our modern and stylish condo, hit one of South Maui’s many local beaches, go hiking around the Haleakala Crater, or grab authentic shaved ice at Ululani’s, we want your stay to be marked with joy and celebration!

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BEACHES

Maui has 80 accessible beaches, which is more than any of the other Hawaiian Islands. South Maui is famous for long stretches of sandy tropical beaches that come in white, red and black sand.

One of our favorites is the North end of Kamaole Beach Park I - also known as Kam I or “Charley Young Beach”, which is a great spot for snorkeling and calm swimming water. 


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Haleakala

Haleakala National Park is home to Maui’s highest peak with an elevation of 10,023 feet. Haleakala, the massive shield volcano, forms 75% of Maui. It’s famous for its sunrises, but be sure to make a reservation up to 2 months out...they’re required!

Go with a full tank of gas, food, and drinks, and layers (it gets chilly) and soak it all in.


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Whale-watching

In the winter months, the Auau channel between Maui, Lanai, and Molokai is one of the best places to whale watch in the world. Whale-watching is available from the coastline and even from your lanai!

Check the horizon for what looks like white puffs of smoke with the binoculars we provide in our homes! These puffs are from when the whales exhale out of their blowhole, causing the water and exhaled air to make the puffs. 

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Road to Hana

Hana is a small, untouched town on Maui’s eastern coastline. To get there, visitors must travel one of the world’s most scenic drives — The Road to Hana. The journey includes 59 bridges and over 600 curves. 

 The twisty turning road runs through tropical rainforests, bamboo forests, and cascading waterfalls. It ends with Hana's Wai’anapanapa State Park, a black sand beach and the pools of ‘Ohe’o also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, which are fed by waterfalls.


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Luau

A traditional Hawaiian luau is a party or feast, especially one accompanied by entertainment such as traditional Hawaiian music, hula, and sometimes fire dancers.

It may feature food such as poi, kalua pig, poke, lomi salmon, opihi, and haupia. Beer, wine and tropical mixed drinks are included in the ticket price. Check out the Feast at Mokapu, Old Lahaina Luau, or the Feast at Lele; among others!


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