2 bedroom/bath, Kaanapali Beach, Maui
2 bedroom/2 bath newly remodeled condo, Kaanapali Beach, Maui

Top Things To Do


(In no particular order)

Take in Sunrise at Haleakala:

World’s largest dormant volcano,  10,023 foot summit  

Make sure the weather forecast is good with no clouds, 866-944-5025 (weather forecast); dress in layers

Plan on leaving real early in the AM, 1 hour to get to the bottom and 2hrs to make it up the windy road

Entire island of Manhattan would fit inside of the crater!


Visit Upcountry Maui:

Vineyards, ranches and farms flank the side of the Haleakala - The old country

Makawao- A Paniolo town! Once a rough and tumble cowboy town now a lively mix of a general store, health  fine art , restaurants,  and a collection of boutiques.

Kula – Areas between Pukalani and Lower Haleakala Crater

Pa’ia – Historic Plantation Town  (bohemian North Shore beach town)  Last town before the 50 miles drive to Hana!  Great place to stroll up and down the street


Stroll down Front Street in Lahaina

Walk down Front Street to see the shops and galleries ; Friday Night – Art Gallery tours!

Dan’s Greenhouse to see the birds and potbellied pigs!

Banyan Tree –one of the largest in the world, imported from India in 1873 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the 1st Christian Mission.  60 feet tall and 200 feet wide.    Art fairs held here.


Drive the Road to Hana:

42 miles of curves, coastline roads; 617 turns and 56 one lane bridges

Don’t rush, enjoy the stops along the way.

Visit the Hana Cultural Center & Museum

Roundtrip can take 6 hours from Kaanapali!


Visit Wailea:

Home of world class hotels and beaches.

Across from Molikini Crater


Snorkel the Reefs of Maui

See section on Snorkeling in Welcome Package


Take in the Sunset from the Plantation Restaurant- Kapalua Golf Center

Spectacular view of Molokini Island and the channel

Serene location above the 18th hole at Kapalua

Iao Needle:

Nice hike on the other side of the island.  Lush greens of Maui in a secluded valley entrance.

The lovely, deep valley of 'Iao features the 'Iao Needle, a natural rock pinnacle presiding over the 'Iao stream and surrounded by the walls of the Pu'u Kukui Crater. Once used as a natural altar, the 2,250-foot stone pillar covered in green, is a basaltic core that has survived eons of swirling water. 'Iao Valley is a peaceful lush area with easy hikes, exotic tropical plants, and clear, natural pools. The ridge-top lookout offers a fantastic view of the valley and Kahului Harbor


Maui Aquarium:

More than 60 exhibits emulate the animal's habitat in the natural ocean, including the Underwater Journey where you can experience a tunnel that offers a 240-degree view of marine life in a 750,000-gallon open ocean tank.  Lots of local fish to see and the naturalists are great to listen to about ocean and reef conservation.  A nice opportunity to learn about the waters surrounding the island before you put on your snorkeling gear!   


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