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- Kahana Village
- 4531 Lower Honoapiilani Road - Lahaina - Maui
- Hawaii 96761 - United States
- (800) 824-3065
D.T Fleming Beach - Drive north on Honoapiilani Highway past Kapalua Bay Resort for about one mile.
Hanaka'o'o Beach (Canoe Beach) - Just north of Lahaina on Honoapiilani Highway (30), the entrance is at the first left after Wahikuli State Beach and just before the Ka'anapali Resorts.
Honolua Bay - Two miles north past Kapalua Bay Resort on Honoapiilani Highway, park on Lahaina bound side of highway.
Ka'anapali Beach - Voted Number One Beach In The World! One mile north of Lahaina on the Highway 30, take the first Ka'anapali entrance. Limited free parking in front of Sheraton. Public beach access between Ka'anapali Beach Hotel and the Sheraton or you can park at Whaler's Village where you can get free parking with validation when you shop or dine at any of their merchants with validation.
Kahana Beach - Hoohui road off of Honoapiilani Highway and head toward the ocean. Turn left on Lower Honoapiilani Highway and park at the end of the Kahana Beach Resort.
Kahikil Beach - Honoapiilani Hwy. north past Lahaina, turn left on Kai Ala. Follow the "beach access" signs.
Kapalua Bay Beach - Public access at the southern end of Kapalua on Lower Honoapiilani Highway, north of Napili Kai Beach Club.
Launiopoko Beach - Just a few miles south of Lahaina on Honoapiilani Highway.
Mokule'ia Beach (Slaughterhouse Beach) - Head North on Honoapiilani Highway. The beach is located about two miles past the entrance to the Kapalua Bay Resorts.
Mile Marker 14 - The beach is located at mile marker 14 on Honoapiilani Highway (what a cooincidence).
Napili Bay Beach - Public beach access is at the end of Hui St. off of Lower Honoapiilani Highway.
Papalaua Beach - On Honoapiilani Highway between mile markers 11 and 12.
Puamana Beach - Located on the very southern edge of Lahaina off of Honoapiilani Highway.
Ukumehame Beach - Located between mile markers 12 and 13 on Honoapiilani Highway.
Wahikuli Beach Park - Located on the very northern edge of Lahaina Town, look for the sign on the left when travelling north on Honoapiilani Highway.
Hawaii's First People
Hawaii's first people are descended from a proud race of Polynesians. These fabled mariners came to Hawaii in ocean-going voyaging canoes. Their migrations, covering thousands of miles of open ocean, were the work of an exceptionally skilled and courageous people. Living in near-perfect isolation for centuries, the Hawaiians developed a unique and complex culture and social structure. Grounded in a deeply felt reverence for the a'ina, the land, this proud race grew and prospered. Their traditions of stewardship, of community, and of open-hearted sharing survive today, embodied in Hawaii's Aloha Spirit.
Today Hawaii's first people are engaged in a struggle to rediscover and perpetuate their native culture. Hawaiians everywhere are experiencing a new level of pride and a new commitment to their legacy as an indigenous people. Their quest for Hawaiian soverignty, combined with the rebirth of Hawaiian traditions, language, music, and art forms such as the fabled Hula, all make today's Hawaiian people respected around the globe. The links below offer you an opportunity to begin your exploration of the heart and soul, the past, present and future, of Hawaii's first people. An eclectic grouping, they represent the diversity of the Native Hawaiian experience and viewpoints.
Ecotourism - Nature Tourism - Adventure Travel. No matter what you call it, Maui has it all! Here you can spend days hiking and camping in Maui's wilderness, or hours getting up close and personal with Maui's humpback whales, sea turtles and other marine life.
Whether it's an authentic Hawaiian luau or a delicious fresh island fish dinner, Maui's Magic Isles are a gourmand's delight. Here you can savor dishes from around the world or enjoy the work of the originators of Pacific Rim Cuisine. Best of all, Maui offers an amazing selection. Choose from dozens of affordable "local-style" restaurants, treat yourself to a fine dining experience at a 5 star hotel, or select a romantic seaside eatery with an ambience only Maui can provide. Whever your choice, rest assured you will experience a dining adventure which will rank as one of your Maui vacation highlights.
The Island of Maui is blessed with over 33 miles of the world's best tropical beaches. Here you can experience the majesty of the 20 to 30 foot high wintertime surf on Maui's spectacular north shore. For surfers, bodysurfers, bodyboarders and windsurfers this is where the action is! The gentler, calmer waters offshore of Lahaina, Kaanapali, Wailea, Makena and Kihei offer superb conditions for snorkeling and SCUBA for beginners and experts alike.
Maui's Magic Isles are served by many leading US airlines. In addition, several major international carriers, from Europe, Asia and other locations also bring travelers to everyone's favorite Hawaiian Islands. In many cases direct flights to Maui's Kahului Airport (OGG) are available. In other cases passengers arrive at Honolulu International Airport (HNL) and then travel via an inter-island carrier to the Magic Isles. For the most up-to-date information on schedules, availability, tariffs and other questions contact individual airlines direct or consult with your travel agent.
From our blue skies to our blue seas, the Magic Isles are an adventurer's delight. Whether it's a vigorous hike through Haleakala's Crater, a comfortable afternoon of whale watching on a luxurious and stable ocean-going vessel, snorkeling over an incredible tropical reef, or gliding through the air in a state-of-the-art helicopter, Maui's activity providers have everything you need to fully enjoy our Islands' unique natural environment. Many of the activity providers with links below will be more than happy to send you a brochure, to answer your questions on their "800" number, or to book your adventure right online. Follow the links below to learn more about how your Maui vacation can be the beginning, or the ultimate experience, of your sport or activity of choice.
Not too long ago the idea of a small island in Hawaii, farther away from anyplace else than anyplace else, being on the cutting edge of Interet technology, was preposterous. That was then, this is now. Maui has embraced today's cutting edge technologies in a big way. Witness the fact that Maui is now home to one of seven National Supercomputing Centers! Or, make plans to attend one of Maui's growing number of high-tech conferences. Rub shoulders with many of the planet's leading digerati while you experience the latest in high-tech imaging and digital art. For now, just for fun, check out the links below for near real-time video images featuring some of Maui's most popular locales.
Maui's climate, geology and topography are as diverse as our Island's peoples. In a single day the Maui visitor can experience a tropical beach and an alpine meadow; lush rainforest and cactus-studded desert. Evenings can be spent in a high-energy resort nightclub or at a remote campsite illuminated by a full Maui moon. Take your choice, or better yet, choose them all. But remember - no matter what your preference you are sure to encounter the hallmark of Maui's most popular and enduring attraction - the open-hearted and generous Aloha Spirit that makes any Maui destination a visitor's delight.
While it might seem easy to argue that all of Maui is a park, some of our Island's most special areas have been set aside for public use. Their locations range from the shoreline to the magnificent crater of Mt. Haleakala, pictured at the right. Prized, and protected, by Mauians, our parks are also popular visitor attractions. Some of Maui's parks provide for overnight camping. Some are equipped with amenities that include showers, restrooms, tent camping areas, fire pits and more. Others are more pristine and are more appropriate for experienced outdoor adventurers. In some cases parks are available on a first-come, first-served basis.