Nearby Attractions

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Dining

  • Fish Market Maui

    Don't let the unassuming exterior fool you, this place has some of the best seafood on the island. Perfect for casual dining, the menu features local seafood items such as fish tacos, fish burgers, filets both grilled and fried, and raw fish for you to prepare yourself.
  • Honokowai Okazuya

    A local favorite for carry-out dining, this restaurant offers a full-service deli, vegetarian entrees, pastas, and a number of Asian influenced fish dishes. There's something here for everyone. Low prices make this a great place to grab a quick bite to eat.
  • Pizza Paradiso

    This Mediterranean restaurant stands out from the crowd. With a seasonal menu and all-natural ingredients, the food here is healthy as well as delicious. The menu includes pastas, pizzas, and a number of classic Mediterranean entrees.

Entertainment

  • Old Lahaina Luau

    Dedicated to sharing Hawaiian culture through the tradition of the luau, Old Lahaina Luau showcases authentic hula dancers and Hawaiian music. A gourmet feast is also served. This luau has a 25-year long reputation for offering hospitality and a good time.
  • Maui Ocean Center

    With a restaurant, a cafe, and a myriad of local sea creatures, this aquarium makes for a great family outing. For those seeking adventure, the aquarium features a 750,000 gallon shark tank where, for an additional fee, you can swim with the sharks.
  • Lele Kawa Ceremony At The Maui Sheraton

    According to legend, King Kahekili leapt from the top of Pu'u Keka'a to prove his spiritual strength. Today a young warrior relives this act to honor the king's memory. The ceremony is preceded by a torch-lighting ceremony.

Outdoor Recreation

  • Black Rock

    Dividing Ka'anapali Beach in half, this black volcanic rock is another excellent snorkeling site. Below the water's surface the rock is entirely encrusted in coral, making it a gathering spot for all sorts of aquatic wildlife such as green sea turtles, tropical fish, and more.
  • Kapalua Hiking Trails

    With over 100 miles of hiking trails spanning from the mountains to the sea, there's almost certainly one for you. Take a walk in the tropical beauty of Maui. The Kapalua Adventure Center provides free trail guide booklets for hikers.
  • Molokini Crater Snorkeling

    Molokini Crater is one of only 3 volcanic calderas in the world and offers an incredible snorkeling experience. You'll get to the crater via a first-class Catamaran with hot, fresh-water showers and a glass bottom for a view beneath the waves.
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Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar This restaurant takes sushi to new heights. Painstakingly crafted sushi comprised of local ingredients and infused with tropical flavors makes this a unique dinner spot. The menu also includes Asian-Pacific inspired entrees. Don't miss 25% discount on orders placed by 6:00pm!

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Kahekili Beach Park Ideal for families, this beach features shallow waters and gentle, lapping waves. It's also a great spot for snorkeling. There is plenty of public parking, but get there early because it's sure to fill up.

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Honolua Bay Not for beginners, this bay features some of the best snorkeling on the island. A short walk down a lush jungle path leads you to the right side of the bay where the snorkeling is best. Check weather forecasts and surf warnings. Currents can be inconsistent from day to day.

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Other Resources

Car Rentals

  • Budget Rental Cars

    They offer maximum convenience with locations at both of Maui's airports. Reservations can be made online.
  • Aloha Rent A Car

    Located one and a half miles from Kahului Airport, they offer low rates and pick-up service from the airport. Reservations can be made online. Rates are seasonal. Child seats are available.
  • Dollar Rental Cars

    Locations at both of Maui's airports. They offer a Rapid Check-In service and feature regional deals. Deals also available through certain credit cards or airlines.

Recreation Rentals

  • Snorkel Bob's

    A local manufacturer, seller, and renter of top-quality snorkel gear, Snorkel Bob's has everything you need to start your underwater adventure - including flotation devices, wetsuits, and complete gear sets.
  • Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort Villas

    Rent snorkel gear, "see-through" boogie boards, flotation devices, sunscreen, etc. Then, grab a drink from the nearby outdoor grill while you're at it. This is a convenient place to rent gear if you're on Ka'anapali (or Kahekili) beach and find yourself ill-equipped.
  • Maui Water Sports

    What could be more fun than cruising the crystal blue waters of the Pacific on a jet-ski? Maui Water Sports offers a number of jet-ski rental packages and provides life jackets. Seasonal rental specials are also available and can be viewed on their website.

Local Interest

  • Maui Plantation

    A real, working plantation that grows a diverse crop of Maui agricultural products such as sugar cane, orchids, coffee, papaya, and macadamia nuts. The plantation also features a restaurant, tropical gardens, guided tours, and shop that sells the goods grown on site.
  • Sugar Cane Train

    A working steam locomotive whose 6-mile track connects Lahaina with the resorts surrounding Kaanapali. Open-air coaches offer stunning views and the journey is narrated by a local tour guide who will share the history of the railway and island.
  • Banyan Tree at Courthouse Square Market, Lahaina

    Planted in 1873 to mark the 50th anniversary of the Protestant Mission in Lahaina, this Banyan tree still stands today. A court that hosts local arts and crafts booths thrives in the shade of this enormous and prehistoric-looking tree.

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