Things to Do and Places to Eat Near Our Maui Kihei Condo
 
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Our Favorite Things

  1. Haleakala Volcano & National Park

    Enjoy the views, hike or bike down the mountain, or take a horseback ride into the crater. If you like to rise early, take a jacket and view the sunrise from 10,000 feet! http://www.nps.gov/hale/index.htm

  2. Molokini Wildlife Preserve

    Molokini Crater is what’s left from an eruption that is said to have occurred around 230,000 years ago. The cinder cone created has since been eroded to a crescent atoll. Ever since, Molokini Crater has served as a useful place for marine life, bird life and humans. The little, uninhabited island has been finally protected, but can still be visited. More information at molokinicrater.com

  3. The Road to Hana

    Cruise along the coast, stop and swim at Black Sand Beach, view the falls, and hike through the bamboo forest. http://www.mauiinformationguide.com.

  4. Scenic Drive

    Drive south on Highway 31 to La Pereuse Bay Marine Preserve to see where Captain Cook landed on Maui. See the black lava flows from Haleakala's last eruption approximately 200 years ago.

  5. Maui Ocean Center & Aquarium

    For an up-close view of Maui’s under-sea life, it’s truly amazing. http://www.mauioceancenter.com/

  6. Kamaoli II Beach

    Our local beach (pictured above). Go every day for swimming, snorkling, and watching the sunset.

  7. Maui Luaus

    Experience a traditional Hawaiian song, dance and hula performance and Hawaiian feast. Some of the more popular luaus include: Old Lahaina Luau, Feast at Lele, Maui Sunset Luau, and Ka'anapali Beach Luau.

  8. Paia Fishmarket Restaurant

    Enjoy some healthy eats at the Paia Fishmarket. They feature family style seating where you can rubg elbows and make friends with local surfers, wind surfers and big wave surfers from across the globe. Their impressive selection of fresh fish is caught by local fishermen off the shores of the Hawaiian islands and they offer produce grown on the Maui whenever possible. Generous portions of food at reasonable prices! For locations, hours and directions: paiafishmarket.com.

  9. The Waterfront

    Fine dining for a special experience. 50 Hauoli St., Wailuku, HI 96793-9510, (808) 244-9028. waterfrontrestaurant.net.

  10. Mama's Fish House

    Great for an authentic Hawaiian experience. 799 Poho place, Paia, Maui, HI (808) 579-9248 mamasfishhouse.com.

  11. Fresh Fruit Market

    The best place to get your local fresh pineapples, mangos, papayas, and baked specialties. Supports local farmers. Located in South Maui. 61 S. Kihei Rd. (across from Kihei Canoe Club), Kihei. Open Mon-Thurs 8:00am-4:00pm, Fri 8:00am-5:00pm

  12. Shopping

    Azeka Shopping Center, Piilani Village Shopping Center, Hilo Hattie, and the Shops at Wailea.

  13. Golfing

    Maui has abundant golf opportunities. Check out Maui's Golf Coast from the Maui Visitor's Bureau.