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Maalaea is the most centrally located area on Maui. It is quiet and affordable with
restaurants, accommodations, a small boat harbor, the Maui Ocean Center, a miniature
golf course, and many shops. From this central location, Kihei is a 5-10 minute drive, about
20 minutes to Lahaina, and 15 minutes to Wailea. Maalaea offers spectacular views of the
Kihei Wailea coast and Mt. Haleakala, as well as, Molokini, Kahoolawe, and the Island of
Lanai. Many boating activities depart from Maalaea Harbor daily.  Sugar Beach is just
south of Maalaea harbor and extends all the way past Kihei and into Wailea. Sugar Beach consists of very fine hard packed
sand, making this an excellent beach for walking or jogging. Some say that this beach is the most romantic place on the
island to take a morning or sunset walk.

Beautiful Beaches
Ma'alaea Beach to Sugar Beach is five miles of uninterrupted beach that is excellent for swimmers, snorkelers, and
surfers. It's home of the Freight Train (the fastest point break wave in the world).

Water Activities Abound
Maalaea Harbor offers a variety of water activities. You can choose an exciting snorkeling boat trip to Molokini, Olowalu,
and/or Turtle Town, scuba diving, an unforgettable whale watching trip (in season), charter fishing for Mahi Mahi,  Marlin,
or other game fish, or a romantic sunset dinner cruise.

 

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Ali'i Nui Snorkel Cruise

Maui fishing charters and Info

Pride of Maui Snorkeling Cruise

Additional Boating Activities

Surfing on Maui

Maui Dive Shop

Bike Down the Volcano

Parasailing Maui

Haleakala ATV Tours

Old Lahaina Luau

Royal Lahaina Luau

Maui Arts and Cultural Center

Maui Tours and Activities

Ulalena - Maui Myth and Magic Theater

Warren and Annabelle's Maui Magic Show

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Music - Masters Concert Series

Hawaiian Music Concerts - on island and on the mainland

Horseback Riding - Piiholo Ranch in Upcountry Makawao

Kapalua Zipline Adventures

Atlantis Submarine Tours on Maui

Expeditions - Maui-Lanai Ferry

Maui to Molokai Ferry Service

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The Maui Ocean Center Aquarium at Maalaea Harbor
 


Maui Tropical Plantation



 
 Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum                



 

          

 

Kihei, by the way, is pronounced KEY-HEY. Kihei is situated on the south shore of Maui. This is the
 sunnier  and dryer part of the island, boasting sunny days most of the year. Kihei is home to some world
class  beaches (i.e., Kamaole Beaches 1, 2, 3).
 Kihei also has some world class restaurants and is right
next door to upscale Wailea and Makena.  Kihei has something to offer everyone with windsurfing beaches,
swimming and snorkeling beaches, excellent restaurants, shopping, cinemas, public tennis courts (Kalama
Park) and the Kihei Boat Ramp (providing fast launches for smaller craft, rafts, and canoes, only 15
minutes from Molokini Island and the Kanio Coast lava caves).

 

               


Beautiful Beaches in Kihei                                     

Kamaole I, II, & III Beach Parks

The three "Kam" beaches all offer just about everything you could want in a day at the beach. They all offer full facilities,
with lifeguards at One and Two, and each beach has spectacular views of Molokini, Kahoolawe, Lanai, and northwest
Maui. However, while they are all similar, each one has its own unique charms.

Kamaloe Beach 1

At Kam I beach, the sand is soft and pure with plenty of room for laying out your beach towels and blankets. The beach
slopes gently into the ocean where the calm waters and gradual grade are perfect for wading and swimming. For those
itching to test out their new boards, Cove Park on the extreme north end of the beach is a popular sight for surf
instruction. A sand volleyball court also adds to the fun here.

Kamaole Beach 2

Kam II beach is nearly identical to its sister to the north, lacking only the volleyball court but making up for it with more
of  a border from the road. A small sand knoll covered in plants cuts down on the presence of the road.

Kamaole Beach 3

Kam III beach offers the most seclusion, with a small beach area being found on the other side of a large grass field. The
beach has a littlemore of a shore break than Kam I or Kam II and is perfect for little kids who are eager to play in the
surf.  The real draw to Kam III,however, is the field which offers a playground, shade, and plenty of room for other
activities.

Keawakapu Beach

Keawakapu Beach

If you visit in the summertime, Keawakapu is the picture of tranquility- a peaceful white sand beach with a gently sloping
shoreline and calm waters. In winter months, however, the unprotected shoreline is pounded by high surf. Keawakapu
is best known for the beautiful reef which produces a natural gathering spot for a variety of tropical fish, and
therefore snorkelers. Facilities here include a shower and paved parking, with other amenities found "next door"
at Ulua and Mokapu beaches. Keawakapu is the most peaceful and beautiful of the beaches in Kihei.

 

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