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The Lahaina is a Maui hotspot with tens of fine arts galeries and a multitude of one-of-a-kind stores and restuarants. It is also full of historical heritage as a former seafaring community that offers a great place for Maui to be entertained and active. Home to the main port of West Maui, Things To DoLahaina is the starting point for snorkelling, watch whales, dive and ocean angling, as well as sundown sail and dining cruise.
Snorkellers and scuba diver will love a trip to Molokini Island about three kilometres off the coast, where you can bathe in the midst of a stunning underwater world in a semi-submerged volcano craters. Lahaina offers many sea sports such as bodysurfing and windsurfing, snorkelling, canoeing, angling, yachting, standing paddling and paradise.
Children and grown-ups can take the Sugar Cane Railway between Lahaina and Kaanapali. In Lahaina and the surrounding area there are many other things to do, from civilising to walks and sightseeing of historical Sights. Guests also benefit from daily excursions to other areas of Maui, such as the peak of Haleakala Volcano and the picturesque trip to the city of Hana.
Near BeachesLahaina's coast is a little rugged with confined sands, so the best sun and swim spots can only be found in the northern and southern parts. Exceptions are Baby Strand, a small section of shore that is very much loved by kids. The Wahikulu Wayside Park is a beautiful bathing area with a soft golden bottom just off Lahaina and Lahaina's southern shore is Launiupoko State Wayside Park, surrounded by lush grassland and outdoor recreational areas.
Olowalu Beach is also located to the southern part of Lahaina, famous for great snorkelling and beautiful white sands. Lahaina Town's windsurfing spot includes the Lahaina Harbour Surfbreak, Breakwall and Shark Pit windsurfing spot just outside the harbour. To have more enjoyment on the west bank, drive to Kaanapali and Kapalua to the northeast or Wailea to the southwest to see some of Hawaii's most beautiful sands.
RestaurantLahaina provides a large selection of dishes ranging from delicious dishes of Italy, Mexico and Thailand to Hawaii Regional Cooking with the freshest shellfish and freshest regional cuisines. Lahaina has something for everyone, from relaxed and relaxed meals and diners to delicious delicacies cooked by top cooks. Situated in a historical guesthouse with a uniquely 1890s décor, the Lahaina Grill provides cutting-edge US cooking with the freshest domestic shellfish and dairy cuisines.
Lahaina's famous restaurants are often one of the liveliest in Lahaina. It is a great place to taste some of Hawaii's local food such as imu-fried calua pork. The Lahaina "Art Walk" takes place every Friday night, where you can rummage through a dozen different galeries and encounter some of the world' s artis. Renting a vehicle is highly recommendable when you come to Lahaina to see the many local historical places and the numerous sandy and sandy beach areas, as well as enjoying daily excursions to Haleakala Volcano, Heavenly Hana and other Maui sights.
Maui' local buses operate 7 working day a day and provide connections between most of the larger municipalities, as well as western, southern and central Maui, as well as haiku, kula and the Maui upcountry. The weather and sea conditions are between 70 and 80 F on most nights, sometimes you dive into the 1960s in winters and over 90 C on the warmest summers.
As a rule, the Tradewind helps to ensure that even on the hottest day the climate is pleasant. Maui' s western and southern sides generally enjoy good year round wheather, while the northern and eastern coasts are more vulnerable to the northeastern trade wind and see more rains, although the wheather is also well-received.
Sea condition varies every single working days, although the sea in Lahaina is relatively quiet and welcoming for aquatic pursuits. If you want to do aquatic sport and swim, you should go to the beach of Maui and ask about the terms of the chosen sport on that one. Holiday InfoFrom the beach houses to condominiums in prime resorts, we have Lahaina for you.
The Lahaina Villas are a great way to spend your Hawaii holiday with all the luxury of resorts and the comfort of home. Explore our Lahaina holiday home offers to get an insight into the different conveniences and real estate characteristics we cater for. It is our aim to make Lahaina an unforgetable place to stay for your holiday in Hawaii.
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History LaHaina was once the capitol of the Kingdom of Hawaii and home to many kings and high wardens. In the early and mid-1800s, Lahaina was home to some of the first US Missionary troops to arrive on the islands, and was also frequented by several hundred whaler vessels that replenished their supplies and gave the crews enough relaxation between voyages.
In Lahaina, irrepressible whaling ships collided with evangelists, and many constructions from that time can still be seen today, among them the prison at Old Lahaina, where stubborn seamen were held. The Lahaina Walk is a great way to get to know the region's wealthy past with its skippers, ministers and the Hawaiians.