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Local Area & Activities

Paradise is found. Idyllic sandy beaches, scenic drives, and some of the most stunning natural wonders of the world - Maui is an island of endless discovery.

Rainbow over the ocean

LAHAINA STRONG

Maui continues efforts to recover after the devastating wildfires that destroyed Lahaina and surrounding areas. If you are preparing for an upcoming trip to Maui, we ask that you extend extra care and compassion to the community due to the recent tragedy. Many activity vendors, restaurants and other attractions in West Maui were either lost entirely or have not resumed operations. Certain areas within the region, including Lahaina Town, remain off-limits. The Maui Now website has a listing of What's Open on Maui to help plan your stay.

Top Picks

  1. Upcountry Maui Hawaii
    Upcountry

    Upcountry is the place to go holoholo. The only thing sweeter than the lavender and eucalyptus-scented air is the eclectic boutiques, organic ranches, beautiful parks and gardens.

  2. Kaanapali Beach in Maui Hawaii
    Kaanapali Beach

    Literally steps from our front door is the beautiful stretch of sandy Kaanapali Beach. You’ll have a tough time deciding between going snorkeling, kayaking, or just relaxing—and an easy time doing them all.

  3. Snorkeling maui hawaii
    Snorkeling & Scuba Diving

    Let’s be clear: Maui’s waters are so clear that you can see up to 150 feet depths. Add in the world’s friendliest sea turtles, spinner dolphins, plus hundreds of species of fish, and you’ve got the finest snorkeling and diving in all of Hawaii.

  4. Water sports surfing maui hawaii
    Water Sports

    Maui is where it’s at for all kinds of surfing and SUP-ing (stand up paddleboarding). Wild waves and skilled instructors are easy to find, so get in the water and take up your favorite water sport.

  5. Outrigger canoeing maui hawaii
    Outrigger Canoeing

    All aboard for an experience that is truly one-of-a-kind. Head to Maui Sailing Canoe in Wailea to sail the waters of Maui aboard a waapea (traditional Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe).

  6. Ziplining maui hawaii
    Ziplining

    You can hang ten in the water, but you can hang 3600 on a zipline. There are many places to zipline across the island, including Maui’s longest zipline at 3,600 feet.

  7. Island Vintage Coffee
    Good Coffee

    If there's one thing most coffee aficionados love - it's Hawaiian grown coffee. Indulge the opportunity to try delicious coffees from the famous Kona region and all over the islands. Maui is home to a variety of coffee-tasting experiences, be it a quaint cofee shop on a quiet road to roasters and bustling shops at the local mall. Be sure to try one of favorites - Island Vintage Coffee at the nearby Whalers Village for the finest coffees and fresh acai bowls.

  8. Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman
    Dining at Whalers Village

    Where foodies, beer lovers, and families go to taste the best foods in Kaanapali. Try Monkeypod Kitchen by Merriman at their third location at Whalers Village. Whether it's live local music, culinary cocktails, day boat fish, or a slice of cream pie, there's something for everyone.

  9. Island Vintage Coffee
    Shopping at Whalers Village

    An essential part of the Kaanapali Beach community for many years, Whalers Village has something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a new outfit to wear on your trip or need a gift for someone special, shop till you drop with an array of local and international brands to choose from.

Aston at The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach

2481 Kaanapali Parkway  Lahaina, HI  96761
Toll Free Reservations: 855-945-4049
Property Direct: 808-900-8809
Fax: 808-661-8315

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