If you are planning a family vacation in Maui, you may be wondering what area of the island will best suit your expectations. The ultimate vacation for you will depend on the age of your children, the type of amenities you seek and activities you desire.
Things to Do
Kaanapali is perhaps West Maui’s most popular vacation spot, and for good reason. Nestled just north of Lahaina, Kaanapali was Maui’s first planned resort destination and is still home to several outstanding oceanfront hotels and condominiums such as Kaanapali Alii, The Whaler, Kaanapali Royal, and Maui Eldorado.
While there may not be any new sweethearts (candy) this year, there are still plenty of ways to express your affection for the one you love. There’s something for everyone on Maui this Valentine’s Day – whether you’re with your one and only or you’re a lonely only. Here are a few events taking place across the island.
We are excited to introduce two particularly special, luxury homes to our ever-growing portfolio of vacation properties. We love being able to offer our guests a wide variety of options to perfectly suit their unique needs and wishes. These two homes at Alaeloa are just steps away from one another and can collectively accommodate up to 14 people – perfect for a large family gathering or special occasion.
Did you know there is a party on Maui every Friday? If it’s the second Friday of the month (like today!), it’s in Lahaina. Lahaina’s intimate Front Street setting, cultural and historic significance, and reputation for hosting fun lends itself perfectly to Maui Town Parties. Oceanfront restaurants offer an array of food and beverage choices with casual takeout, family restaurants and fine dining. The lively art and entertainment scene, museums and historic sites co-exist with its bustling retail district, which offers attractive retail promotions during the monthly street fair party.
The highly-anticipated Sentry Tournament of Champions will be held January 3rd through 6th at the legendary Plantation Course at Kapalua Resort on Maui. The annual tournament serves as the calendar-year opening tournament of golf’s PGA Tour season. It is unique in that its qualified field features a winners-only format – only champions from the 2018 PGA TOUR are eligible to compete.