Assuming you’ve been sensible and saved some shekels or–lucky duck–you’re getting back a nice tax return, you can still say aloha to that well-deserved vacation.
It’s called Nani Kai Hale.
This Hawaiian vacation condo goes on sale in May for $125 a night or $120 a night for stays at least two weeks or more. It’s doubtful you’ll be spending much time inside the fourth-floor unit seeing as to how it’s thisclose to Sugar Beach, which takes lovers on a five-mile stroll along the shimmery waters of Ma’alaea Bay. With the West Maui Mountains also touching the picture-perfect horizon, it’s one scene to be permanently imprinted in your memory.
At some point during your visit, you’ll want to hike to the Haleakala National Park, where a stretch of trails from the coastline weaves its way up to the summit of the dormant volcano that stuns in its raw, rugged beauty.
Like many Hawaii vacation rentals, this one has a full kitchen, plus gas grills to barbecue by the sea.
Remember not to blink, as you may miss the whales passing you by.