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About Kaanapali

Kaanapali Travel Tips

Located on the western shore of Maui, Kaanapali is a small town close to everything the island has to offer. Families looking for Kaanapali condo rentals have many options from which to choose because Maui is such a popular spot for tourists. The best way to experience the island is by choosing to stay in a rental available by owner. These rentals are often larger, cleaner, and more comfortable than typical hotel rooms. Read on to find out more about how to have an exciting vacation in Kaanapali!

Transit

Renting a car is the best way to get around Maui. Taxi fare can quickly add up, and renting a car gives you the most freedom to explore the island. Visitors may also take the bus, and schedules are available online. A fun way to see the island is to rent a scooter or motorcycle. Local shops offer motorcycle and scooter rentals by the hour or day, and discounts are available for larger groups and military personnel.

Attractions

The beautiful and pristine beaches of Maui attract visitors from all over the world. Tourists who stay in Kaanapali rentals have the option of enjoying the gorgeous beaches at a moment's notice. Because it is such a popular area, Kaanapali beach condos fill up fast! Make sure to book your reservation online to save time.

Beaches & Parks

Makena Beach State Park, also known as "Big Beach", is a secluded, picturesque beach offering clear waters, shady picnic areas, and ample opportunities for snorkeling and surfing. It is one of the largest beaches on Maui.
Kamaole Beach Parks I, II, and III, located just a short drive away in Kehei, HI, are great beaches for swimming and relaxing. Free parking and nearby food and drink make this area very family friendly.
Iao Valley State Park is a lush, beautiful park encompassing over 40,000 acres of unspoiled land. Visitors can hike along the pedestrian path to an area overlooking Iao Needle, the 1,200-foot rock formation.

Outdoors

Tourists interested in Kaanapali beach rentals are often attracted to the many outdoor activities offered on Maui. Whale watching, snorkeling, and scuba diving are just a few of the adventures to be had while on your Kaanapali vacation. Rentals are available for surfboards and scuba equipment at many local surf shops.
Whale Watching is excellent on Maui. The waters of West and South Maui are shallow, crystal clear, and great for visibility.
Surfing is a must for adventurous ocean lovers. ...

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