Property at a Glance: Maui Kamaole
From a private lanai attached to each condo at Maui Kamaole, guests bask in the Hawaii sunshine. Inside, each unit features a seating area, a kitchen equipped with a microwave and coffee machine, and complimentary high-speed WiFi. The nature-focused decor mirrors the tropical gardens found throughout the low-rise property. The sprawling resort also encompasses two pools, a hot tub, and tennis courts.
- Have a cookout beneath palm trees and pergolas in one of the resort’s barbecue areas.
- Stroll to the surf: Kamaole Beach Park III and Keawakapu Beach are within walking distance
- Ahihi Kinau Natural Area Reserve: a memorable snorkeling experience, thanks to its combination of lava rock and coral formations
- Tee time: Both the Maui Nui and Wailea Golf Clubs are located within 4 miles of the condo.
- Shopping: The famed Shops at Wailea houses 70 restaurants, galleries, and boutiques, including Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Tiffany & Co.
Maui, Hawaii: Gorgeous Beaches, Haleakala Volcano, and Seasonal Whale Watching
Maui is considered one of the Pacific’s most beautiful spots and a favorite among Hollywood’s elite. Arguably, Maui’s biggest attraction is Haleakala, the world’s largest dormant volcano, which technically encompasses 75% of the island. A paved road leads up to Haleakala’s summit, where visitors can stretch their legs and walk around the rim of the lunar-like volcanic crater. The towering peak is a playground for bicyclists, who coast down the slopes all the way to the beach town of Paia.
Elsewhere on the island, it’s a rite of passage to drive the Road to Hana, a 68-mile route that zigzags along the scenic northeastern coast with more than 600 hairpin curves. There are several points of interest along the way, including botanical gardens, tiny villages, and waterfall pools for swimming.