Your entry into the Western part of Maui starts on a breathtaking note. The moment you come this way, you’ll find yourself driving the shoreline of some of the most famous beaches in the world. And well…that’s just a start!
Head to Olu’walu Beach Park from there. It is the only major snorkel reef on Maui protected from the trade winds. So if you love snorkeling, this will be an unforgettable experience. Plus, this is a perfect place to relax on windy afternoons.
In West Maui, you’ll always be close to scenic trails and walkways (nō ka ’oi—the best!). So put on your shades, get comfortable in your “slippahs”, and refresh your soul with the island’s seaside living.
Plan a picnic with your family by driving north on Honopilani Hwy. Here, you’ll see a park called Launiupoko Beach Park (lawn-ee-oh-poko). This 6.7 acre shoreline features a natural pool enclosed by a lava rock wall – making it an exciting experience.
Eat at at Leoda’s Kitchen and Pie Shop a local café don’t forget to hop on a boating adventure to the islands of Lanai or Molokai. Best, you can do whale watching tours from the Lahaina Harbor.
The Whalers Village is West Maui’s premier oceanfront retail center. Here you find yourself surrounded by the best brands and one-of-a-kind specialty retailers. We highly recommend shopping here.
Lastly, do visit Napili-Honokowai – a town intertwined with boutique hotels and vacation condos, offering less crowds in comparison to its neighboring resort towns, or spend time at Kapalua Bay – featuring beautiful white sand beaches.
Come, say Aloha to West Maui with Aliʻi Resorts.