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Our Kihei condos on Maui's sunny South Shore features the multiple beaches of Kihei, with a small town feel and a focus on nature-based assets. Hawaiian royalty had multiple summer homes and Kihei was a popular escape. Fortunately, many of the things to do appeal to varied interests and staying in this region of Maui will keep you busy for days.
Three beaches, often called Kam I, II, and III, each offer impressive views of Molokini, Kahoolawe, Lanai, and northwest Maui. Kam I and II offer seclusion and swimming; Kam I, the largest of the three, includes a beach volleyball court and Cove Park, where beginning surfers can take lessons. Charley Young Beach, great for swimming, is located at the north end of Kam I; parking is limited. Kam III borders a grassy park that locals and visitors both enjoy. All of the Kama'ole beaches have parking and facilities. Mai Poina 'Oe La'u Beach Park Mai (forget me not), at the north end of Kihei, is great for walking, kayaking, kite boarding, windsurfing, whale watching, picnics, and sailing. Keawakapu is a local favorite with incredible reef that is home to fish and frequented by snorkelers. Parking and a shower facility are available. Kihei Boat Ramp is located here for diving trips and excursions. Sugar Beach extends from North Kihei to Maalaea Wharf, with mountain, ocean, and sunset views; it is also a great spot for long walks and to see humpback whales. Chang's Beach facilities include showers and picnic tables but not lifeguards or restrooms. Surfers like this beach located near Kalama Park.
Other highlights of staying in a Kihei rental include ecological sights. Visitors can learn about aquatic life at the Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary. Kealia Pond is a national Wildlife Conservation District where the Hawaiian stilts and coots (endangered species) are protected. Kihei is perfect for visitors who want to live like a local, with its easy access to a movie theater, public tennis courts, soccer and baseball fields, roller rink, playgrounds, and a skateboard park.
Eateries in Kihei offer a number of cuisines, including Hawaiian, Italian, Asian, Latin, Thai, Mediterranean, Mexican, and places to eat seafood, steak, and desserts. The Maui Canoe Club is a great place to watch races and enjoy a farmers' market on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The Kihei Open Market is a farmers' market held every Sunday.
Swimming, whaling and snorkeling are ideal in this region. A condo in Kihei with all the little details will allow you the quality time on vacation, worry-free about comforts of home. Floor to ceiling windows overlooking the waters, with a distant view of Molokini and Lanai, plasma TV and gourmet kitchen are a few features of a Kihei condo. Start the day with coffee on your private lanai, take a daybreak stroll on the beach, just paces away, before beginning your day's itinerary. One day, make a trip to the farmers' market to mingle with local residents, taste delicious fruits and pick up items for dinner or a gourmet picnic at the beach. Another day, participate in a whale watching excursion at Maalaea Bay. Birders and nature lovers will be enthralled with the National Wildlife Conservation District in Kihei. Equally fun for travelers is a lively night on the town, complete with cocktails, fresh seafood and live music by the beach before returning to your condo.