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A pastoral getaway, our Kuau luxury rentals and its neighboring towns are part of the path to Hana in Maui. Adventure, natural contrasts of sea and land and a variety of small businesses create the present-day Kuau, once a plantation-filled region. Kitesurfing, windsurfing and other nature-based activities are available within Kuau, alongside swimming, horseback riding and surfing for exhilarating experiences.

A recent USA Today explored the return of vacation rentals as an increasingly popular overnight stay option for vacationers. Hawaii continues to dominate as an extraordinary destination, with beaches consistently ranking high as a major draw. Combined, Hawaii vacation rentals are appealing to every budget level and any number in a travel party, from solo to couple to extended family and friends. Kuau luxury rentals offer amenities not readily available in a small inn. Staying in a less common area will give you a tighter sense of immersing into the charm of this town, with paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy), incredibly fascinating shopkeepers and owners of local eateries, less populated sights, all with access to significant landmarks in this region. The general store, gelato company, cookie shop, fish market, specialty chocolates, shave ice and coffee are places to eat for casual snacks or meals or pack a few treats for a picnic.

Hookipa Beach Park in Paia (just a mile away) is the place for a beach day and is considered the windsurfing capital of the world. Watch or take a lesson. Luxuries, both little and big ones, here will give you an enhanced experience while on vacationboutique spas for a massage, romantic seaside cafes and a roomy garden tub to sink into after a hike in Makawao. Cocktails on the lanai curled up on a lounge chair to watch the sunset and later stargaze are rare opportunities with privacy not found at a hotel. Find time to hike the Pipiwai Trail at Haleakala National Park. Earn your steak dinner with a good hike and you'll be treated along with way with colorful blooms, lava rock, surreal waterfalls and rare glimpses of varied landscape and native plants and birds

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