Kihei is a beautiful destination located along the southwest shore of central Maui. This desirable locale boasts six miles of white sand beaches from which to choose, offering beautiful places to lounge along the shoreline and many water activities in which to participate. Shopping, dining, boat excursions, and wildlife watching, among other island adventures are all easily accessible from Kihei. You’ll also find a wide variety of Kihei vacation rentals and vacation homes, making it easy to find suitable accommodations for your Maui vacation!
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Features of Our Kihei Vacation Rentals
With its oceanfront location, the Kihei area has much to offer visitors. Many of the condos here are located along prime sections of the beachfront, putting you in perfect position to maximize every moment of your island stay. Step inside your oceanfront Maui vacation rental, where the interior is meant to reflect the natural beauty of the outdoors. These Kihei vacation rentals are decorated with subtle neutral décor and bright tropical touches that give the space a casual beachy vibe. You’ll enjoy open concept living from the comfort of these homes, where there are both spaces for gathering together and for enjoying moments of privacy.
Our vacation rentals Kihei, Maui offer open floor plans perfect for enjoying time around the vacation rental in between island activities. Wake in the morning and brew a cup of coffee from the full kitchen in these well-appointed accommodations. Full-sized appliances and cookware are provided, so if you’d prefer to enjoy breakfast from the comfort of your condo rather than venturing out to a nearby restaurant, it is easy to do so. Spread out your ingredients on the spacious kitchen counters and whip up a meal while still in your pajamas, enjoying it at the adjacent dining table. Better yet, carry your steaming mug of coffee out onto the lanai, the spacious outdoor living space just off the great room. Separated by a set of large glass doors, the private lanai offers a covered outdoor area for soaking in the scenic views, sipping a favorite beverage, and enjoying the relaxing pace of island life. Thanks to the western facing direction of many of our Kihei condos, you’re also likely to catch a fabulous Hawaii sunset with a front row view from the comfort of your private lanai.
Continue to enjoy the scenic views when inside from the plush living room furnishings. With a full wall of glass doors facing the ocean, plenty of natural light floods in by day, creating a bright, appealing space. By night, the soothing sounds of the ocean waves drift through the doors, bringing the sea into your everyday moments. Features such as Wi-Fi and flat screen TVs in our Kihei condos keep everyone connected and entertained during moments of down time.
When you’ve rounded out a full day and are ready for a good night’s sleep, the bedrooms in these condos will offer a welcome respite. Most of our condos range from well-appointed studios to spacious two-bedrooms, so you’ll find a variety of guests can be accommodated. Our condos offer far more space and privacy than what would be found in a typical hotel room, with private bedrooms separate from the main living area in which to retreat. High quality linens and comfortable beds make it easy to fall quickly asleep and to wake up feeling rested and ready to embrace the day.
Tropical Resort Grounds
Of the many reasons to stay in Kihei, the pristine white sand beaches are a top draw. You’ll find that in many Kihei vacation rentals, the silky white sand and clear waters are just outside your door. With a world class beach at your doorstep, activities such as swimming, snorkeling, and stand up paddle boarding are all within easy reach, as well as plenty of opportunities for relaxation. Many condos also boast an oceanfront swimming pool and barbecue area, adding more options for enjoying the water. And beyond the resort grounds, there’s never a shortage of things to do in Maui!
Top Kihei Activities
Kihei is located along the western facing shore of east Maui, approximately 25 minutes south of the Kahului Airport. This location is not only convenient after getting off of a long flight, but it also offers access to beautiful beaches and exciting island activities. From sipping a craft brew to surfing picture-perfect waves, you will find many ways to enjoy your stay in Kihei! These things to do in Kihei will get you started in planning memorable moments for your Maui getaway.
Sip a Local Brew
Maui Brewing Company is conveniently located in Kihei, so those who appreciate a craft brew will definitely want to stop by this establishment, the largest craft brewery in the state. Take a brewery tour to learn more about the art behind the brews made here, and then spend some time in the tasting room discovering your favorite. If you want to linger awhile, the outdoor lanai strung with white lights provides a pleasant place to enjoy a cold one. The bar offers 36 craft and specialty beers on tap. This family-friendly establishment also offers indoor dining with a full menu.
Hit the Beach
Whether your idea of the perfect beach day includes basking in the sun along the shoreline or embracing all the water activities this island has to offer, you will find it is all easy to come by in Maui. From observing vibrant marine life to discovering a new water sport, there is always something exciting to try! Catch sight of whales breeching offshore or explore the underwater world with snorkeling gear from North Kihei’s Sugar Beach, or head to the popular Kamaole Beach Park I, Kamaole Beach Park II, or Kamaole Beach Park III beaches for swimming, and boogie boarding. These are some of the best Maui beaches, and they are located just south of downtown Kihei.
In addition to the plentiful marine life you will discover on a snorkeling venture, there are also ways to enjoy the island’s wildlife without submerging yourself in water. For a land-based wildlife viewing experience, head to the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge is a home to a variety of Hawaii’s endangered wetland birds, and a migrating stop for birds that come from Alaska, Canada, and occasionally Asia. On your visit, keep an eye out for the endangered ae‘o (Hawaiian stilt) and ‘alae ke‘oke‘o (Hawaiian coot). The Kealia Coastal Boardwalk within the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge is a coastal marshland where you’re likely to spot birds and fish, among other wildlife. At the refuge, you will find friendly staff and volunteers, self-guided walks, and ranger and educational programs that will help you connect with the spectacular wildlife that call Maui home!
Plan a Road Trip
It may seem odd to plan a road trip on an island, but thanks to its relatively small size, many of Maui’s top attractions can be visited even if you are not staying in the area. With Kihei’s central location, it is also easy to make day trips to other areas in east and west Maui! The Hana Highway Road to Hana and Haleakala Crater are a couple of Maui’s top sights you’ll want to be sure to add to the itinerary.
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