Located within a mile of Kihei shops and restaurants, this 15-acre condo resort is across from Kamaole Beach Park III and three miles from the championship golf ...
Situated along Maui's southwestern shore, Kihei is one of the island's largest population centers. An ideal place for travelers searching for sunshine, Kihei boasts several miles of beaches and is a great destination for swimming, kayaking and snorkeling. Nature lovers will enjoy visiting the Wildlife Conservation District, located in northern Kihei, and the Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary.
Most travelers get to Kihei via Maui's Kahului Airport (OGG), which is located about 10 miles away from Kihei via South Highway 311. Many cities in the United States don't offer flights directly to Maui, so you'll likely end up flying to Honolulu on Hawaii's main island before proceeding to Maui. Kihei offers several resort-style hotels right on the beach, but if you're looking for more personalized accommodations, there are a number of affordable bed and breakfasts as well.
Kihei is known for its hot and dry climate, receiving just 13 inches of rain yearly. The warm weather makes it a great destination for winter getaways. Visitors can sample seafood and traditional Hawaiian cuisine at the town's eclectic selection of restaurants. If you're searching for nightlife, there are many popular bars and clubs located in Kihei's Triangle district, including the Ambrosia Martini Lounge and the South Shore Tiki Lounge.
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