Aina Nalu Lahaina

660 Wainee Street, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, 96761, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 660 Wainee Street, Lahaina, is near Ulalena by Maui Theatre, Boss Frog's Dive and Surf - Lahaina, Maui Diving Scuba Center Snorkel Shop, and Ocean Project.
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Travel Blogs from Lahaina

A few days exploring Maui

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 28, 2014

1 comment, 64 photos

... but in 2007, after three deaths within 12 months, they banned the rides from the National Park itself.

We are back in Kahului by 2 PM, plenty of time to follow the map on the Ipad to the Iao Valley State Park. We are in that worrying period where we are almost at the end of the car hire, when you wonder how much more you should chance it, so do a reasonably nervous crossing of the town, find the Iao Valley State Park and pay our $5 fee to use the car park. ...

Day 22-24

A travel blog entry by katrina3198 on Jun 17, 2014

6 photos

... amazing views overlooking the ocean. We managed to find a sneaky spot where we could balance our coffee on a ledge so we could have the best seats in the house! After some time googling we decided to go back in the village to buy some snorkels. We had such a great plan, sigh..... We found a little supermarket that had sold them the night before so we were going to grab the shuttle, run in and run back onto the bus before it left. The plan worked out great...until Dave ...

Raining in Paradise

A travel blog entry by john_chris on Jan 29, 2014

28 photos

... it a try tomorrow. To the left of us
is a huge wide rainbow stretching across the sky. Quite the biggest and
brightest we have ever seen.

We get to the resort in time to catch the bus and a 20 min
ride gets us to Lahaina. This is very much a tourist trap, with lots of gift
shops, lots of art galleries and lots of places to eat but clearly has a great
deal of history starting with some missionaries around the 1800's, before it
became a whaling town. ...

Maui 1

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on Oct 27, 2013

21 photos

... rate excluded any insurance.

The road to Hana is a twisting and turning mountain road that passes through beautiful forest areas, over little streams, and along the coast line. Hana itself is a small community that lives basically on its beach facilities and on the holidaymakers who come there for them and for its remoteness. Further round the coast from Hana the landscape changes from the lush ...

From the top of a volcano

A travel blog entry by teamroman on Sep 01, 2013

4 photos

We got to check out a new part of Maui today and hit a beach near Wailea called Ulua. It was written up for great snorkeling in the tidepools along the beach.  I finished my 2nd book of the trip and James was in the water for hours checking out the fish and turtles. Little did we know there was a shark attack on a snorkeler just 5 weeks back! Details here. The highlight ...