Hale Kaanapali Hotel
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We woke up the next morning at 3...3 AM that is, raring to go. Ok, so I was up...Keller not so much. We hopped in the car, our arms overflowing with everything we'd need for the day. The plan- watch the sunrise at Haleakala Crater at Haleakala National Park, then explore the infamous Road to Hana. First off- watch the sunrise at Haleakala Crater. Leaving our hotel around 3:30 AM, we drove from sea-level to near 10,000 feet and arrived at the Haleakala Crater around 5:30 AM. The ...
... We also found that Andrew cannot use his Qantas card because he tried his pin too many times. I told him not to worry, we can access his account on the Internet to make sure monies had gone in and he is not to use his card anywhere else until we get off the boat and we can sort it out then. We can use mine in the meantime, the boast can continue to charge stuff to his, no problem! We wandered the boat to see shops and bars etc we hadn't seen just yet. We stopped on level 11 ...
... are truly swamping us both. I'm frightened. Jeff looks at me wide-eyed, says "I'm really in trouble" and the next wave crashes over him and he goes under. I reach out and yank him back to the surface, a wave batters us and we both go under. This is serious. Jeff gasps out "What do you want me to do??" The response I want to make, "Don't drown", is inappropriate. I just shake my head, grab his arm to help keep us together and say "You're all right. You're ...
... all the surfers heads bobbing up and down waiting for the perfect wave. There were men sea fishing on the beach all along the coast.
The town of Lahaina is also a spectacular sight. The main thoroughfare is Front Street and as the name suggests it runs right along the ocean front. The street is full of local trading shops and galleries selling local art from sculptures and jewellery ...
... channels between towering coral heads. We were a little apprehensive as the search and rescue forces were on hand when we arrived. They were searching for a missing snorkeler and had employed a helicopter and a jet ski in the search. We went out anyway and had a great snorkel, although we were briefly concerned when we found a stray mask on the bottom in a coral canyon. ...
Other places to stay in Lahaina
2481 Kaanapali Pkwy, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $220
- Whaler simply the best for the price!
- Over rated.
- Condo price, location, and service gets 6 STARS!
660 Wainee Street, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $151
- Great for what you pay for
- Location, location, location.
- Great Location
45 Kai Ala Drive, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $186
- Horrible experience
- Location, grounds great. Room 156 needs a lot of work.
- A great deal!
2525 Kaanapali Pkwy, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $184
- Excellent Hotel
- You get what you pay for
- What a great place!
110 Kaanapali Shores Place, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $244
- Loved it!
- Pleasantly Pleased
- Great place to stay
50 Nohea Kai Drive, Lahaina | 4 star hotelfrom $445
- Cockroach city
- Great family vacation!
- Dream Vacation At the Kaanapali Alii
3445 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $188
- Aston Kaanapali Shores, May 24-30, 2003
- Ho Hum
- Stayed There Multiple Times & Love It
475 Front Street, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $149
- Lahaina Shores is the best!
- Great hotel/condo in Lahaina!
- Favorite Hotel in Lahaina
5315 Lower Hoanoapiilani Road, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $172
- Perfect Vacation
- Relaxing, beautiful, and great little beach
- 3 weeks wasn't enough!
3543 Lower Honoapiilani Hwy, Lahaina | 3 star hotelfrom $183
- Stayed here twice, and loved it! We'll be back!
- Nice Grounds!
- Do not stay here!
2780-A Kekaa Drive, Lahaina | 2 star hotelfrom $128
658 Wharf Street, Lahaina | Hotelfrom $146
- Step back in time.
- Quirky little treasure of a hotel
- More than satisfied
127 Lahainaluna Rd., Lahaina | 2 star hotelfrom $110
- Great hotel for couples
- Prime location
- Will never return