Aloha Lani Inn

494 Wainee Street, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, 96761, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 494 Wainee Street, Lahaina, is near Feast At Lele, Ironwood Ranch, Maui Segway Tours, and Lei Spa.
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    Travel Blogs from Lahaina

    Waiting for a storm or two

    A travel blog entry by faganroadtrip on Aug 07, 2014

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    1. Mother Nature brings the good with the bad, and we spotted a long-lasting rainbow over the ocean followed by a pod of dolphins jumping waves as the storm approached.
    2. When you're swimming in the pool, who cares if it is raining?
    3. After traveling such a long distance, it is easy to forget that you are still in the U.S, but when exploring Hawaiian towns, there are numerous reminders (Subway, Jamba Juice, and Starbucks...) that in fact you are still in the ...


    A travel blog entry by laymangl on Jun 11, 2014

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    We slept a little later this morning, heading to Lahaina at 8:30 for our trilogy tour to Lanai. Wandered around Banyan square and geocached while we waited for departure. The ride over was smooth. Flying fish but no dolphins. We went straight to the beach and started snorkeling. The surf was up so it was kinda tough. After snorkeling, we sat on the beach for a while. ...

    We Passed!

    A travel blog entry by russelljfriesen on May 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... dive where we had to navigate a course using our compass underwater. Strangely Myra did better than me...she rarely can navigate on land but is good underwater...go figure. We are officially certified!

    We had lunch at a great little place called star noodle and had the best Poke we had ever tried (raw Ahi tuna). We did a slow ...


    A travel blog entry by barbo on Dec 09, 2013

    18 photos

    ... and sunny central isthmus, giving the island its lush, verdant look. Once the most influential crop in the daily lives of Maui's residents, sugar cane continues to be an economic contributor for the State of Hawaii, both as a leading agricultural crop and, in the form of bagasse, fuel for steam-driven electrical generators. In the Pacific, Polynesian settlers introduced sugar cane to Hawaii more than a thousand years ...

    Maui the Magic Isle

    A travel blog entry by amrita.mkj on Nov 27, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... visitors definitely try to take a dip in this pool! One unique site this place is.
    On the third day, we went to the magestic Haleakala National Park.The name Haleakala in Hawaiian states " the house of the sun" and thus the sunrise is a must watch! It features the dormant volcano. Its an extremely scenic place and you can't stop clicking pictures at every given time! One of my personal favorite is this place!
    If you ...