Hololani Resort

Address: 4401 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, 96761, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 4401 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina, is near Kapalua Plantation Course, Reef Dancer, North Loop Coastline Road Hwy 30, and Honokeana Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Lahaina

    A Fish So Nice, They Named It Twice

    A travel blog entry by oski on Mar 28, 2015

    5 photos

    ... part of downtown. In the town square is a Banyan Tree that was planted in 1873 and now fills almost the whole square block with it's roots and branches. It's the largest Banyan Tree in Hawaii and one of the largest in the US. Underneath the trees branches a craftsman fair was going on, with tables set up and people selling anything from jewelry and perfume to glassware and wood carvings.

    By the time we got back to ...

    Moving Forward in the Sonic

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Mar 05, 2015

    4 photos

    Today, we hopped in our Chevy Sonic (MPG 31+) and headed up the mountain (see attached). We took the lower elevation route (elevation 3000 ft). Our route took us through the towns of Kula, Keokea, and Ulupalakua. In the town of Kula, we visited the Kula Botanical Garden. Lots of beautiful native flowers, bushes, and trees. It was a pretty neat experience. Next stop was Ulupalakua. They have a winery there. Needless to say, Sheila and I did the wine ...

    Maui At First Glance

    A travel blog entry by donnajimtravels on Jan 30, 2015

    12 comments, 8 photos

    ... it's called here, we watched humpback whales breaching at sea. Their enormous bodies jettisoning out of the water enough for us to see their entire bodies, one after another, was what I was hoping to see! I have never seen whales from the shore. I am anticipating getting out on the water to see them up close. December to February is the most intense time here for these gorgeous mammals as they are not only nursing ...

    Just call us the ukulele masters...

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 27, 2014

    3 photos

    Another early morning today, we ate breakfast at the condo and headed south to check out Wailea aka the high rent district. Stopped at a nice beach where quite a few people were snorkelling, and made a mental note to come back with our gear - we do want to do a snorkelling excursion, but if we can also do some on a beach that'd be super! Came back and had lunch at the condo and hung out for a bit. It was very windy today, and we tried to go for a walk ...

    Black Rock Beach and Luau

    A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 14, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... has the same floatation devices that we rented for her. But needless to say, after consuming a few cups of Pacific ocean, I survived this experience and will not be the October 14th story on ID (the TV channel). I do think Melissa drank a lot more water than I did throughout the swimming experience, I was waiting for her to start hallucinating like they do on How Did I Survive, except those are usually the people that ...