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Maui Kihei Oceanfront

Planning a trip to Maui, think of going to Kihei, a stunning location on the island of Maui, or so called Valley Isle, with gorgeous views of the West Maui Mountains, visible from most of the town’s vantage points, amazing beaches and inexpensive or moderate lodgings. If you are a budget-minded person and are looking for the possibilities to enjoy the lush landscapes of the picturesque island of Maui without draining your savings account, Kihei is your top destination.

The most desirable attraction of this place is the beaches and the ocean. It’s just unbelievable but when you leave almost any lodging in Kihei, the beach is right across the street! The shore of Kihei consists of a chain of the best life guarded beaches in Hawaii. One Kihei beach may be favored for swimming, another for body surfing or board surfing, but any of them is a quintessential tropical beach, wide crescents of fine and golden sand.

A distinctive feature of this seaside town is its views of Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokini, and West Maui. Here the West Maui Mountains seem to look like a separate island, with a mysterious aura when shrouded by the morning mists and colored by the rising sun, floating in the distance.

Kihei's Kalama Beach Park is a real hot place, with shady lawns and palm trees that grow within 36 acres of oceanfront area. Great craft fairs, live music concerts and other fun events often take place there, at this family park. Skateboarders will appreciate the skate park. There are also baseball fields, basketball courts, an in-line hockey rink, a picnic pavilion, and a nice playground for children.

Eating out is never a problem in Kihei as the town has a wide selection of restaurants ranging from fast food and moderately priced chains to a number of upscale expensive restaurants offering dishes of Hawaiian Regional and Pacific Rim cuisine. The fun and entertainment doesn't end with the setting sun here. Kihei's bright nightlife feature dance clubs, karaoke spots and several sports bars.

There is something for everyone’s different taste in Kihei. Nature lovers will admire the national Wildlife Conservation District located at the north end of Kihei. Here the visitors can observe the salt water marsh where endangered Hawaiian coots thrive in their natural habitat. Nearby, in the harbor, there is an armada of voyage boats that take the tourists on charter fishing and whale watching excursions or snorkel trips. There is also an excellent public golf course in Kihei.

Anyone can enjoy the luxurious views, surf transparent blue waters and relax on the fine beach sand that is the attraction of this place. Here once Hawaiians inhabited the scattered villages, fished the ocean and looked after fishponds for royalty. Here today visitors from the whole world stay to explore the gorgeous beauty of Maui.