Visit scenic, serene Maalaea Village and stay in our privately owned oceanfront condominium at Kana'i A Nalu. You will enjoy our spacious, fully furnished two bedroom condo with two full baths. It is located on the second floor of a four story complex.
A full kitchen is provided for you, if you choose to dine in, with grocery shopping in nearby Kihei. If dining out is more your style there are excellent restaurants with gorgeous views just a few minutes walk down Haouli Street toward the Harbor. We have a comfy queen-size bed in the master bedroom which has its own private, newly remodeled bath. In the guest bedroom we have two extra long twins that convert to a king. Beach towels are available for your use as well.
The view from your private lanai encompasses Maalaea Bay, Molokini Crater, the Island of Lanai, and humpback whales in the 'winter' months. From your doorstep you can walk, swim, snorkel on the white sands of Sugar Beach, the longest beach on the island. Minutes from your unit is the Maui Ocean Center, rated Maui's #1 tourist attraction. It is a top rate aquarium that you and your family will enjoy. No Smoking and No Pets.
Make yourself at home and enjoy!
We fell in love with Kanai A' Nalu because of its location. It is central to the island and just minutes away from anything you want, yet uniquely sited on a quiet, dead-end street in a small community. The condo gardens are immaculately maintained with beautiful flowers and trees. A short walk down the street is Maalaea Harbor, home to snorkle cruises, whale watching charters, fishing boats, and our favorite restaurant, Buzz's Wharf (our favorite entree: the prawns; our favorite desert: the mango creme brulee).
Maalaea is also home to the Maui Ocean Center, filled with exotic reef fish, sea turtles, jelly fish, and sharks! We go to the Ocean Center every time we visit the island.
Humpback whales migrate to Maalaea Bay in the winter (November through March) and we often watch them right from the lanai.
Step out the door in the morning, walk barefoot on Maui's longest beach and watch the sun rise over Mt. Haleakala. Feel the sand between your toes as the ocean waves break gently on the beach. Watch the ocean for whales and sea turtles, or look just inland of the beach dunes for endangered Hawaiian stilts and other beautiful bird species on the Kealia Ponds National Wildlife Refuge.
Then retreat to the lanai for a breakfast of locally grown papaya or mango and a cup of fresh Kona coffee. There is nothing else in the world so serene and relaxing.
Please be sure to read our guest log to learn about others' experiences on the island and please add your own entry. We so enjoy all the wonderful stories of how our guests spent their time on Maui!