Kihei, HI, USA

Kihei, HI, USA

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Renting a Condo in Kihei

Kihei is situated along the Southwest portion of Maui County, in Hawaii. The area is lined with miles of picturesque beaches that are perfect for everything from sailing to fishing. When visiting, consider renting a condo or house, most of which include internet access, outdoor grills and hot tubs.


Most of Kihei is lined with pristine and sprawling beaches. If you're searching for a place to have a picnic or want to try your hand at fishing, the beaches in Kihei offer amazing views and many exciting things to do.

Kamaole Beach Park

The Kamaole Beach Park is a majestic oceanfront park that provides unforgettable views and an open sandy beach to relax on. There are several snorkeling spots in the area, where you can get a glimpse of the extensive sea life native to the region.

Kalama Beach Park

Kalama Beach Park is a vast beachfront space that includes a playground, various sports courts, a skate ramp and picnic tables. This space is mere feet from the sandy shore, making it the perfect daytime getaway when in Kihei.


Kihei is a majestic Hawaiian location that's the perfect backdrop for golfing. There are several courses in the area that will provide a challenge to beginners and experienced golfers alike.

Maui Nui Golf Club

The Maui Nui Golf Club is a wonderful 18-hole course that comes with a useful driving range. The views are spectacular and the course is kept in great condition. The fairways are wide and friendly, but the greens can be fast, which is why patience is necessary to master the course.

Wailea Blue Golf Course

Situated just beside the expansive sea, this 18-hole course is one of the most beautiful golfing destinations in the world. The fairways and greens are well maintained, while the par-3 18th hole makes for a fantastic finish.

Food and Drinks

While most of the restaurants in Kihei are known for their delicious seafood, the city is home to restaurants of all cuisines, from classic American to French.

Kihei Caffe

When searching for an ordinary breakfast to start your day, look no further than Kihei Caffe. The menu includes everything from omelets and cinnamon rolls to french toast and pork fried rice. A hot cup of coffee will keep you energized for the day ahead.

Cuatro Restaurant

The Cuatro Restaurant is an upscale eatery that specializes in Asian and Latin dishes. The atmosphere is cozy and elegant, while the extensive menu has items for everyone. Try the Asian Style Pork Quesadilla or Togarashi Seared Ahi for your entree. Top this off with a Kihei Cooler, which combines ice creams, nuts, fruits and chocolate sauce to create a delicious dessert.


Due to its location in the state of Hawaii, Kihei is hot all year round. The summer months have average highs in the upper 80's, while the winter months only dip to an average high in the lower 80's. Rainfall is most prevalent from the months of October until April. Because of this, the best time of year to visit would be during the late summer or early fall. Rainfall is lower and the early summer crowds have begun to dissipate.

How to Get There

When traveling to Kihei, make sure to plan ahead for the transportation you'll use. The Kahalui Airport services the entire Maui area, including Kihei. If you would rather have a relaxing trip to your destination, consider traveling by cruise ship. These ships can take you to the island out of any major sea port in the U.S., including Los Angeles, San Diego and Seattle, among others. When in the city, you can get around via a rental car or private car. Public transportation is also available with the Maui Bus Public Transit System.

Attractions In and Around Kihei

Have time to spare and looking for things to do around Kihei? Some of the area's family-friendly draws for travelers include Maui Ocean Center and Garden of Eden Arboretum. Visitors searching for nearby cultural experiences can spend an enlightening afternoon at Maui Arts and Cultural Center. If some outdoor time is on the agenda, soak up some sun at Kalepolepo or experience the natural beauty of Waipuilani Park and Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge.

You can take a shopping trip to Shops at Wailea, Queen Ka’ahumanu Center and Outlets of Maui. You might also want to add other must-see places in the region like Haleakala National Park, Kaanapali Beach or Wailea Beach to your agenda.