Lahaina, HI, USA

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Lahaina, HI, USA

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Fascinating Lahaina has something for everyone

Lahaina is a historic town that was once the capital of Hawaii, but is now a trendy and popular vacation destination with unique stores, restaurants, and with plenty of affordable Lahaina vacation rentals; perfect for a family-friendly Hawaiian hideaway. Lahaina was also an important whaling station in the mid-1800s, and you can still get a feel of old Lahaina as you stroll around its designated historic districts. Lahaina is also the gateway to a pristine Polynesian paradise of clear waters, sandy beaches, and a wide variety of activities at sea and on land for the whole family.

Exciting adventures await the whole family in Lahaina

The sunny climate, oceanfront setting, and superb Lahaina vacation rentals provide the perfect backdrop for an exciting family-friendly Hawaiian vacation. There’s also great beaches with ample opportunities for surfing, paddleboarding, snorkeling, scuba diving, and much more for the whole family to enjoy. Whale watching is also especially popular, either from a boat or even from the beach if you’re lucky. Or why not take a trip on a traditional Hawaiian outrigger canoe? Of course, if you prefer more land-based activities, there’s plenty to do in Lahaina itself. Take a stroll down beautiful and historic Front Street for a spot of retail therapy.

Lahaina is bursting with Hawaiian culture

Lahaina vacation rentals offer all the best in beach resort comfort and activities. In town, the Lahaina Historic Trail will guide you through Lahaina’s fascinating past, just don’t forget to jump into the Lahaina Heritage Museum on the way. Afterward, why not grab a bite at one of the top-class restaurants along the ocean front? Lahaina is also the gateway to the well-known beach resorts of Kaanapali and Kapalua to the north, where there is a whole variety of family-friendly fun with watersports of all descriptions.

Unbelievable differences in climate in Lahaina

Lahaina and the west coast of Maui County have several different microclimates. It is generally classed as having a tropical semi-arid climate with warm temperatures all year round. The historic district around Lahaina itself is the driest and calmest. Further north, Kaanapali has double the annual rainfall and is windier, then it gets even rainier in Kapalua, which has 4 times as much rain as Lahaina itself. August is the hottest month with average temperatures of around 88°F. It cools down slightly in January with averages of a cooler 65°F.

The different landscapes of Lahaina and West Maui

West Maui and Lahaina enjoy a great variety of landscapes from sandy beach, to forest and mountain. Most visitors spend time on the many superb beaches, and also on and under the sea, surfing sailing, snorkeling or scuba diving to enjoy the great variety of marine life. Whales love Lahaina, too, with the channel just off the coast a favorite haunt. Tired of the beach? The West Maui Mountains offer spectacular views over the ocean, although hiking is not for the fainthearted. However, there are guided tours through the lush rainforests and volcanic landscape.