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On the island of Maui, Kapalua Bay has many wonderful things to offer, including warm ocean breezes, plenty of sunshine, and delicious food. While the meaning of the island’s name is unknown, we do know that according to Hawaiian mythology, Maui was a trickster and demigod who created the Hawaiian islands by having his brothers fish them out of the sea. Regardless of how the islands formed, we are happy to share some of the best tips and interesting facts about Maui with you.

When you’re on vacation, you want to be able to enjoy everything as much as possible, while also getting the most out of your downtime. If you are looking for the best luxury vacation villas in Kapalua Bay, then be sure to contact Aloha Vacation Villas and book your Kapalua vacation villa today!

Best Time of Year

While any time of the year is a great time to visit Maui, one of our previous posts took a look at several different activities that you might be interested in trying when you come. The average temperature on Maui hovers between 75 and 85 degrees, with the weather being a little warmer and drier in the summer months. In fact, our side of the island (Kapalua Bay) is a little bit drier than the eastern side.

Passport Requirements

Hawaii is part of the United States, so unless you’re traveling from somewhere else in the world, you don’t need to worry about bringing your passport along with you.

What to Pack

As we mentioned earlier, the weather is Maui is pretty temperate all year long. It’s not a bad idea, however, to check the weather forecast before you come. Make sure to pack a light jacket or sweater for the evenings. If you plan on visiting Haleakala, then be sure to bring a heavier jacket and closed-toe shoes. The weather at the volcano can be unpredictable, which means that you will need to be prepared for cold wind, heavy rain, or even hot sunshine.

Natural Attractions

Haleakala 

While there are no active volcanoes on Maui, Haleakala is one of the most stunning landmarks to visit. It is considered dormant, but not extinct, which means that it will erupt again at some point. While there is disagreement as to precisely when its last eruption was, carbon dating puts it at the late 1400s.

Lahaina Banyan Court 

The famous Banyan Tree in Lahaina Court was planted on April 24, 1873, which makes it the oldest living Banyan on Maui! Its trunk and root system now cover a little over half an acre! It is not only the largest Banyan on Maui, but also the largest in the United States!

The Road to Hana Waterfalls 

The Road to Hana is famous for many reasons, including the stunning ocean views, lush landscape, and the wide variety of waterfalls. There are a multitude of waterfalls to see on your journey, but be sure to stop and enjoy the Twin Falls at mile marker 2, Ching’s Pond & Falls just a little past mile marker 16, and Wailua Falls at mile marker 45. These are just three of the many wonderfully different waterfalls that you can enjoy on your drive. 

Make sure to book a relaxing place to stay with Aloha Vacation Villas. Our luxury vacation rentals offer the room and privacy that you need to fully unwind after a day of exploring and fun. Call and reserve your Kapalua vacation villa today.

One of the best things to do whenever you go on vacation is to try some of the most popular local restaurants and dishes. No trip to Maui would be complete without taking a tour of the wonderful array of dishes that represent international cuisine. Maui is a wonderful mixture of many different cultures and ethnic groups. Some of the most prominent ethnic groups are Caucasians, Filipinos, Japanese, and native Hawaiians. Native Hawaiians are just a minority of the population, however, with most claiming lineages from China, Korea, Puerto Rico, Africa, and Portugal.

Given the rich diversity of the island, you can look forward to some of the most delicious meals you’ve ever tried! If you are looking for Kapalua Bay villas for your next vacation, then be sure to contact Aloha Vacation Villas and browse all of the options they have in Kapalua Bay.

Pa‘ia Fish Market South

Operating since 1989, the Pa‘ia Fish Market is an iconic restaurant in the heart of Pa‘ia town. From local surfers to world travelers, you are sure to feel comfortable and fit right in to their family-style restaurant. They depend on the fresh catches of local fishermen each day to provide the best local fish meals on the island. Their promise is that you won’t leave hungry.

Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar

Sansei Seafood  Restaurant and Sushi Bar is proud to offer contemporary sushi and new wave Asian-inspired dishes. Inspired both by Japanese traditions and the owner’s status as a third generation, Japanese American, Sansei was so named because of its meaning — third generation. Be sure to stop by and see for yourself why this restaurant has earned such critical acclaim to be mentioned in Wine Spectator and Bon Appetit.

Geste Shrimp

Food trucks and Maui go together like fresh fish and island living. Located on Kahului Beach Road next to Kahului Harbor, Geste Shrimp has the distinction of being voted the best food truck on Maui for two years in a row! They are famous for their Hawaiian shrimp, but you are sure to enjoy any plate you order. Don’t wait too late to grab your food, because while they are open until 5:30 on Tuesdays through Saturdays, you don’t want to arrive and find out that they ran out of shrimp!

Aloha Mixed Plate

For a true taste of Hawaii, be sure to grab a meal at Aloha Mixed Plate in Lahaina. Not only have they won the award for Best Cheap Ocean View Dining, but everything on the menu is an authentic Hawaiian favorite! In fact, the owners of Aloha Mixed Plate also own the Old Lahaina Luau, which means that if you eat there in the evening at the right time, you could also enjoy wonderful Hawaiian music with your meal. 

No matter where you travel, there will always be unique and delicious foods to try. When you visit Maui, be sure to enjoy as many different local dishes as you can. You can further enjoy your stay when you make your reservations with Aloha Vacation Villas and enjoy the accommodations at our luxury Kapalua Bay Villas. Call today to plan your Maui vacation.

Pineapples are one of the best fruits that grow on this planet. In fact, people have discovered numerous ways to enjoy this deliciously sweet fruit. From drinks and desserts to salads and main dishes, you will be amazed at the number of recipes that feature pineapples. If you’ve ever wondered about where pineapples originally came from, how they are farmed, and other interesting facts, then continue reading today’s post and contact Aloha Vacation Villas to learn about our luxury vacation rentals in Kapalua Bay.

Origins of the Pineapple

Believe it or not, historians believe that the pineapples origins are South American — the area between Brazil and Paraguay, to be precise. Later, they were imported to Europe and eventually appeared in Hawaii around 1813.

Pineapple Trivia

If you enjoy having interesting bits of information that you can share with others, then keep reading to learn some of the most interesting pineapple trivia!

  • Hummingbirds are the natural pollinators for pineapple
  • Wild pineapples that are pollinated by bats do the opposite of the majority of flowers by opening them at night and closing them at day
  • Two years is the average time for a pineapple plant to produce fruit
  • Each pineapple plant produces just one pineapple per year
  • Grow your own pineapple by planting the top of one in rich soil
  • You cannot use pineapple in jello — it won’t jell
  • Picked pineapples cannot continue to ripen and an unripe pineapple is not only disgusting, but also poisonous
  • The pineapple core is edible despite being tough
  • The Hawaiian word for pineapple is Hala kahiki

Pineapple Tours

Pineapple tours are a great way to see first-hand how they are grown, processed, and distributed. Depending on your interests, you can even book a tour with lunch, or learn how pineapples are being used in a number of different tropical drinks. Some pineapple plantations even offer zipline tours! Depending on your preference and experience, you can choose either an introductory zipline or a more extreme zipline course on that is longer, higher, and faster.

More Pineapple Trivia 

If you’re like us, then you were captivated by the previous list of pineapple trivia, and so we have some more interesting tidbits to share with you.

  • Pineapples are actually many berries that have grown together to form one fruit
  • Historically, they were useful on long boat trips to help prevent scurvy
  • Since pollination is required for seed formation, but seeds have a negative effect on the taste, pineapples are grown through vegetative reproduction, or cloning
  • You can trick pineapples into flowering using smoke, which is how the plants can produce more than one pineapple per year

At Aloha Vacation Villas in Kapalua Bay, we are passionate about Hawaii, including pineapple. We know that when you get ready to plan your vacation, you want to prepare for all of the fun activities and sights that our island has to offer. As you think about the things that will help you to fully relax, don’t forget the most important aspect — your luxury vacation rental! We offer a wide variety of options to provide you with the space and amenities you need to fully enjoy your time here on Maui. Be sure to call Aloha Vacation Villas today and reserve your luxury vacation rental in Kapalua Bay.

If you have recently had a baby, then congratulations are in order! You may be planning a family vacation to Maui and wondering how to make the most of it with your infant. If this sounds like you, then continue reading to learn what activities to plan so that everyone can fully enjoy their time on our beautiful island. At Aloha Vacation Villas in Kapalua Bay, we know that feeling at home while you’re on vacation is priceless, which is why we offer a wide variety of luxury vacation rentals. Continue reading to learn what to do on your Hawaiian vacation with your baby and contact Aloha Vacation Rentals to reserve your rental today.

Maui Ocean Center

The Maui Ocean Center is home to some of Maui’s unique and rare marine life. From humpback whales to sea turtles and more, you will be amazed at the marine animals and environments that exist nowhere else in the world. There are a variety of daily presentations for the whole family to enjoy including, Shallow Reef, Turtle Lagoon, Tide Pool, and more.

Old Lahaina Luau

Experience live demonstrations of native Hawaiian culture, featuring the hula, at a traditional luau and feast at the Old Lahaina Luau. Due to the popularity, make sure to schedule advance reservations as each show sells out quickly. You and your family can sit down, enjoy a delicious meal, and then experience the storytelling of the luau.  

‘Iao Valley State Monument

Take advantage of the wide variety of baby carriers and hiking packs for infants, and explore one of the most beautiful hiking spots on the island — ‘Iao Valley State Monument. In fact, you don’t even need to do “true” hiking to experience all that the park has to offer. There are plenty of easy paths that are suitable for walking for you to enjoy.

Ululani’s Hawaiian Shave Ice

Not all Hawaiian shave ice is created equally as Ululani’s proves. They sell the best shave ice in the world, and you will have to experience it for yourself. With four locations, you won’t have to go very far from Kapalua Bay to find one and enjoy your favorite flavor, or try a new one!

Maui Baby Beaches 

Don’t let the name deceive you — these are not tiny beaches. Rather, these baby beaches are ideal for families with infants and toddlers as they are known for having soft sand, good weather, and an outer reef, which shelters the beach. While we hope you’ll explore as many of the beaches of Maui as you can, if you are traveling with an infant or young children, then you’ll want to visit Launiupoko Beach, Baby Beach Lahaina, or Baby Beach Paia. When your little ones are ready to take a break from the ocean, make sure to rent a beach shade cabana to shelter them from the sun and sand while they nap.

At Aloha Vacation Villas in Kapalua Bay, we believe that everyone should enjoy all that Maui has to offer, which is why we offer luxury vacation rentals. When you feel at home on the island, even if your stay is brief, you will more fully enjoy your daily excursions as you relax in the privacy of your rental each night. Call today and see all that we have to offer.

When you envision taking a vacation in Hawaii, the beach is probably the first location you think of. While there are many beautiful beaches to see during your time on Maui, there are also many other recreational activities that you should be sure to take advantage of. From golfing and hiking to ziplining and tennis, there are a wide variety of activities for all ages and interests.

In today’s post, we’ll take a look at some of the other recreational options available to you during your next stay in Kapalua Bay. If you’re looking for the best Hawaiian Vacation Rentals, then be sure to contact us today and book the perfect Maui beachfront rentals available.

Golf

Kapalua has two championship golf courses that are absolutely breathtaking! As guests of Aloha Vacation Villas, you can enjoy the best golf discounts available for the Bay and Plantation courses. In fact, you can even reserve your tee times up to 45 days in advance! With more than fifteen golf courses to choose from, you could golf every single day of your vacation if you wanted to!

Hiking Trails

One of the most amazing things about Maui is that it offers dozens of climate zones and a wide variety of hiking trails. Whether you are interested in hiking some of the alpine desert trails, rainforest trails, or even trails that end at stunning waterfalls, you are sure to find the perfect trail that matches your skill and interest level. The Waihee Ridge Trail is about two and a half miles in length with moderate difficulty. You will be able to see Waihee Gorge and Makamakaole Gulch. Mahana Ridge Trail connects the Maunalei Arboretum to the heart of the Kapalua Resort. While you will be able to enjoy spectacular views of Mokupe’a and Honokahua Gulches, you should be prepared for a strenuous hike of approximately 20 miles.

Ziplining

One of Maui’s most popular activities, ziplining allows you to take advantage of a unique view of the island’s plant and wildlife. There are several different zipline tours available, which means that you can choose the intensity, duration, and location. No two tours are alike, so be sure to try them all for the ultimate experience! There are zipline tours of plantations, bamboo forests, and the Pacific coastline.

Tennis

Kapalua Resort offers Kapalua Tennis Garden for your enjoyment. Lushly landscaped, the tennis complex offers 10 PLEXIPAVE™ courts that are paired in tiered clusters. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, you will find many things to enjoy, including their live ball clinics! They offer weekly, drop-in doubles and clinics, so that guests can meet other players of similar abilities for additional play time during vacation. 

At Aloha Vacation Villas, we get to enjoy the paradise that is Maui each and every day. We want to share this paradise with you, which is why we offer a wide variety of Hawaiian vacation rentals for your convenience. Call today and let us share all of the available Maui vacation rentals available.

Going to the beach is one of the top-rated vacations for most people. Sun, sand, and surf provide the ideal environment to relax and play for kids and adults alike. At Aloha Vacation Villas, we know that the beach has so much to offer, and so today, we will take a look at some of the beaches of Maui. We hope that they give you ideas to try for your next vacation. Call today to book your Hawaiian Vacation Rental today!

Oneloa Beach

Also known as Ironwoods Beach, Oneloa is a quarter mile of uncrowded sand and surf next to the Kapalua resort. Oneloa means “long sand.” If the wind is something you don’t enjoy, then schedule your visit during the morning, as the afternoons can become very windy. There is a shallow reef near the shoreline, towards the eastern end of the beach, and this is where the parking lot path will lead you. However, you can just keep walking until you discover the nice sandy bottom at the far end.

D.T. Flemming Beach Park

If you’re looking for a beach with lots of sand, full facilities, and shade, then you will want to check out the D.T. Flemming Beach Park. It is much less touristy than other beaches on Maui, which will mean more space to play. If you enjoy surfing or boogie boarding, keep an eye out for the right combination of wind, tide, and swells to catch some great sets. Be careful to pay attention to the surf forecast, however, as conditions can sometimes become dangerous with high surf and strong rip currents.

Kapalua Resort Bay

Winner of the title of America’s Best Beach in 1991, Kapalua Bay boasts picturesque views, plentiful palm trees, luxuriously soft sand, and pristine waters. Whether you prefer to soak up the sun or explore the marine life, you will not be disappointed. The waves are gentle, and there is vibrant marine life due to the sheltered sanctuary that Kapalua Bay provides.

Honolua Bay

For those of you who enjoy snorkeling and diving, Honolua Bay is one of the best places to enjoy these activities. As part of the Marine Life Conservation District, there is no fishing allowed. Honolua means “two harbors” in Hawaiian and was historically used for shipping and receiving supplies. You are sure to see plenty of fish, turtles, and coral if you swim out a little from the beach.

Mokule’ia Bay

Mokule’ia Bay, more commonly called Slaughterhouse Beach, is a gorgeous, crescent-shaped beach. The beach earned its common name due to the slaughterhouse that used to be situated on the edge of the cliffs. Today, however, the building is no longer in existence, so you don’t need to worry. There isn’t a lot of parking available, so you will need to be careful when you do park, as the beach is right off the highway. Sometimes the water is cloudy, but on calm days, you can enjoy quality snorkeling. 

Kapalua Bay offers so many exciting activities, events, dining and shopping opportunities that it can be hard to choose which ones to try. Aloha Vacation Villas knows that one of the reasons you are interested in a Hawaiian vacation rental is so you can enjoy all that our beaches have to offer. Now that you know a little bit more about each of these beaches, call us to book your Hawaiian beach rental today!

If you have always wanted to visit Hawaii and you want your trip to be perfect, then you should consider what activities most interest you to determine the best time of year to plan your vacation. Aloha Vacation Villas is located in Kapalua Bay, and we are happy to share our insider’s tips with you about the ideal time of year to hike, snorkel, or sunbathe. Be sure to read to the end and then call to learn what we have to offer for your Hawaiian vacation rental.

Surfing

Whether you are a beginner surfer, or you have been an avid surfer your whole life, you know that a becalmed ocean is never enjoyable for those who want to surf. If you are hoping to come during the perfect time when the waves are breaking set after set, then you want to plan your Hawaiian trip for the winter months, especially in December and January, when the biggest waves tend to hit the north shores of all of our islands. For those of you who are true beginners, be sure to stick to the south sides of the islands, or plan your vacation during the summer months when waves are calmer.

Snorkeling and Swimming

If snorkeling and swimming are more your speed, then you definitely want to plan your Hawaiian vacation during the summer when the waters are warmer, the waves are calmer, and the skies are sunnier. These conditions all make for the best viewing experiences when you are snorkeling. In fact, you can snorkel and swim year round, but if you are looking for the ideal time to fully enjoy either of these activities, then make sure to book your trip during the summer months and call Aloha Vacation Villas to book your Hawaiian vacation rental today.

Hiking

It is no secret that Hawaii has a multitude of gorgeous hiking trails that are suitable for all ages and abilities. Whether you want to explore the mountains, or hike near the coastline, you will find the perfect trails to enjoy. Summer is once again the best month to plan your trip if hiking is high on your list of things to do, given that there are more daylight hours and the trails tend to be drier. Be sure to pack plenty of water and sunscreen, as it does get pretty hot here during the summer.

Whale Watching

Each year, whales make the journey from Alaska to Hawaii to give birth to their calves during the winter months. The best time to plan your visit is between the months of February and April as this is peak season for them to be seen. Make sure to travel to our western shores for the best opportunities to spend your time whale watching, and don’t forget to fully charge your phone so that you can take pictures and videos to your heart’s content. 

At Aloha Vacation Villas, we know just how special your time in Hawaii will be, and that is why we want to help you make the most of it by offering the best hawaiian vacation rentals for your enjoyment. Be sure to call us today and reserve your place during the best time of year for you to visit Hawaii!

When you hear the word Hawaii, you probably immediately picture a gorgeous beach on the Pacific Ocean, surrounded by lush mountains, palm trees, and exotic tropical flowers and plants. If you have never been to Hawaii, but have wondered if it’s worth the time and money to take the trip, then continue reading to learn five enticing reasons that you should visit Hawaii, and call Aloha Vacation Rentals in Kapalua Bay to reserve your Hawaiian vacation rental today.

Continue to check back on our blog posts to learn all of the experiences that Hawaii has to offer. Aloha Vacation Villas knows how important it is to be able to enjoy time with family without feeling as if you are on top of one another. This is why we offer Hawaiian vacation rentals that afford the space and amenities that you need when you’re traveling. Call today and see what we have to offer you!

The Beaches

The beach is one of our favorite spots at which to spend time, and we know that many people will agree with us that beaches are incredibly relaxing environments. Hawaii’s beaches are some of the most spectacular in the world. While there are plenty of beaches with the type of sand that you would expect to see, there are also beaches with black sand. Waianapanapa State Park has granules of sand that are pitch black and were created when the surf pounded on a fresh lava flow. If you’ve never set foot on a black sand beach, then you need to be careful if you choose to walk barefoot, as it gets much hotter than white sand.

The Culture

Hawaii has one of the most ethnically diverse populations and culture of any of the states. You will find influences from many foreign cultures in addition to the Hawaiian culture. The Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Samoan, and Spanish are just a few of the cultures that deeply influenced and shaped Hawaii into the amazing place that it is today. With all of these outside influences, you will be pleased to know that the Hawaiian culture is still alive and well. It is not uncommon to hear people speaking in Hawaiian in the grocery store, and many of the streets, cities, and beaches still retain their Hawaiian names.

The Weather

For those of you who live in places where winter can be brutal, you will probably smile when you hear that Hawaii does indeed have a winter season. While it is nothing like what you experience, you will probably notice that the natives bundle up, as 75 degrees is a little chilly for them when the average year-round temperature is 85. If you live somewhere that experiences a true winter season with lots of snow and ice, then you will enjoy our winter season in Hawaii with temperatures that will seem quite balmy in comparison.

There are countless reasons why you should visit Hawaii, and we will continue this discussion in our next post. When you are ready to come to our beautiful island, be sure to contact Aloha Vacation Villas to learn about the variety of Hawaiian vacation rentals that we offer and then reserve yours today!

Vacations are something that everyone needs, but many people choose not to take them because of the cost involved. When you have a family, the cost can be even more prohibitive. Aloha Vacation Villas understands this concern, so we have compiled a list of some of the benefits for renting a villa to help your family save money, as well as enjoy a more comfortable stay in Kapalua Bay. Continue reading to learn about these benefits and then call us to reserve your space today.

Kitchen Space

While the idea of cooking and preparing meals on your vacation might not be appealing at first, consider this — fewer meals out means more money in your pocket for other activities. Let’s face it, when you take a family out for a meal, it is never a cheap enterprise. Factor in the cost of the food, drinks, and tip, and you have a hefty ticket for just that one meal. Three meals a day, plus snacks and treats can really add up. When you choose a Hawaiian vacation rental, you will be pleasantly surprised to see the savings add up as you reduce the number of times you eat out. The money you save can be put towards other fun experiences that will create memories your whole family will treasure.

Space

Unlike hotels, your family will have room to spread out and not feel as if you are “on top of one another.” With bedrooms that are separate from the living room, you will have the space you need to unwind after a busy day of fun experiences. Family is great, and spending time together is wonderful, but so is having quiet time to yourself. A Hawaiian vacation rental through Aloha Vacation Villas offers you the benefits of both worlds – a place to be with your family, and a place to have space to yourself.

Laundry

Like meal preparation, doing laundry might be the last thing on your list, if it’s even on there, but think about it this way — access to laundry facilities means packing fewer items. Doesn’t it seem that everytime you have traveled, you have never had enough luggage space, especially after buying some souvenirs? Knowing that you will have access to a washing machine and dryer, will allow you to pack fewer clothing items which means more room for souvenirs and gifts! An additional benefit is that you won’t have to dread opening your children’s suitcases and the smells that are sure to emanate from them!

“Home”

Kapalua Resort

Kapalua Resort

Due to the very nature of a vacation rental, you will find that you feel as if you are home even though you are on vacation. In fact, you may start to feel like a local as you return to your “home” each night. Unlike a hotel, you will have a private entrance which means not having to traipse through a lobby each time you want to leave or return. Depending on the rental you choose, you could even have a private balcony, or backyard space. When you take your next vacation, make sure to create the most relaxing time possible by reserving your Hawaiian vacation rental today.

Aloha Vacation Villas in Kapalua Bay knows how important your vacation time is for your family. Make sure to return home fully relaxed when you stay in one of our Hawaiian vacation rentals — your home away from home. Reserve your spot today!

In our last post, we covered a few activities that your whole family would enjoy here on Maui. Today, we will cover some more options that you should be sure to try on your next visit. Aloha Vacation Villas knows that family vacations can become expensive pretty quickly. Contact us and learn how your Hawaiian vacation rental with us will help you save money and make you feel at home during your time on the island.

Nakalele Blowhole

Nakalele Blowhole is a natural geyser on Maui’s island where seawater that is trapped in an underwater lava tube seeks a path of escape. If you visit on a day where there is a strong wind and big surf, then you might be entertained with an eruption every few minutes! Make sure to keep the sun to your back so that you can catch a glimpse of the rainbow that appears in the mist of the eruption. An even bigger bonus is that whales are frequently spotted breaching the surface near the blowhole during the months of December through May. Make sure to find dry rocks to stand on and stay a safe distance from the blowhole. For all of its natural beauty, there are dangers to be respectful of.

Black Rock Beach

Black Rock was formed from one of the last lava flows on this side of the island. Situated on the north end of Ka’anapali Beach, it is a beautiful rocky outcrop that is perfect for cliff jumping. While that phrase may make this activity sound scary, this is actually a popular activity for people of all ages. In addition to jumping into the ocean, there is ample opportunity for snorkeling and even spotting some of the famous Hawaiian sea turtles! If you have younger children, you should be aware that the water does get deep pretty quickly and they would probably have more fun playing in the surf at the edge of the sand.

Horseback Riding

Take some time to explore the mountains and experience stunning scenic trails in Maui. Whether you are an experienced rider, or this will be your first time, you are sure to enjoy yourself on any of the tours available on the island. Consider taking a ride on the west side of the island, or even one at sunset. You will be in awe at the beauty of the colors the setting sun creates as it disappears beneath the ocean. These guided tours are friendly for people of all ages, including kids.

Whale Watching

Kohol, or Humpback whales, migrate to the waters off of Maui every winter. If you have never experienced the pleasure of whale watching, then you definitely want to make time for your family to go on a whale watching tour! For the best opportunity see whales, make sure to book your trip between January and March. Humpback whales are in the waters off of Maui in the winter as this is their breeding and birthing time. This is also a time to raise their calves in safety.

With these additional activities that offer fun for the whole family, we know that you are probably getting excited about your trip to Maui. Make sure to book your Hawaiian vacation rental with Aloha Vacation Villas to get the most fun and savings from your trip.