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“They are open for breakfast lunch and dinner. They have a great Taco Tuesday. Their strawberry margaritas are my favorite! Sit at the bar during happy hour or request an ocean view table and watch the sun go down. Great place for both!”
“The winding 36 mile road to Hana takes you through lush rainforests and stunning views of the ocean. There are waterfalls and botanic gardens to visit along the way. It's a whole day adventure and I recommend packing a picnic since there are few opportunities to purchase food along the way.”
“Oceanfront restaurants and retailers are the feature of this mall that is centered amid the Ka’anapali high rise resorts. This leans toward designer-style shopping. Notably, Louis Vitton, Kate Spade and Tommy Bahama keep stores at Whalers’ Village. They sometimes feature hula lessons and local entertainment as a bonus.”
“Kind of reminds me of Key West. A lot of local shops. Our favorite thing to do is get a "Dole Whip" (pineapple soft serve) and walk the street after dinner. We may even buy something one day! VERY touristy, especially when the cruise ships are in town. Can be extremely busy. Tip: Park 2 blocks south of the Banyan Tree in the FREE 3 hour parking lot directly across from the Kamehameha School.”
“With sparkling crystal clear waters and a sandy ocean bottom, Napili Bay is popular amongst tourist and locals alike. This beach is within walking distance from The Ridge Villas; it is a wonderful beach for snorkeling, sunbathing, stand-up-paddling and boogie boarding. During the winter months, the swells can become pretty large, so use caution when entering the water. Napili Bay offers guests a taste of what "old Hawaii" was like. Here you will not find any large hotels or overcrowded timeshares. All accommodations on Napili Bay are small and more intimate. When visiting Napili Bay, be sure to stop at the Sea House Restaurant! The Sea House is a "must do" for Maui visitors. This iconic, open air restaurant is located just on the shoreline, and offers unrivaled views and cuisine! Be sure to order one of their famous Mai` Tais, while taking in an unforgettable sunset. Their "Happy Hour" is considered to be one of the best on the island.”
“This hillside hotspot is constantly busy – and rightly so. Inside this sleek noodle shop, grazers can nibble on an eclectic array of Asian-fusion share plates. Those seeking heartier fare can dive into garlic noodles, kimchi ramen and a local saimin (local-style noodle soup; Spam included). A central communal table and the chatty bar keep the vibe lively.”