South Maui beachfront accommodation at its finest
This is Hawaii! So make sure to experience it to the fullest while you're here. Of course, many already know of the beautiful beaches of Kihei and the waters of the Pacific Ocean, but did you know about the abundant nature and wildlife in Kihei? Nature lovers will get a thrill out of spotting rare species that only live in Hawaii waters. Snorkel with sea turtles is a must as south Maui waters is home to sea turtles.
If you want to get up close and personal with the rare and beautiful coral reefs of Maui and Kihei, then check out the snorkeling classes and group excursions. You can see the corals in all their glory, filled with beautiful colors. Head out by boat to Molokini, a small island right off the coast that is a State Marine Life and Bird Conservation District.
If you're a shopping enthusiast, then you're in luck. Kihei is home to ten shopping malls! Azeka Place is the largest one with a huge selection of shops and restaurants to discover. If you're looking to get some groceries, then check out the Pi'ilani Shopping Center, which has one of the larger grocery stores in Hawaii. A few miles down south is the Shops at Wailea http://theshopsatwailea.com featuring over 70 stores.
If you head down the road about 10 minutes, you'll find yourself in the Wailea Resort community, home of four championship golf courses and the annual Wailea Film Festival. There is also an upper scale shopping mall - the Shops at Wailea, featuring over 70 stores.
The Maui Ocean Center isn't far away either. This unique aquarium showcases the unique marine life of the Hawaiian Islands as well as being highly educational. Get a close look at sharks, eels, tropical fish, and more.
Whatever you decide to do with your stay in Kihei, it is sure to be unforgettable.