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Island Towns

Known as the “Valley Isle,” Maui is dotted with quaint towns, artist communities and local favorites that have been around for generations. Discover, explore and experience the life that thrives on Maui near our resorts in Wailea.

SOUTH MAUI - Wailea, Makena, Kihei
Fishing communities once dotted the landscape of Maui’s south shore. Today, rugged coastlines and pristine Makena beaches co-exist with the luxury Wailea resorts and the casual style of Kihei vacation rentals and condos. Wailea and Makena is where you'll find Destination Residences Hawaii and our eight distinct resorts. Welcome to our neighborhood's serene beaches, natural beauty and historic sites along with championship golf courses, world-class spas and acclaimed Maui restaurants. It's the perfect home base to explore the island and its local towns from our Maui family resorts.

WEST MAUI - Lahaina, Kaanapali, Kapalua
From the world-renowned golf of Kapalua to the Kaanapali condo resorts and hotels, West Maui is a tropical tourist hub that bustles with a variety of activities from shopping and shows to bars and restaurants. Please note that the historic town of Lahaina will be restricted to emergency personnel over the coming months.

CENTRAL MAUI - Kahului, Wailuku
Most visitors to Maui will arrive at the Kahului Airport, located within the commercial hub of modern retailers and industrial businesses, while Wailuku is the seat of government offices amid family owned businesses and historic places.

UPCOUNTRY MAUI - Makawao, Kula, Ulupalakua
Known for its spectacular sunrises from Haleakala, Upcountry Maui is also unique for its paniolo cowboy towns and farms producing cheese, wine, vodka and local flowers and produce.  

NORTH SHORE - Paia, Haiku, Haliimaile
"Maui hippie" describes these laid back communities known for their renowned surf spots and beach town vibe. Surfers, musicians, creative minds and organic lifestyles blend together and live in

EAST MAUI - Keanae, Hana, Kipahulu, Kaupo
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 65-mile drive along the “Road to Hana” passes 59 bridges, 620 curves and multiple waterfalls. Stop in places along the way where generations of Hawaiians continue to live their culture.

For maps and assistance in experiencing Maui and tailored to your specific interests, contact the Concierge at 808-874-0811.

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