Thank you for the great trip to Maui!
May 23, 2012 · Print This Article
Thank you - it was a nice trip. Kaanapali Beach Hotel was nice, great location…lots of senior citizens there, but I guess didn’t really matter. We were able to do some activities, but I wish I could have spoken with you a little more about that…it almost was a little stressful trying to dig through all of the info on tripadvisor, etc etc…but it worked out.
We spent lots of time in Lahaina, on Front Street, the Napili area and a day at the Ritz Carlton in Kapalua after searching for Nakalele Blowpoint and Honolua bay…that drive was a little nerve racking…so we never made it to Hana…was thinking I may have to do that on the next trip.
Thanks for your help,
Note from Travel Gal: Melva and her Mother stayed at Kaanapali Beach Hotel, located beachfront along Kaanapali Beach, the two mile strip of big, white sand beach, next to the Sheraton Maui Resort and a short walk to “Black Rock“, a wonderful snorkeling site. Kaanapali Beach Hotel is a moderate priced hotel that offers some great specials as well as Hawaiian cultural activities - the hotels tagline is “Maui’s Most Hawaiian Hotel”. It is the perfect resort for couples or families on a moderate budget looking for an amazing beach vacation.
Yes, I agree, it is a good idea to plan a few activities prior to arriving on island so you are not scrambling, looking for a luau etc. I suggest planning an activity (even a drive upcountry) every other day of your vacation so you have plenty of free time too. Also, if you are considering a trip to Hana (a full day driving over 50 one way bridges, along a gorgeous coastline), I suggest either staying in a B & B in Hana for a night or taking a tour so the driver gets to enjoy the scenery too.
For assistance in planning your island holiday, contact the Travel Gal at
800 644-6659 or Teresa@LuxuryHideaways.net
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