- THE ISLAND OF MAUI
- Kapalua Resort
- Quaint Wailuku
- Sacred Iao Valley
- Kula & Upcountry
- Rustic Makawao
- Sunset at Haleakala
UNWIND in Kapalua
Welcome to Kapalua in West Maui, where the beaches are so lovely even the sun seems to linger. Beyond the Auau Channel, the islands of Lanai and Molokai beckon across the water, while at the ocean’s edge, the meaning of time simply washes away.
FINDING a Rainforest
Turn a corner and the sacred Iao Valley reveals itself like a secret garden. Kukaemoku (Ku-ka-eh-mo-ku), known as Iao Needle, stands proudly in the distance, paying quiet tribute to the site of one of Hawaii’s most dramatic battles.
Carve your way along the slope of Haleakala to Upcountry, Maui’s farmland where the soil is rich and the view, stunning. Fragrant lavender. Exotic protea. Fresh-picked produce and fruits. Like everywhere else on Maui, you’ll want to take your time.
SHOPPING in Makawao
Slow down as you enter Makawao (Mah-kah-wow) where craftsman, artists and bakers give this rustic town its own island flavor. Make friends at an old-time bakery, or watch artists at work. The smiles you’ll find here are as genuine as they come.
SUNSET at Haleakala
Arrive before sunset and take a look around. Endemic plants. Meandering paths. And a 360° view 10,000 feet in the air. As the light goes down, a hush settles upon the mountain as well as your soul. This is the moment you’ve been waiting for.
Roll over an island to find out more.
KAUAIRefresh your spirit amidst mountains carved by time.
MOLOKAITravel to a timeless place, simple and unhurried.
LANAIEscape to exclusive elegance and rustic charm.