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Kahana Reef - Maui Condo & Home - Lahaina Hotels
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Kahana Reef - Maui Condo & Home

4471 Lower Honoapiilani Road, Lahaina 96761 - Map
"Private condo - right on beach Kahana Reef."
The Kahana Reef condos are very nice - the access to the ocean is great for good swimmers, but you need to go down some very slippery steps to get to the beach (to the north of the condos). That beach was super, as it's fairly well sheltered, and on days when the ocean was rough in other parts of the west side of the Island, it was great. One can snorkel there too - and at the Kahana Reef we saw several turtles - one quite a good size. That was very exciting. The grounds people keep the place immaculate. The only thing was it was over 90 degrees each day we were there, and the condo was very hot, especially at night - even with the doors open it was difficult to sleep. No airconditioning! We are spoiled, I know, but with that kind of humidity it would have been nice to have a floor fan (we did have ceiling fans). We loved our stay, and would highly recommend it. One other small complaint - they didn't come in and clean at all. We were there 9 days, so it would have been nice to have someone come in half way through and change the beds, towels, etc. We did our own washing of towels.
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    Kaanapali is a prime vantage point for viewing humpback whales, which swim by December to May. The town’s whaling history is displayed at Whaler’s Village, a shopping complex and museum. Visitors also can experience the area’s farming past by riding the Sugar Cane Train, a restored steam locomotive. Snorkelers and divers can enjoy the coral reefs and fish that thrive in nearby Black Rock Beach.

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