Some West Maui Information
 
Hula Grill
808-667-6636
Whalers Village
Kaanapali, HI 96761
A Few Great Area Restuarants

Longhi's

808-667-2288
800 Front Street
Lahaina, HI 96761
Leilani's On The Beach
808-661-4495
2435 Kaanapali Parkway
Kaanapali, HI 96761

Roy's Kahana Bar & Grill 

808-669-6999
Kahana Gateway Center
4405 Honoapiilani Highway
Kahana, HI 96761

i'o Restaurant 

808-661-8422
505 Front Street
Lahaina, HI 96761

Ka'anapali Beach
This is a very popular beach, right in the heart of the large resort community which is Ka'anapali. Any activity from surfing to snorkeling to parasailing can be found off this beach just about year around.
The Baldwin Home
The Baldwin Home is one of the historical points of downtown Lahaina. Dwight Baldwin was a Protestant missionary, and he lived here with his family from the 1830's until 1868. The house was medical office, seamen's chapel, and Christian reading room all in one, serving the sailing men who came and went through this town during the days of the whaling trade. The home was restored by the Lahaina Restoration Foundation in the early 1960's.
Lahaina's Famous Banyon Tree
The Banyan Tree (ficus benghalensis) has been a Lahaina landmark for more than 12 decades. The tree has spread over the area via aerial roots which, when they reach the ground, grow into thick trunks. The Lahaina Banyan Tree is the largest in the United States. It's hard to believe that this tree was planted only a little over a hundred years ago, and is so large now that it has to be supported in various places. The tree is a good landmark in Lahaina, being located directly across from the Wharf Cinema Center and right next to the Pioneer Inn near the harbor on Front Street.
Lahaina Harbour
Lahaina harbor itself is a beautiful area, just across from Front Street and right next to the Lahaina Beach. Here, one can get access to a variety of water sports, from parasailing to surfing lessons. It is also a very pleasant place to simply take some lunch and a walk, while you explore the surrounding historical landmarks of Lahaina.
The Pioneer Inn
The old Pioneer Inn, across from Lahaina harbor, has original section fronting that dates from the turn of the century. Shops were added in the mid-60's, but it was built in a way careful to match the style of the original building. The inn served as the only accommodation for visitors coming to west Maui until the 1950's.
Lahaina Jodo Mission - The Statue of Buddha
The statue of the Amida Buddha is the largest of its kind outside Japan, and was cast between 1967 and 1968. A highlight of the mission grounds, it is made of bronze and copper, stands 12 feet high and weights approximately three and a half tons. The completed statue was finished in June of 1968.
Sugar Cane Train - Lahaina Station
The Sugar Cane Train, or Lahaina Kaanapali & Pacific Railroad, is a locomotive that rides on one of the last used tracks of rail in the Islands. Once used for transport of agrilcultural goods back in the early days of the sugar cane trade, the train is now used to transport visitors back to another time, through the sugar cane fields and coconut groves of 19th century Lahaina town.
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