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About the ResortLocated on the sands of Maui’s beautiful Keawakapu Beach, the 292-unit luxury resort village of Wailea Ekahi consists of thoughtfully sited low-rise condominiums set amongst lush landscaping and sprawling greenbelts that seek to maximize the staggering ocean views that exist from the property.  Wailea Ekahi is located along Maui’s southwest coast, renowned for having the island’s sunniest and driest weather (temperatures usually hover in the pleasant mid-seventy to mid-eighty degree range year round) and within the 1,500 acre world-class master planned resort of Wailea.   Wailea and its mile and a half of shoreline (blessed with five easily accessible crescent beaches) is home to a number of four- and five-star hotel resorts (including three that have been listed by Conde Nast as among the top ten resorts worldwide), as well as world class golf, tennis, spas, fine dining and shopping (including the high-end shops and art galleries at the nearby Shops at Wailea).  To learn a bit more about some of the fun that awaits you in Wailea and elsewhere in Maui, read on . . .

Golf.  Wailea has long been known as a golfer’s paradise.  The Wailea Golf Club boasts three award-winning 18-hole, par 72 championship golf courses: the Wailea Blue, Wailea Gold and Wailea Emerald courses.  Both Wailea Gold (home to the Champions Skins Game) and Wailea Emerald, were designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and are considered among the premier courses in Hawaii and the United States.  Only five minutes south of Wailea sit two more Robert Trent Jones, Jr.-designed masterpieces: the North and South Courses of Makena, home to the Hawaii State Open. Myriad other choices on Maui exist and if you are planning on golfing, we’re happy to provide you with a list upon reservation summarizing locations, pricing and discount options.

The Beaches & the Ocean.  Ekahi’s own exceptional Keawakapu Beach is only one of the many beaches in Maui.  These links will provide you with a list of all of Wailea’s beaches, while this link provides a more extensive list of Maui beaches (Maui has 42 miles’ worth of them!).  Where the beaches end, the warm water begins, bringing with it a dizzying array of activities, including snorkeling, surfing, boogie boarding, swimming, windsurfing, scuba diving, kayaking, sailing and whale watching.  The snorkeling at the Wailea beaches (around Keawakapu and Ulua Beach, in particular) is top notch.  In addition to the incredible array of brightly colored fish, you may chance upon sea turtles that swim near the shore.  Another notable snorkeling option is the waters just off Molokini, a tiny crescent moon-shaped islet that is actually the exposed lip of a submerged volcano.  Located approximately 6 miles off the coast of Maui (and clearly viewable from our condo), Molokini is a protected marine sanctuary that offers snorkeling both outside and inside the crater.  We have put together a list for our guests full of suggestions and phone numbers should you wish to explore your “ocean options.”

Tennis.  If tennis is your game, the Wailea Tennis Club, located just up the street from Wailea Ekahi should fit the bill.  The club (rated one of the country’s 50 best resort tennis facilities) has dozens of courts available any time and lessons with the resident tennis professionals are available.  In addition, the club boasts a 1,000-seat tennis stadium that is the site of one of Hawaii‘s largest local tournaments, the Wailea Open.

Hiking & Nature Maui possesses virtually every climatic zone imaginable (from the sea level coral reefs ringing the island to the lunar landscape found inside the long-dormant volcanic crater of Mount Haleakala, 10,000 feet above the sea), with roads and/or hiking trails that enable you to access it.   Adventures include a trip to the seven pools of Hana (located on Maui’s lush north shore), a horseback ride through Maui’s upcountry (consider Makena Stables) or taking a cycling tour down Mount Haleakala just after sunrise (consider Maui Downhill).  Upon reservation, let us know if you’d like a list of your myriad hiking and nature options.

Additional LinksBelow are a number of additional links you may find helpful:

This Week Magazine includes current dining, shopping and activity information for Maui.

A list of some of the best Maui restaurants by the Maui News

Island dining information from Maui Menus

Calendar Maui (Maui County's most reliable and comprehensive community calendar). Notable local events include Whale Week (February), May Day festivities (May), the Maui Film Festival (June), Just Desserts (June), Hawaii International Jazz Festival (July), Maui Writer's Conference (August), LifeFest Maui in September, and the XTERRA Championships in October.

Maui Visitors Bureau (provides a virtual tour of the Hawaiian islands of Maui, Molokai and Lanai and links you to dozens of informative Maui websites.

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