We are within walking distance to one of Maui's most heralded
beaches, the Kamaole III, which offers fabulous snorkeling, boogie
boarding or just a day soaking up the sun. Add to this the Kihei
boat ramp is just across the street offering Molokini crater snorkel
cruises, Turtle beach snorkeling, scuba (snuba if you're not
certified) and whale watching trips that depart daily. So don't
drive 20 minutes to Maalaea or 40 minutes to Lahaina then deal with
the parking hassle, just walk across the street to catch your boat!
If you're lucky enough to be in South Kihei during whale season (Dec-
Apr) you may see, as we often do, whales frolicking off the Kam III
beach right across the street. Be sure to take a walk along Kihei
Road—it runs adjacent to the beach—to see the ocean parks, quaint
little shops and other folks just like you enjoying all that this
quiet town has to offer. And Keawakapu beach, one of the least
traveled of the island, is just a few blocks south and the beginning
of a 2 mile beach front along a beautiful stretch of Wailea.
Please see our website for more information about the area.