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Nohonani Maui Condos
3723 Lower Honoapiilani Rd
Lahaina, Hawaii
Tel: 808.669.8208
Fax: 808.669.2388
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Nohonani Dining Picks:

Mala: As you're coming into Lahaina from Nohonani turn right at Canoes restaurant and keep going until you get to the back side of the Cannery Mall. On the ocean side of the road you'll see an unpretenious little restaurant called Mala. Here you can get sampler plates of heavenly food, drink great wine and have wonderful conversation with friends. No dress code here. Just great food and great times. Sit in the back and open one of the large windows over looking the ocean. The air is salty fresh and you might even get a shower. To get any closer to the water you'd have to go on a dinner cruise.

Okazuya & Deli: The best tastes and prices in town! Great for takeout lunches or dinners on the beach or in your room. Delectable plates for all palates. Come and see why many West Maui residents call Okazuya, "da kitchen".

Hula Grill: Barefoot Dining - Nostalgic Hawaii at it's best and that's just the atmosphere! Outdoor dining, nightly ukulele serenades, affordable food, and shoes optional. Steak, Seafood, Pasta, Local Fare, and More.

David Paul's Lahaina Grill: Voted "Best Maui Restaurant" 10 years in a row, Fresh Gourmet dishes and service in a refined, comfortable atmosphere. Located at the historic Lahaina Inn. www.lahainagrill.com

Mama's Fish House: Located in famous Paia, overlooking Ho'okipa Beach famous for professional windsurfing, Mama's dishes are so divine it's never too early to call ahead for reservations to secure your place at her table. This place is definitely one attraction you'll want to splurge on!

Lahaina Luau - Our pick for Luau's is the Lahaina Luau. This is the longest running and most authentic Luau on Maui. If you're looking for schlock this luau is NOT for you. It is authentic and really tries to respect the spirit of the dance. Great drinks and food too.


 

Haleakala

Haleakala is the second highest peak in the Hawaiian Island chain. It peaks at 10,203 feet above sea level. Many plants and animals unique in all the world call Haleakala home. The rare Nene, pronounced "nay-nay", a cousin of the Canadian goose and Hawaii's state bird, lives here. It is so rare that only 500 are known to exist. Some Nene are very friendly and are constantly looking for handouts. If you're caught feeding one you could face a hefty fine.

The Silversword is so rare it only grows in Hawaii and the best place to find one is Kalakaku Overlook on Haleakala. The Silversword can take up to 50 years to bloom and then once they have bloomed, they die. Don't miss the chance to see this near extinct botanical wonder.





NOHONANI TRAVEL TIPS


Credit cards are accepted almost universally on Maui. You'd be surprised how many Americans ask what the local currency is! The local currency is the US Dollar.

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NOHONANI HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE

MAHALO - Thank you

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