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Nohonani Maui Condos
3723 Lower Honoapiilani Rd
Lahaina, Hawaii
Tel: 808.669.8208
Fax: 808.669.2388
Toll Free: 800.822.7368

 

 

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Come Explore Fabulous Maui ...

From Nohonani, the entire island of Maui is yours to explore. See the sunrise from the towering 10,000-foot crest of Haleakala. Visit the famous Iao Valley. Drive the road to Hana and the Oheo Gulch.

Sightsee, shop and investigate the many galleries in Paia and historic Old Lahaina Towne. You can choose from more than 60 nearby restaurants in the West Maui area that feature cusine to satisfy any taste. There are numerous entertainment spots for unsurpassed nightlife and daytime fun.

The championship golf courses at Kapalua and Kaanapali are a short drive away. Scuba diving and excellent snorkeling are available right in front of Nohonani. Tennis, sailing, sport fishing, and windsurfing are all within easy reach and arrangements can be made at Nohonani.

GOLF MAUI

Imagine walking on perfectly manicured greens overlooking the deepest blue waters you've ever laid eyes on. The greens fees are usually worth the view even if you never hit the ball.

From wide bunkers and stretched out tees and dizzying 200 foot drops from tee to green, Maui has a course for every golfer, beginner to pro.

Come to Maui for the beaches and the sightseeing but don't forget to treat yourself to a great round of golf.


SURF MAUI

It doesn't get much better than Maui for surfing. Hawaiians call the sport "hee nalu" or wave sliding.

The pros on TV make it look easy but if you've never surfed before do yourself a favor and pay for couple of surfing lessons. You'll be glad you did.

OK, that's the disclaimer. Now the fun stuff: anyone can learn to surf. All you really need is a good healthy repect for the ocean and a good sense of balance. Don't go for the Hawaii 5-0 wave to begin with, start small. You didn't run a marathon when you were first learning to walk. Go slow, have fun.


SCUBA/SNORKEL MAUI

We can say humbly that Maui is one of the best places to scuba dive or snorkel on the entire planet. You can go to almost any beach or water access on the island and, with a mask snorkel and a pair of fins, you can have the time of your life!

You will, of course, see the Hawaii state fish, Humuhumunukunukuapua'a. Better known as the Triggerfish but the Hawaiian name is so much more fun. Chances are you'll see turtles, dolphins and maybe even a shark.


WHALE WATCH MAUI

Pacific whales have known a good thing when they see it for centuries. They spend their winters in the warm waters of the Hawaiian Islands.

You can watch their antic from your balcony right here at Nohonani Condos (all our condos are oceanfront).

If you want a closer look you can catch one of the many whale watching charters that leave right from Lahaina, which is about a ten minute drive.

Whether you watch from the comfort of your balcony or get up-close and personal, whales will always be a delight to watch.


ROAD TO HANA MAUI

Some say there is no Heaven but we know there is because it's right here on Maui. And as the saying goes, "It's not the destination, it's the journey".

The road to Hana will captivate you with its eye popping waterfalls, untouched forests and spectacular ocean views. If you come to Maui to get away from traffic, don't do Hana on the weekend; you'll think you're on the New Jersey Turnpike. But don't blow your horn (unless a sign tells you to), it's considered very rude. Relax, what's the hurry. Isn't that the point of coming to Hawaii. That IS the point of the Road to Hana. So get into the Spirit of Aloha. Enjoy your drive.

Enjoy a relaxed pace on the road, but pull over often to wave local drivers by—they’ve seen the sights before and prefer to hurry home.

Allow a full day for the trip, there are more waterfalls per mile than anywhere else in the world.

Bring insect repellent, a light jacket, lots of drinking water (don’t drink from the streams), sunscreen and a hat. You can get a bad sunburn even on cloudy days.

Bring more film than you think you’ll need! You'll probably use it all!

Stock up on snacks, supplies and gasoline in Paia. The next gas station is 52 miles away—in Hana!





NOHONANI TRAVEL TIPS


Maui is more than 2300 miles from it's closest neighbor on the mainland (San Francisco). It will take some time to acclimate to our island. Plan a light day for the day after you arrive.

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NOHONANI HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE

MAHALO - Thank you

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Weddings, Honeymoons, Golf Outings, Mini Golf, Snorkeling, Romantic Dinner, Sailing, Mountain Climbing and Biking. Maui has every conceivable activity available. Whether you come to Maui to relax or for adventure, it's all here.

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