Wailea sits on the west coast of central Maui, and has grown into a prime destination since community development began in 1971. Originally a fishing settlement, Wailea is now known for its beautiful shores, golf courses, cuisine, and nature trails. Keawakapu Beach is famous for its sunsets and sunrises, and in February, beachgoers can even spot whales on the whales’ annual migration. If you’re looking for a place to stay, then the master-planned Wailea Resort hugs the coast, and was designed with environmental considerations.

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