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Hone your putting skills on one of Papakea’s two manicured putting courses. Putters and balls are available at the front desk.

Swim, sun, enjoy the hot tub, or grill in either of the large, well-maintained pool areas.

Relax by the koi ponds. The kids will love watching the fish.

Condos Come with:

  • Washer and dryer
  • Towels and bed linens
  • Full kitchen with plates, silverware, pans, etc.
  • Cable TV
  • Free WiFi
  • Lanais with patio furniture
  • DVD players and game consoles are available in select units

Owner may provide dish and laundry detergent, toilet paper, and paper towels

The Complex

The front desk collects a $17-per-day facilities use fee. This fee entitles guests to use all the following amenities:
  • 2 pools
  • 2 hot tubs
  • 2 putting green courses
  • 2 poolside cabanas with shade
  • 3 tennis courts (collect gate key at the front desk)
  • 2 shuffleboard courts
  • Multiple community barbecue grills
  • Books can be picked up at the front desk
  • The daily amenities fee also covers rentals of tennis rackets, putters, DVDs, and PlayStation games

There are 2 recycling areas that accept paper, plastic, bottles, and cans. There is also a gate that opens directly to the neighboring ABC Store, a convenience store with snacks, drinks, gasoline, etc.

About West Maui Beaches:

The beaches in West Maui typically have lower, gentler waves because the islands of Molokai, Lanai, and Kaho’olawe block most of the large waves coming in from the open ocean. Here you have sandy beaches with beautiful water for swimming and snorkeling. We highly recommend wearing water shoes due to rocks and marine life.

There are some public beaches nearby where the locals like to surf. The waves are large enough for surfing, boogie boarding, or body surfing. You will find even larger waves on the open, North and East sides of the island, but these are best reserved for the experts due to the rocks and strong currents.

Beaches Close to Papakea

Try some of the other sandy beaches close to Papakea to find the best fit for you. Walk or drive to one of three beaches within a mile of the condo.

Honoapiilani Park

Honoapiilani Park is a bright, sunny beach within walking distance of Papakea, but if you’re packing a cooler and beach equipment, you may want to drive instead. You will find plenty of parking, picnic tables, public bathrooms with showers, and access to the beach in front of the Honua Kai Resort.

Turn right when you leave the Papakea grounds onto lower Honoapiilani Highway. Take the last turn on the right before you come to the upper Honoapiilani Highway, across the road from the strip mall. This road will take you into Honoapiilani Park.

Will’s Beach

For anyone who needs a bit of shade, Will’s Beach is the ideal choice. Beautiful, old trees create lovely scenery and help block the sun. New construction of a public bathroom and shower building was in process at the time of this writing.

Turn right when you leave the Papakea grounds. Turn right onto the Upper Honoapiilani Highway. Then take the first right off of the Honoapiilani Highway onto Kai Malina Parkway. It will look like you are entering a condo complex. Take the first left and follow the road to a parking lot. Watch out for a big, unmarked dip in the road. The parking lot is free to the public and a short walk to the beach.

Airport Beach and Kahekili Beach Park

This area offers great fun for the family. Known as a popular snorkeling destination, the park also has space for games and parties. Grills, picnic tables, public restrooms, and showers are also available.

Turn right when you leave the Papakea grounds. Turn right onto the Upper Honoapiilani Highway. Turn right when you get to Puukolii Road. This will take you to a free public parking lot. It fills up quickly, so get there early.


Activities Out of Lahaina Harbor

  • Sailing on the Scotch Mist
  • Whale watching (winter and spring) – Schedule through the Pacific Whale Foundation.
  • Submarine
  • Sport fishing
  • Parasailing
  • Hiking
  • Surfing lessons
  • Dinner cruises
  • Scuba Diving – We recommend Lahaina Divers. They offer dives for both experts and uncertified beginners. There is no better way to see the undersea life.

Other Activities

  • Zipline – There are courses on both West and East Maui. Book at
  • The Aquarium is definitely worth a visit,, 192 Maalaea Road, Wailuku, HI 96793

Drive up Haleakala, 54 mi, 1hr, 40 min

Do this on one of the first days of your trip before you get used to the time difference. Get up early so that you will reach the summit before 9:00 am because clouds roll in by 10:00 am most days and obscure the view. This site is fantastic, including the unobstructed views of the Big Island, Lanai, Molokai, and even Oahu on a clear day. Take a jacket. Temperatures will be in the low 40s and winds will be high.


Whalers Village in Ka’anapali, Front Street in Lahaina, and the Mall next door to the Grand Wailea in Wailea are great shopping destinations. In Kahului you will find a couple of malls that are less frequented by tourists. Walmart and a Costco are located near the airport in Kahului. Load up on groceries after you pick up your rental car, but don’t forget to take reusable shopping bags. Most of the condos should have bags for your use.

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