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Condo in Kihei
Oceanview Condo w/ Beach Gear Minutes to Beach!
This oceanview 1bd/2ba unit in Building 10 at Kamaole Sands is a very popular vacation getaway! Conveniently located in South Kihei, and only steps away from Kam 3 Beach, you'll discover plenty of nearby shops, activities, and restaurants...all within walking distance. The grounds are beautifully landscaped & well-maintained. Amenities include a large salt water swimming pool, 2 hot tubs, tennis court, outdoor BBQ areas, and a gym. Sleeps 4 people comfortably -5 w/ complimentary air mattress.
$299 per night
Condo in Kihei
Super Studio in Wailea, Maui.
In Wailea, close to the hotels, beaches, tennis and golf courses. It's an inexpensive way to stay in the best place on earth. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers. Daily rate includes all taxes. Free parking. Also, we now have two 2018 low mileage Honda Pilots that can be rented for $75/day each. This includes all taxes and fees. Rental is via the Turo app. If interested please ask for more info after booking. Please see 2023-24 roofing note below.
$225 per night
Condo in Kihei
Pool & Hot Tub | Walk to Beach | Luxury Condo
Professional pictures coming soon! Newly renovated condo across from the beach and in the heart of Kihei, ideal for a Hawaiian getaway. ✓ Directly across the street from top beaches ✓ Community pool + hot tub + BBQ + tennis courts ✓ Beach chairs, umbrella, cooler, and beach towels provided ✓ Full renovation with brand new AC ✓ Keyless entry with self-check in ✓ Fast Wifi ✓ Fully equipped + stocked kitchen ✓ Free parking on-site ✓ Elevator access
$245 per night

Stay near Wailea-Makena's top sights

Photo of Kamaole Beach Park II
Kamaole Beach Park II201 locals recommend
Photo of The Shops at Wailea
The Shops at Wailea222 locals recommend
Photo of Makena Beach
Makena Beach149 locals recommend
Photo of Mākena State Park
Mākena State Park45 locals recommend
Photo of Kamaole Sands
Kamaole Sands3 locals recommend
Photo of Andaz Maui At Wailea Resort - A Concept By Hyatt
Andaz Maui At Wailea Resort - A Concept By Hyatt17 locals recommend

Wailea-Makena vacation rentals

Condo in Kihei
Sweeping Ocean Views; Private High End Condo!
$335 per night
Condo in Kihei
NEWLY remodeled Modern Maui condo across the beach
$266 per night
Condo in Kihei
South Maui 1 Bedroom Condo Across From Beach
$285 per night
Condo in Kihei
Stunning Remodel-Well Equipped-Great Location
$283 per night
Condo in Kihei
Very Comfortable Kamaole Sands Condo Sleeps 4
$232 per night
Condo in Kihei
Ocean View Condo at the Island Surf in Kihei Maui
$295 per night
Condo in Kihei
Splendid Fully Renovated Condo Across from Beach
$229 per night
Condo in Kihei
3 min Walk to Beach & Food! w/ Pool & BBQ!
$240 per night
Condo in Kihei
Experiance Aloha and Magnificent Sunsets
$260 per night
Rental unit in Kihei
BEAUTIFUL*Partial Ocean View by TOP Swimming Beach
$269 per night
Condo in Wailea-Makena
Wailea Resort studio suite
$183 per night
Condo in Kihei
Renovated Getaway on the Beach
$271 per night

Your guide to Wailea-Makena

All About Wailea-Mākena

Located on the southern shore of the Hawaiian island of Maui, Wailea is a resort area famous for its white-sand beaches, sprawling golf courses, and relaxing spas. Wailea-Mākena provides a great base for visiting southern Maui’s sandy shores, such as the nearby Wailea Beach, which is just a short walk from town, or Mākena Beach, where you can go for a refreshing swim or explore the pristine coastline by paddleboard or kayak.

You can also find many interesting natural attractions nearby, such as La Perouse Bay or Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve, which is teeming with marine life. Take a break from the sun and water by visiting the Shops at Wailea, a complex that features 70 retail stores — art galleries, boutiques selling Hawaiian shirts and water-sports gear —and restaurants serving creative takes on local mahi mahi and deep-water ahi tuna.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Wailea-Makena?

Thanks to Maui’s consistent heat all year round, this is a great place to visit at any time. During the summer, the days are long, hot, and sometimes muggy, which is why many travelers cool off in the crystal-clear water found on Maui’s beaches.

During the spring and fall, the crowds thin out, making this a great time to visit if you want to have the beaches and hiking trails all to yourself. While the clouds gather overhead more frequently in the winter and the region sees a higher amount of rain, the warm weather remains, and showers are generally quick to come and go. Winter is also the best time to visit if you’re interested in whale watching or driving along Maui’s Road to Hana, a winding road famous for its waterfall hikes and lush greenery.

What are the top things to do in Wailea-Makena?

Mākena State Park

Mākena Beach State Park, on the south side of town, is home to one of the largest undeveloped beaches on Maui. This stretch of shoreline, commonly referred to as “Big Beach,” features glistening white sand and cerulean waters surrounded by native kiawe forests and mango groves. Wander inland and you can hike up the 360-foot-tall Pu’u Olai, a dormant volcanic cinder cone, where you can survey the coastline from on high.

Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve

Located less than a 10-minute drive from Mākena State Park, this marine reserve offers one of the area’s best snorkeling spots. The ocean floor is covered by a coastal lava field intermixed with coral, making it a popular home for many different species of tropical fish, including butterfly fish, parrotfish, surgeonfish, and turtles. At the reserve, you can snorkel directly from the shoreline.

La Perouse Bay

Just 20 minutes south of Wailea-Mākena, La Perouse Bay is outlined by lush green vegetation and jagged lava rock formations, created when the now-dormant Haleakalā Volcano last erupted in 1790. Now the blackened lava rocks shelter numerous tide pools. If you’d like to peer in at the marine creatures living there, bring shoes with thick soles, as lava rock has many sharp edges.

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