Choosing a place to move to on Maui can be a difficult decision. Maui's unique topography gives it varying climate characteristics depending on which area of the island you're visiting. From the cool and misty hills of Haleakala in Upcountry Maui to the balmy breezes of Lahaina in West Maui, there's a place for everyone on this special island in the Hawaiian chain. While the other areas of Maui are a great place to call home, West Maui is definitely a great option whether you're looking for a home, condo, or parcel to build upon.
This two-part blog series will share information on different activities and points of interest in Kapalua. So if you're interested in learning more about this stunning area of Maui, keep reading!
Imagine waking up in the morning with a nice cup of coffee in your hand as you enjoy stunning island views from your lanai. Kapalua offers this and so much more. Fine dining, beautiful beaches, thrilling outdoor activities (both in the water and out), and exquisite shopping can be found in Kapalua alone.
If you love golfing, Kapalua is home to two stunning courses: The Plantation Course and The Bay Course. The Plantation Course was designed along the stunning West Maui Mountains and offers postcard-perfect views as you tee up for a challenging round of golf. The Plantation Course is also host to the annual Hyundai Tournament of Champions, which takes place each January. The Bay Course has been challenging golfers since 1975 and has endured the changing times and is still a popular choice for visitors and residents alike.
There's so much more to explore in Kapalua and you can be sure you'll enjoy every minute of it. If you're interested in making that move to Maui, I'd be happy to help you on your Maui real estate journey!
Welcome to part two of this Kapalua area spotlight! If you missed out on the first part of the series, feel free to jump back a week and check it out. Many of those who move to Maui do so for our great island lifestyle, which of course… Continue Reading
Choosing a place to move to on Maui can be a difficult decision. Maui's unique topography gives it varying climate characteristics depending on which area of the island you're visiting. From the cool and misty hills of Haleakala in Upcountry Maui to the balmy breezes of Lahaina in… Continue Reading