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    The drive to Hana is nice (for the passengers, the driver really needs to stay focused!)
    Maui is great for whale and dolphin watching, scuba and snorkelling, and just enjoying their gorgeous beaches. about 3 years ago

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    Without question, drive to the top of Haleakala. Whether you hike into the crater or just check it all out from the visitor center, this is a natural wonder not to be missed. Big Beach in Makena is a great beach worth checking out. As for places to stay, we always stay in the Ka'anapali area. It can be a drive to other places, but this is true if you stay in Wailea or Kihei, too. We just like the vibe in the Lahaina/Ka'anapali area best. Check out the Aston Ka'anapali Shores. It's a great condo hotel and we always stay there. about 3 years ago

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    Wailea without a doubt.
    Skip the drive to Hana. Takes all day over a twisty road. No fun for the driver.
    Beaches in wailea and Mckenn about 3 years ago

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    Wailea area without a doubt.
    Skip the drive to Hana. Takes all day, no fun for the driver.
    The beaches at Makena and Wailea are great. about 3 years ago

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    Wailea or Kihei. Nice and quiet, easy to get to and very beautiful. Love Makena beach (big beach), but you need to be a strong swimmer. Don't miss sunrise on Haleakala, well worth it, but rug up as it's freezing up there! almost 3 years ago

    Answered by Sarah T via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Have you tried https://www.airbnb.com/s/London

    I've used them on numerous trips and found the experience excellent almost 3 years ago

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    Every year I go I stay in kihei , I feel it's more a relaxed vibe there. I stay at this place it's amazing www.vrbo.com/106408 almost 3 years ago

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