All Blog Entries by Evan Harlow R(S) 82003

Found 33 blog entries published by Evan Harlow R(S) 82003.

A Beautiful Beach and Reef

Napili Bay Beach Maui

Lovely Napili Bay lies approximately 12 miles north of Lahaina, just a short distance south of Kapalua Bay. This crescent-shaped golden-white sand beach contains rocky outcroppings along both ends. Several luxurious condo developments overlook this scenic West Maui beachfront.

About Napili Bay

Similar to some other beaches along the far northwestern shores of Maui, this one receives protection against high waves. Coral reefs located about 100 feet offshore form a natural barrier. They help create excellent conditions for many different types of water activities: wading, swimming, snorkeling, paddling, and surfing.

Lovely tropical vegetation adjoins some portions of this section of coastline. A fine sand carpet in

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Enjoy Golf In Paradise

Golf Courses of Wailea

The acclaimed Wailea Resort on Maui boasts a variety of fun outdoor recreational activities. Golfing provides one of the most popular leisure pursuits. The Wailea Golf Club welcomes visitors to three outstanding golf courses: the Wailea Blue Course, the Wailea Emerald Course, and the Wailea Gold Course. These Wailea golf courses supply outstanding services and amenities.

The Wailea Blue Course

Wailea Blue Golf Course

Golfing enthusiasts sometimes describe this course as "The Grand Lady" of the Wailea Resort. Developed in the early 1970s by Arthur Jackson Snyder (1917-2005) (the same golf course architect who created the Kaanapali Kai Golf Course), the resort's Blue Course offers 18 challenging holes. These links carry a 72 par designation

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Surf, Paddle, and Get Together

Launiupoko

Just south of Lahaina, Launiupoko Beach Park is a wonderful place to enjoy mellow waves, great paddleboard conditions, and a large grassy area perfect for parties and get-togethers. Located at the base of the hill up to the Launiupoko residential subdivision, this beach park offers several picnic tables, showers, and restrooms as well.

About This Idyllic Beach Park

The park stands at Mile Marker 18 (Kai Hele Ku), along the Honoapiilani Highway just south of Lahaina (adjoining the only stoplight on the roadway between Lahaina and Ma'alaea). This beach park encompasses some 6.7 lush acres and includes both sections with thick vegetation, as well as a grassy lawn overlooking the waterfront.

A convenient parking

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Meet The Tiger Sharks

Today, the new Kihei Charter School serves youngsters in Kihei. It opened a number of years ago. Since its inception, this innovative educational program has witnessed significant expansion. Many families appreciate the availability of comfortable homes within close proximity to this K-12 institution.

About Kihei Charter School

The Kihei Charter School stands at 650 Lipoa Parkway, not far from the Maui Nui Golf Course and the Maui Brewing Company plant. Director John Colson manages a staff of 32 full-time instructors and a student body of over 520 pupils. This local public school offers a robust educational curriculum for youngsters from Kindergarten through 12th Grade.

The charter school maintains a Tiger Shark mascot. It

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An Idyllic Coastal Retreat

Kapalua Bay West Maui

Kapalua Bay in northwest Maui enjoys an internationally acclaimed reputation as a spectacular recreational site. It adjoins the popular Kapalua Resort. This scenic section of West Maui's coastline offers magnificent views of the blue Pacific Ocean. During clear weather, people enjoy stunning vistas of Lanai and Molokai in the distance. The surrounding beaches and golf courses here appeal to vacationers from around the world.

The Beachfront at Kapalua Bay

A fine golden-brown sandy carpet forms a crescent along this shoreline. Both ends of the beach end in rocky outcroppings of hardened lava, reminders of West Maui's volcanic past. Blessed with warm, balmy weather and a sheltering reef, this location supplies an

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South Maui's Favorite Destination Beach

 Big Beach Makena Maui

Beachgoers seeking an undeveloped shoreline appreciate the beautiful beaches in Makena State Park. This pristine site encompasses a stretch of Maui's southwestern coastline adjoining a thickly forested hillside. It offers magnificent Pacific Ocean views.

About Makena Beach State Park

This popular Hawaii State Park contains an eye-catching section of Maiu's shoreline, including several beaches. The most prominent, Big Beach, offers a broad expanse of fine white sand. It forms a thick crescent covering a length of nearly 3,300 feet. In some places, the beach spans widths of 100 feet between the water's edge and the adjoining hillside.

The sandy surface continues far offshore. Occasional rocky

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A Royal Retreat

Kaanapali Beach

Scenic Ka'anapali Beach draws visitors to West Maui in large numbers. This location offers an ideal site for many types of ocean-based recreational activities. The warm, sunny climate of the region ensures people enjoy many opportunities to experience fun outdoor pursuits during every season of the year. Real estate buyers frequently search for luxurious properties overlooking this popular site.

There's a Lot to Love About Ka'anapali Beach

Beautiful Ka'anapali Beach provides a soft surface of fine golden-white sand. It extends in a crescent-shape along the coastline of West Maui for a distance of just over a mile and a half. This oceanfront begins roughly two miles north of Lahaina, close to the Hyatt Regency Maui.

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A Golden Expanse

Sugar Beach Maui

Sugar Beach stretches along the coast of Maui for several miles, linking the northern section of Kihei with the port of Ma'alaea. This superb section of shoreline offers exceptional scenery and opportunities for fishing, canoeing, and diving. Don't miss the opportunity to explore this exciting beach!

A Popular Local Beach

Kenolio Park stands just across the street from the southern tip of this beachfront. The northern extremity of this long strip of fine golden-brown sand reaches into the southern outskirts of Ma'alaea. The shoreline in this location curves around a significant portion of Ma'alaea Bay. For those that live in places like Kihei Villages or Kai Makani, going to Sugar Beach is as easy as walking across the

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The Wailea Resort boasts several outstanding beaches that front the community. Polo Beach, known in Hawaiian as Ke Ono O' Polo, along the southern coast of Wailea, provides an excellent setting for swimming, snorkeling, and surfing. It appeals to numerous visitors. Many real estate buyers invest in Wailea condos such as Polo Beach Club simply in order to enjoy this more exclusive recreational area on a daily basis.

About This Beach

Polo Beach lies south of Wailea Beach, and immediately north of Palauea Beach. A hillside adjoins this site. The topography offers both advantages and disadvantages. While the generous width of the beachfront permits panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean from this location, the terrain does limit available shade along the

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Kamaole Beach Park II

About Kamaole 2

The excellent white sand beach at "Kam 2" extends for nearly a third of a mile. The beach park directly adjoins South Kihei Road, with parking available immediately off the roadway. People descend from the entrance down a short hillside to reach the Pacific Ocean. Maui County recently refurbished an ADA-accessible ramp to ensure everyone enjoys excellent access to this beach.

A fine covering of sand extends offshore, making this location ideal for swimming, snorkeling, stand-up paddleboarding, and other water activities. Lifeguards watch over the waterfront during the hours when the park remains open to the public. Nonswimmers should exercise caution since the gradient of the land beneath the water proves steep in a few locations.

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