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Condo in Kihei
Ocean View Condo at the Island Surf bldg in Kihei
Enjoy this entire one-bedroom apartment across from Kalama Park near the Charley Young Beach area in Kihei! King bed in the bedroom, AC units both in living room and bedroom, ceiling fans in living room and bedroom, full kitchen, free parking, free Wi-Fi, & large flat screen smart TV. This renovated apartment near South Maui's beaches is also a short walk to the Cove Park Beach surf area. Within easy walking distance is a variety of fun restaurants and vibrant bars, shops, stores, etc.
$224 per night
Condo in Kihei
Calming Coastal Vistas
Renovated oceanfront 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo with fantastic ocean views. Located in the sunny and vibrant beach town of Kihei. Beach chairs, umbrellas, luxury beach towels and a cooler are all provided to enjoy your day at the beach! We strive to achieve a welcoming and thoughtful retreat for your stay in magical Maui. Whether you dine out at one of the delicious restaurants nearby or play chef in our fully stocked kitchen, you will enjoy your new home away from home in Maui.
$229 per night
Condo in Kihei
Fun Updated Ocean View Condo at Maui Vista Resort
This condo at Maui Vista with a view of the ocean off in the distance is comfortable and cozy and situated over the pool area for a great resort-style view. You'll love the feel of this space and you'll have a lovely time being within easy walking distance of scenic beaches, delicious restaurants, lively bars, super shopping, mesmerizing surfing, and fun in paradise! ALL TAXES AND FEES ARE ALREADY INCLUDED IN THE GRAND TOTAL SHOWN HERE ON AIRBNB.
$256 per night

Stay near Kihei's top sights

Kamaole Beach Park I31 locals recommend
Kihei Caffe187 locals recommend
Cafe O'Lei Kihei241 locals recommend
Blue Water Rafting10 locals recommend
Maui Sunset5 locals recommend
Kihei Kalama Village37 locals recommend

Kihei beach vacation rentals

Condo in Kihei
Beachfront Studio: 5-Minute Walk to the Beach!
$179 per night
Condo in Kihei
Walk to the beach! Beautiful remodel! King bed!
$192 per night
Condo in Kihei
Spectacular Beach View from Relaxing Condo
$182 per night
Condo in Kihei
Ocean View 1BR at The Shores of Maui - Super View!
$313 per night

Kihei condo rentals

Condo in Kihei
1br remodeled ground floor condo near everything
$150 per night
Condo in Kihei
Steps to Maui's Charley Young Beach, Condo Apt #2
$172 per night
Condo in Kihei
Bungalow by the Sea: This is it!
$158 per night
Condo in Kihei
Paradise Awaits You: Best in Kihei 2022! TTT#4 of4
$180 per night

Kihei home rentals

Home in Kihei
Enjoy paradise living at the THERE Maui House!
$190 per night
Home in Kihei
Stunning ocean view, heated pool at home by Wailea
$484 per night
Home in Lahaina
$325 per night
Home in Paia
PAIA HALE Walk to beach and town
$225 per night

Your guide to Kihei


Blessed with six miles of coastline, the beachfront town of Kihei is located in one of the driest and sunniest sections of Maui. It’s a beach lovers’ destination where once-in-a-lifetime sunsets seem to happen daily, affordable shopping and dining options are numerous, and condo rentals are near safe, swimmable beaches like Kamaole Beach Park III that invite underwater exploration with just a mask and snorkel. Kihei is also central to many of the island’s more popular destinations, such as ʻIao Valley, Lahaina, and Maui’s North Shore. Unlike the highly developed and resort-laden Kāʻanapali, Kihei retains a laid-back dose of local flavor, including roadside food stands, farmers’ markets, and families selling homemade wares.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Kihei

Like all of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui is both blessed with pleasantly warm weather year-round as well as a variety of microclimates capable of delivering sun, drizzle, and sometimes a deluge of rain in a matter of minutes. The South Shore, Kahului, Kihei, Wailea, and Makena are drier, while the northern end of the island, from Kaanapali toward Kapalua, deliver a greater chance of rain. Pack for daytime temperatures in the mid-70s to mid-80s Fahrenheit, with evening temperatures usually falling between the mid-60s and low 70s across the island.

The only destination warranting special attention is the Haleakalā Visitor Center, situated 9,740 feet atop Haleakalā National Park, where temperatures can drop into the 40s or lower and wind is likely.

Top things to do in Kihei

Road to Hana

If you’re a fan of scenic road trips, this winding 10-hour, 64-mile journey defines “unforgettable,” delivering around 600 hairpin turns, 60 bridges (many one-way), and countless waterfalls along the way. Most visitors will stop in the quaint town of Hana before turning back, but if weather permits, you can take the road less traveled for another 44 miles to complete the entire loop, where the Pools at 'Ohe'o in Haleakalā National Park and the young lava fields of Haleakalā await.

Humpback Whale Watching

If you’re planning to visit Maui between November and May, there’s a good chance you’ll spot North Pacific humpback whales migrating offshore. Whale-watching tours depart from the harbors of Lahaina and Maʻalaea. Those who prefer to stay on land can watch the whales from Maʻalaea Bay. Just remember to bring binoculars for optimal viewing.

Haleakalā Crater

Even if you don’t wake up early enough to watch the sunrise from this spectacular 1 million-year-old, 10,000-foot summit, the 2-hour drive up the mountain from the base of Haleakalā National Park can offer a dramatic four-seasons-in-one-day adventure. Just be sure to bring a jacket or sweatshirt, as high winds and 40-degree Fahrenheit temperatures are not uncommon.

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