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At the Lahaina end of Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, walk along the beach to the mouth of the stream. Named Hahakea, this stream originates way up the mountain on the other side of Honoapi’ilani Highway. On Kaanapali’s South Course near Hahakea streambed is...

Across from the south end of Marriott’s Maui Ocean Club, look at the 17th green of the South Course and you’ll notice the ground dips slightly lower. This area was used to cultivate taro (kalo) in abundant terraced patches (lo’i) in old Hawai’i. They thrived...

At the intersection of Ka’anapali Parkway and Nohea Kai Drive, look to where the golf course greens now stretch. The scene is set amid lush plains cultivated with taro and sweet potatoes. Visualize thousands of warriors in the field, garbed in loin cloths and wielding...

Named after the famous battle between two royal brothers who fought in the area, a race track stood right on Ka’anapali’s sandy beach. The track stretched from Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, past Aston at the Whaler on Kaanapali Beach and Whalers Village to The Westin Maui...

This famous dark lava rock promontory is named Pu’u Keka’a in Hawaiian (which translates as “the rolling hill,” probably in reference to people at one time observing stones rolling down from the top without any known cause). It is said that in ancient times, a...

Heading downhill toward Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa and the golf course cart path, you see the oceanfront scene ahead is dominated by Pu’u Keka’a (commonly known as “Black Rock”). Located to the right of this large volcanic cinder cone, just off the pathway, are...

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