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in Kahului, Paia & Wailuku!

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Kahului, Wailuku, Paia and Spreklesville.

While Kahului/Wailuku is the big "city" go out a bit further towards Waihee and you soon find peace and quiet, still imbued with the old Hawaii flavor.

Map of Kahului Wailuku from Google


Bed & Breakfast Inns, and Vacation Rentals, on Maui's Central North Shore

Your first experience of Maui will almost certainly be of the airport in Kahului. Then the hustle bustle of renting a car and then dashing off to your accommodations. OK, stop right here. We do understand that after a long trip in getting here, the thought of a shower and a nice room with AC is so very tempting. However, there are some easy to get to treats that will really enhance your first day on Maui... and they are quite close to the airport.


Head over to Kanaha.
Just a half mile from the airport, probably less even, is an excellent beach park. So swing out here, hop around in the turquoise waters, yes there are showers here too. Stretch out on the sand, take a walk to Paia (Just kidding. You can, of course, though it is a bit far.) along the usually breezy, wide sandy beach, past Spreckelsville right into Paia town.

Yay right? Gotta feel better now and probably feeling hungry. No matter what foods you are craving, there are a good handful of popular and reasonably priced restaurants on Dairy Road, so there is no excuse for trying to navigate a sometimes traffic filled drive to your destination on an empty stomach. OK, one excuse is if you are heading out through Paia. Just 10 minutes with light traffic, park in the lot just before town and walk around. I'm sure you will find great food a short walk from here.



Maui's Central Valley

Kahului and Airport

Kahului <> Wailuku <> Waikapu

Car Rental Tip!

The car rental agencies at the Maui Airport are all on the other side of the big parking lot that is just across from the main terminal. You will find their respective kiosks close to the baggage pickup area and they all provide transport to the car lots. Please! Before you drive off the lot do a couple of things.There’s usually plenty of good light to take a “before” and “after” photo of the vehicle, which would prove your innocence should you need to for some reason later on. Cheap insurance! Another thing you can also do is to ask an employee to do a pre-rental inspection which provides for you a list of any existing damage (even the smallest dings, dents and scratches). AND if you can remember when you drop off the car, have someone do another inspection before you go over to the airport. Keep those pics of the car before you drove off, on your phone for a few months. You never know when some employee will make some mistake which ends up putting blame on yourself for something you did not even do. This is not information particularly appropriate to Maui for any reason, it is just good cheap advice which could save you trouble anytime and anywhere you rent a car.

Where to Stay on the big little island of Maui.

If you have a long list of 'wanna-dos', and they are located all around the island, (of course they are!) then make sure you look at the Bed & Breakfast Inns in the Paia/Kahului area. Though there are abundant good reasons to stay in any of the near and far corners of the island, however if your plans include them all then staying centrally located is certainly worth considering. Trying to head out for the East Side of the island from Lahaina and beyond, even early in the morning (remember there are many local people who commute to work), is guaranteed frustration. Paia is fairly well located half way to everywhere and worth considering even if only for this reason.

The Central, North Shore Beaches

Paia <> Spreckelsville < > Kanaha


The ocean on Maui's North Shore is a whole other experience all-together from Maui's South Shore. The Central North Shore Beaches around Kahului are usually under the influence of the Trade Winds and wilder wavy conditions. For Kiters, Wind-surfers, and the more experienced surfers will prefer this area for these more 'high-energy' influences. The beaches along the turquoise milky waters offer many secluded coves backed by Ironwood and Keawe forests.


Open Sunny Beaches & Sugarcane

North Shore Beaches are not just for wind-surfing and dare-devil surfers. A long walk from Kanaha Beach to Paia Bay will reveal a great many secluded sandy coves backed by semi-wild lands around the airport and then you pass in front of occasional, yet beautiful million dollar houses.
Yes it is true that the ocean is much wilder than on the south side, the strong dependable breezes create choppy milky waters which seem much more inviting once you actually take a swim, so go on in. Baby Beach has this excellent, gentle pool for all of us "non-Olympian" swimmers. If you want beaches but the crowded tourist experience is not what you came to Maui for, then check out the north shore.

Iao to Waihee

Jungle Covered Cliffs & Valleys

Iao Valley is a must see listed in every guide book with good reason. A cool, delightful retreat just ten minutes from sweltering Kahului. If you are not a beach nut, then this could reasonably be your immediate destination from the airport. Take a dip in the creek and a stroll through the Ginger, Kukui nut and coffee tree forest.

Excellent Alternative Lodging | Central Maui

Kahului <> Paia <> Wailuku

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Bed & Breakfast Rentals
Maui's Central North Shore
Wailuku, Kahului, Paia, Spreklesville

Bed & Breakfast Inn
Location
Phone
Wailuku Guest House 210 S. Market St.
Wailuku

Iao Valley Inn 80 Iao Valley Rd.
Wailuku

Maui Beach House B&B 1360 Hiahia St.
Wailuku

Hunakai Cottage 290 Paani Pl.
Paia

Baby Beach Cottage Kealakai Pl.
Spreklesville

Paia Red Ginger 258 Kahiko St.
Paia

Villa Parthenope 313 Baldwin Ave.
Paia

Mangolani B&B 325 Baldwin Ave.
Paia

Kahale Makani 303-B Paani Place
Paia

Baby Beach Cottage 207 Kealakai Place
Paia

Spreklesville Hale 120 Ulupua Place
Paia

Sprek's B&B 448 Alakapa Pl.
Spreklesville

Hale Nihi 5 Nihi Pl.
Paia

Neil Thompson 676 Hana Hwy.
Paia

Mike's House 197 Baldwin Ave.
Paia

Kahale Makani 303 B Paani Pl.
Paia

Old Wailuku Inn
(vacation rental)
408 High St
Wailuku

Maui B The Sea
(vacation rental)
523 Hana Hwy.
Paia



Vacation Rental Homes.
An ideal family option for Alternative Lodging in Paia, Maui.

Vacation Rental Home
Location
Town
Phone
Paia Surf 15 Nalu Pl Paia
BANYAN COVE22 WAA PLPaia
PAIA PLACE95 B HANA HWYPaia
PAIA HOUSE30 KUPONO STPaia
PAIA HALE209 BALDWIN AVEPaia
BEACHCOMBER23 NALU PLPaia
PAIA BEACH HOME36 AE PLPaia
PAIA PAD40 AE PLPaia
MAKANI AKAU55 LOIO PLPaia
HALE MOKU63 LOIO PLPaia
MENEHUNE COTTAGE40 Au Pl.Paia
PAIA BAY47 LOIO PL Paia
PAIA PARADISE BEACH29 NALU PLPaia
HALE MAKAI134 ALEIKI PLPaia
NELLIES OCEANFRONT127 HANA HYPaia
MAUI WINDS 60 LANA STPaia
PAIA BAY SUITES 45 LOIO PLPaia
GINGERBREAD HOUSE19 AOLANI PLPaia
HALE HO'OKIPA KAI535 HANA HYPaia
Kunea Place30 Nonohe Pl.
Nonohe Place44 Nonohe Pl.
Beach Cottage598 Sprecklesville Beach Rd.
Windsurf Bungalow 20318 Paani Pl.
sugar cane in Maui

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