Makena Surf- A lovely place to stay
Makena Surf is not a resort but are are individually owned condos. The condos are expensive and worth the $ if you can afford it. Can I say beautiful;with the manicured grounds, good natured, welcoming and helpful staff, tennis court with lessons, hot tub, heated pool, beach equipment, and pristine beach. We miss, eating breakfast on the lanai while watching dolphins, whales, man rays and giant sea turtles swim by as well as being lulled to sleep by the calming waves. If you can afford it, it's definately with the price. A place to gets some R&R and a place to spend with family and friends.
Excellent high-level Resort
The Makena Surf is one of the most sophistcated resorts in Maui. It's located in the most expesive area in the island and it's right in front of the beach (all units). On the first level if you open the porch and walk for 100 meters you are in the beach!
There are no restaurants inside the resort and every single apartment is complete: master and guest bedrooms, bathrooms, living room, kitchen and porch, everything very well-maintened, confortable and clean.
The prices are in average U$600 each night but you can find also some expensive and bigger units for U$1,000 or even more.
I used to work in that place in my exchanging programme and I can guaratee that everybody over there is so friendly, everything well-cleaned and the service is the best as possible. For renting an unit you can contact the owner of the unit or Destination Resorts, which also manage other resorts like Grand Champions and Elua in that area. - Housekeeping service every day
- 2 swimming pools
- Tennis square
- Exclusivity parking lot
- Great view for Makena Beach (right in front of)
My Hawaii Tour
"Hawaiii Basic Information"
that beautiful land... the climate, one long delicious summer day, and the good that die experience no change, for they but fall asleep in one heaven and wake up in another." Twain's depictions of Hawaii are as true today as they were in 1889.
Discover for yourself why the six Islands of Aloha are home to treasures unlike any others on earth: The dramatic cliffs of the Napali Coast on Kauai . The vibrant shores of Waikiki Beach on Oahu . The miles of white sands of Papohaku Beach on Molokai . The tranquil waters of Hulopoe Bay in Lanai . The summit of Haleakala Crater on Maui . The primal energy of Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii's Big Island .
A visit to Hawaii will leave an indelible impression on your memory. And just like Twain himself, don't be surprised if you find yourself longing to return.
Discover Hawaii's Big Island
At first glance, this bustling cityscape may seem familiar. But set against the warm wash of pink clouds at dusk, the azure ocean, and the unmistakable silhouette of Diamond Head (Leahi), these city lights are like no other lights on Earth.
It’s this fundamental contrast between the ancient and the modern that makes discovering Oahu so enjoyable. Serene ocean views meet metropolitan cityscapes. Hawaiian architecture meets art deco design. Big city meets small town.
Yes, the bright lights of Waikiki can certainly catch your eye. But to discover the real Oahu you need to look beyond. You might be surprised at what you see.
Points of Interest, museums, nightlife, and other Oahu attractions
Hiking, biking, and other Oahu land adventures
Surfing, snorkeling, beaches, and other Oahu water adventures
Helicopter rides, skydiving, and other Oahu sky adventures
Watch a humpback whale breach the sea. Tee off at a championship golf course. Voted “Best Pacific Island,” by readers of Conde Naste Traveler, Maui does not disappoint.
From the summit of Haleakala Crater to the shore of Big Beach in Makena, Maui has a breadth of exhilarating outdoor sights, activities, and entertainment for every visitor.
What can I do on Maui?
Watch the sunrise atop the 10,000-foot Haleakala Crater
Spot a humpback whale on a whale watching excursion
Drive up the scenic, 53-mile Hana highway
Snap a picture of striking Iao Needle in Iao Valley
Spend a day browsing the museums, shops, and restaurants of Lahaina
Watching footbal at Makena Surf
Overview from one unit's porch at Makena Surf