Old Lahaina House Bed and Breakfast

407 Ilikahi St., P.O. Box 10355, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761, United States
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Comfort and the Real Maui

by 502sandersplace about Old Lahaina House

The Stay here was top notch. Arrived one day early and they were able to accomidate me in the "cottage suite" where i got to stay for 4 of the 6 nights. The InnKeepers were very nice and helped with anything that they could. It was also about 4 blocks from the center of Front Street and about 200 yards from the most beautiful beach in Lahaina. If you are looking for something other then the LARGE resort Hawaii feeling and want to just take the island in at your own pace then I hiughly reccomend staying at the Old Lahaina House. The rooms were very nice and brightly decorated.

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Old Lahaina House?

by Duckhook

I wonder if any Maui experts out there might be able to assist.
I am looking for some pleasant, reasonably priced accomodation on Maui. I have found Old Lahaina House. oldlahaina.com. (Sorry, links are a bit advanced for me). From it's site, it looks perfect, and the prices are certainly very reasonable.
However, I am unable to contact either by e-mail, or by phone. Does anybody have any knowledge? Is the property perhaps closed down?
Any help would be gratefully received
Best regards to all

Travel Tips for Lahaina

Molokini Snorkel Trips

by SteveOSF

Molokini is a small island three miles from Maui that is a volcanic cinder cone that has eroded over time. Molokini is an excellent snorkel and dive location. Several tours leaving from Lahaina's marina are available. They can book up, so advance reservations are a good idea. The boat will take you to Molokini, whose waters are home to about 250 different species of fish. Once at Molokina, the snorkelers can dive right into the water. "Noodle" floats and life jackets are available. The water is deep and can also be a bit rough, so a float might not be a bad idea. The visibility is typically fantastic and you can see a great variety of sea life.

Many trips also take you to a second snorkel location. A snorkel site known as Turtle Town is a popular choice for the second location. There you get to swim with green sea turtles. Other trips might take you to another island. The trip we went on visited the waters near Lanai. The snorkeling was good, but the current was stronger than we expected that day.

If you visit in whale season, the skipper might try to do some whale watching on the way home. We saw several on our trip. In general, these are pretty enjoyable trips.

Whale Watching (Mid...

by Koleno

Whale Watching (Mid December- April)
See the Humpback whales is a fantastic experience. If you are planing to travel to Hawaii, plan on going to see the whales. They are only in Hawaii mid-December to April.

Lahaina

by rossandkelli

I would have to say Lahaina is the shopping mecca of Maui. It's a great little town but built up. Great shopping, places to dine and things to do. In the center of town there is a Banyan Tree that spans what seems like a small city block. It's an amazing site, you can only get a glimpse of it in the above picture.

During our time in Lahaina we saw some local artists singing and dances...wonderful free entertainment. We also were lucky enough to be there during an art festival! What unique and beautiful sculptures, paintings,jewelry and so much more. From what I was told they hold this festival under the Banyan tree every other weekend so when your there stop down and check it out!

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Address: 407 Ilikahi St., P.O. Box 10355, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761, United States