Today’s hike is at the Waihe’e Coastal Dunes. The flat 2.4 mile loop trail takes you through a protected nature preserve with historic sites.
It never rains in Kihei…. but when it does rain, you want to be aware of flooding and storm run-off in the ocean. Stay safe.
It is always a great idea to be aware of the current ocean conditions prior to going in the ocean. Here are some resources.
The Road to Hana is one of Maui’s more popular tourist attractions. Here are some tips on making it a great experience!
Trip insurance is a great way to protect your vacation investment. How does it work, and what kind should you get?
Did you know all sunscreen sold in Hawaii stores must be reef-safe? Here are some local sunscreen faves and sunburn remedies.
It’s that time of year again – hurricane season. In the Central Pacific (as in the Caribbean) hurricane season runs from June to November. However our most active months are definitely July – September. With that in mind, we have two hurricanes currently on their way to visit Hawaii. We’re[…]
On July 10 we had a 9000 acre brush fire in Maui’s Central Valley. We are thankful there was no damage to inhabited buildings.
The Waihou Spring hike is located in upcountry Olinda in an experimental pine forest. There are no views but it’s a beautiful hike.
Winter on Maui is definitely different from mainland winter. Cooler temperatures, snow on Haleakala, winter swells…
I thought I’d post a short update on Hurricane Lane on our blog. August 24 5 PM update. It turns out Hurricane Lane is no more. Thankfully the storm has been weakening and is now ‘just’ a Tropical Storm with maximum winds of 70 mph. Wow. What an incredible ride.[…]
June through November is hurricane season in the Pacific and as of now we have Hurricane Lane, a category 4 hurricane, preparing to pass close to the Hawaiian Islands Thursday/Friday. I’ve been meaning to write this post for a while now. I guess now is the time to do it.[…]
Did you know that the Pacific Ocean also has a hurricane season? I remember mainland news focusing in the Caribbean in years past, but yes, we also have hurricane season – and it also runs from June through November (6 months). Normally we don’t get much hurricane wise, but a[…]
This past weekend the Maui Roping Club hosted Maui’s 63rd annual rodeo in Makawao. Typically this rodeo is held in and around the Fourth of July, this year just a few days later. The two day event kicked off with a parade down Baldwin Avenue in Makawao. Rodeo festivities themselves[…]
It’s hard to miss Hawaii in the news these days. Big Island’s Kilauea lava flow is making headlines around the world. The pictures and video footage are incredible. Unfortunately some of the media coverage has been misleading, leading people to believe all of Hawaii is under siege. Another owner at[…]
We recently returned from a family vacation off-Maui. After several weeks away, we had lost most of our suntan! You know what that means when you get back to Maui! Yup – a sunburn! On our first beach day back I burned horribly. The kids were wearing water shirts and were just fine.[…]
Ideas for what to do on a rare rainy day in South Maui. Kihei and Wailea lie in Haleakala’s rain shadow and receive 8-11 inches of rain a year.