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Explore Maui Nui’s ocean environment with the experts at Pacific Whale Foundation through PacWhale Eco-Adventures top-rated Whalewatches, as well as award-winning snorkel cruises to Molokini & Turtle Arches, Lanai and Honolua Bay; Dolphin Watch ecotours; Sunset Dinner and Cocktail Cruises.
A Hawaiian national treasure and the only official state residence of royalty in the United States, Iolani Palace was the official residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs.
Ko Olina continues to set new standards for luxury vacation resorts with its mix of like-minded resort partners that include Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa; Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina; Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club; and the Beach Villas at Ko Olina.
Re-energize, unwind, and simply surrender to luxurious pampering with grace and skill, our spa professionals provide service of the highest quality creating an unforgettable experience. MAE 1586
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More than 600 cats call us home. As a nonprofit, we rely on donations to make lifelong care possible for our Lanai Lions. Our rescue work saves cats, protects endangered birds and reduces cat overpopulation. Open daily from 10am-3pm. No appointment is required. Learn more at lanaicatsanctuary.org
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Maui's newest luxury resort - located on Kaanapali North Beach - features full gourmet kitchens and very spacious one-, two- and 3-bedroom suites each with a generous lanai and world-class views.
Our Bertram 42' loa sportfishing yacht is fast, clean, comfortable, modern, air conditioned and tournament equipped. Out targeted catch is marlin, ono, mahi, ahi and spearfish. Come fish with us.
Paepae o He’eia is a private non-profit organization dedicated to caring for He’eia Fishpond – an ancient Hawaiian fishpond located in He’eia, Ko’olaupoko, O’ahu.