our favorite stay, the Kamaole Sands resort, has a lush tropical garden and sits right across the beach
La Perouse Bay is another prime snorkeling and diving location, but is also known for shark attacks
a diving class takes to the waters to learn how to negotiate the surf
the Kamaole beaches are perfect for bading, dozing and sunbathing, time can really fly here
there are 3 Kamaole Beaches, Kam 1, Kam 2 and this one is Kam 3
at the historic Ulupalakua Ranch where they even produce a local wine
the small island of Molokini is a scuba-diver's paradise
The coastal strip along the southwestern shores of Maui combines beautiful sandy beaches with a warm, sunny climate.
landed his warfleet here in 1790, little did he know that two centuries later this area had turned into a major tourist
down to Maluaka, the coast is dotted with hotels, condos,upscale resorts, luxury golf courses
and last but not least many warm, sandy beaches.
up the slopes of the Haleakala sits the historic Ulupalakulu
cattle ranch where you can get a flavor of the old days and taste
the locally produced wine.
Kama ole beach II is one of our favorite places for a relaxed vacation, the last time was
in August 2003.
on Mauis west coast Kihei serves as the tourist center
a Black-necked Stilt in the Wildlife Refuge Kealia Pond, locals call this bird Kama'ole
in the distance lurks Kaho olawe, the island is dedicated to native Hawaiian culture and subsistence
Ahihi Cove is a very popular spot for snorkeling
La Perouse Bay sits at the edge of a 18th century lava field
at Hilo Hatti you can shop for Hawaian clothing while he is watching
this old ranch hand has seen it all
inspecting an outdoor souvenir shop in Kihei
at Kama' ole Beach the sun sets behind the island of Lanai