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City/Town of Lahaina

City/Town : Lahaina
Region : Maui Island
State : Hawaii
Country : United States
Continent : North America
Area : 9 sq km
Latitude : 20°53′10″N
Longitude : 156°40′29″W
 
Visiting Lahaina

[from WikiTravel.org]

Lahaina is a town on the western end of the island of Maui, Hawaii that abounds with restaurants, night clubs, and souvenir shops. Because the western end of Maui is a popular vacation destination, tourism is important to Lahaina. Most tourists, however, eschew Lahaina during the day, choosing instead the beaches of Kaanapali; but life in Lahaina after sunset is quite active

Places to See

  • Banyan Tree: Considered the center of the city, this huge tree occupies an entire city block. There are a couple of historic places around as well. The tree is said to be over 400 years old. 
  • Old Lahaina Luau: Widely respected as the best and most authentic Hawaiian luau in the Pacific, the Old Lahaina Luau is a feast for the eyes and stomach. Enjoy fire dancing, hula, tasty drinks and a large assortment of tropical dishes.
  • Take a whalewatching cruise: Various boats can take you on dinner cruises, whale watching cruises, fishing rides, or to the island of Lanai. Look for good deals but beware of the "too good to be true" offers, they probably are. Note that during the whale season you'll see whales no matter where you go so getting a separate whale watching cruise may not be necessary. On the other hand, they are usually cheap.
  • Sugar Cane Train: Officially known as Lahaina Kaanapali Railroad, this is the only train in the whole of Hawaii. It shuttles between Lahaina and Kaanapali. If you choose, you can take a dinner train.


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