Maui - Lahaina (PDF Chapter)
With its weathered storefronts, narrow streets and bustling harbor, Hawaii’s most historic town looks like a port-of-call for Captain Ahab. Is this the 21st century, or an 1850s whaling village? In truth, it offers a mix of both.
- revel in the improbable beauty of Banyan Tree Square, including the Old Lahaina Court-house
- thrill to the spectacular sunsets over the Pacific from the terrace of a waterfront restaurant such as Pacific’O
- go whale-watching in winter when odds are good that you’ll see a whale, especially when you’re in the hands of an operator such as Pacific Whale Foundation
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: History, Sights, Beaches, activities, Tours, Festivals & Events, Eating, Drinking & Nightlife, Entertainment, Shopping.
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