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We did something we never did before which was fly into Maui to the smaller Kapalua Airport. This is the smaller of two airports that are located on Maui and it’s up on the northwest side of the island. Only the smaller planes fly there so we took Island Air which seats about 80 people in their planes. I’ve always recommended flying in the smaller planes between islands for years now because it’s a great way to get a sightseeing experience as you fly over the islands.
On this hop you want to sit on the left side of the plane so it will be on your right side when you’re walking into the airplane. There’s no assigned seating so it’s best to get as close to the gate before boarding as possible so you’re one of the first people to walk on the plane. If you’re staying on the west side of the island in the Kaanapali Area is just very convenient because if you have to drive to Kaanapali from the larger Kahalui Airportit takes about 50 minutes as opposed to 10 minutes from Kapalua.
The 9th annual Dukes Oceanfest is happening in Waikiki for the next few days if you’re coming in for your Hawaii Vacation. It’s Four days of ocean sports competitions begin in Waikiki, including Duke’s Legends Surf Classic, C4 Waterman/HonoluA Surf Paddleboard Championship and Stand-Up Beach Boy Paddle Surfing Championship, AccesSurf Challenged Athlete Surf Meet, Duke’s Waikiki Ocean Mile Swim, Surf Polo Tournament, and the Waterman Challenge.
Duke’s OceanFest concludes with a sidewalk surfboard parade and draping of Duke Kahanamoku’s Statue with the beautiful flower lei of Hawaii. For more info give us a call or go to www.dukefoundation.org
Tihati Productions is adding a Polynesian revue at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa on the south side of Maui. The “Te Au Moana” luau celebrates the island of Maui with contemporary songs and hula. The luau show will be held at the resort every Monday, Thursday. Friday and Saturday evening starting at 4:30 p.m. Guests will witness the unearthing of the imu, or underground oven, used to steam a whole pig for the traditional luau dish of kalua pork and be offered a buffet of luau staple. The hour-long show will follow the dinner.
Kamaaina rates are $75 for adults and $38 for children (6-12 years) with free admission for children under 5 years. Regular prices are $98 for adults and $53 for children (6-12 years)