Aloha & Welcome to Kihei Kai! We offer the charm of Old Hawaii just a few steps from the sand at Sugar Beach. Book a stay at Kihei Kai and enjoy relaxing in paradise.
January 2024: Featured Unit of the Month
Beachfront Ocean View Condo #1 is located on the ground level offering 180 degree ocean views from the lanai, living room and bedroom. Our Beachfront Ocean View Condo has been beautifully and completely renovated with new modern appliances and is fully stocked to meet your needs. Enjoy hearing the 24/7 sounds of the ocean waves 100 feet away as you relax with the cooling breezes on the lanai and watch the seasonal, breaching humpback whales between the straits. The King size bed in the bedroom has panoramic windows on two sides overlooking the ocean and is a lovely place to sleep with the windows open, rocking in the arms of the living sea. This condo will sleep two comfortably with the sleeper sofa adding two more in the living room, also with an oceanfront presence and sliding doors to the ocean-facing lanai. This condo has a split system quiet air conditioner in the bedroom and living room. Parking is complimentary and WIFI is unlimited. Condo #1 is part of the Kihei Kai Rental Association which has an on-site office and after-hour phone number for your convenience.
“We really enjoyed our four-day-stay in unit #1. We loved having our meals with this gorgeous view. We loved walking on the beach, and watching the sunsets. We even saw an incredible double rainbow one day. The location is very convenient. The communication is very efficient. What a wonderful experience! Thank you so much!” – Guest Review
We hope you will choose this lovely unit as your home away from home!
The endangered Nene has found a home in Maui and can be found predominantly around Haleakala and the upcountry regions. When Captain James Cook arrived in the Hawaiian Islands in 1778, his naturalists noted that the goose was quite common. But hunting, and predators like mongooses, pigs and cats, reduced the Nene population to just 30 birds by 1952. The goose has since been bred back from the brink of extinction and re-introduced into the wild. Today, with 2,500 birds in the wild, it is still the sixth-most endangered waterfowl species in the world.
Kihei Kai Photo Album
A rainbow over the West side of Maui
Enjoying the island view from a boat. Whale watching season is here!
Late afternoon at the Haleakala crater
Another beautiful evening
A Maui snowman
This month we say goodbye to managers Ethan and Christy. They have enjoyed their time here at Kihei Kai, especially meeting all the special guests who come to stay. They are off on new adventures, but will always treasure Kihei Kai.