Paradise awaits you at Grand Wailea, a stunning beachfront resort featuring 9 sparkling pools, a lazy river, spa, and exceptional dining.
A room block its been reserved through Island Style Travel. For any information on hotel or flights you can contact Kim Jenkins.(808) 572-6995, e-mail: kislandstyletravel.net
Everyone should plan to fly into the Kahului Airport on Maui. We recommend coming a couple of days early to spend time with us and enjoy the island!
Transportation will be provided to and from the Rehearsal Dinner and Wedding Ceremony/Reception.
Shuttles will depart from the Grand Wailea Resort to:
Luau Shuttle 5:15 PM pick up/ 9:30 PM drop off.
Wedding Shuttle 4:15 PM pick up/ 10:15 PM drop off.
(NOT ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ARE ALLOWED ON THE SHUTTLE)
Located approximately 2.5 miles off of Maui's south shore, Molokini Crater is an underwater volcano islet. Listed as a Marine Life Conservation District Seabird Sanctuary, this partially submerged, crescent shaped volcanic crater is like no other snorkeling location in the world. It's also one of the very few volcano islet's in the world! Boat tours depart in the early morning while the waters are calm.
This 64.4 mile stretch of winding, scenic road starts in Kahului and takes visitors to the town of Hana. Stop at one of the many mile markers along the way to go for a hike, and take in waterfalls and scenic outlooks. 600 hairpin turns and 46 one-lane bridges make up the drive. Start at the first attraction, Twin Falls, 32.1 miles from Grand Wailea. Leave before 8am, to see as many attractions on the drive as possible before making the trip back to Wailea.
The waterfalls at Twin Falls are spectacular. Access to them is by parking at and crossing through Wailele Farm. Wailele Farm has kept access open to the public for free in order to share the beauty of this area. The Ho'olawa Valley, which translates as "to provide, to share in abundance, to equip or make available so everyone has enough"
A dormant volcano measuring 10,000 feet above sea level, it is Maui's highest point. Haleakala National Park covers the summit area of the larger of the two volcanic mountains that make up Maui. The National Park's boundary has fingers that extend down the Hana side of the mountain, all the way to the ocean.