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Take your Easter vacation in a lush, tropical island paradise this year. Celebrate the holiday and take a much-needed break to a place full of sand, sun, fun, and plenty of rest and relaxation. Plan your next tropical trip and be sure to include Easter on Maui and Oahu on the list of places to see. You’ll find plenty to do and see, from Easter activities to can’t-miss activities available all year long.

Easter Services

For visitors looking to include the solemn religious celebration, the many churches around the islands will be holding Easter services. Contact your preferred place of worship and ask about dates, times, and locations – some may even offer sunrise services on the beach.

Easter Meal

After services, celebrate with the big traditional Easter meal. Restaurants on the islands will be serving up the traditional feast, whether it’s served at brunch, lunch, or dinnertime. Contact your restaurant of choice to ask about reservations, or whether you can order the special meal for pick up or delivery to enjoy at your accommodations with loved ones.

Celebration of the Arts

Hawaiian artisans, educators, cultural practitioners, and other artists gather each year to celebrate the spirit of aloha. The celebration is considered Hawaii’s top arts and cultural festival throughout the island chain and hosts over 60 of the state’s best cultural offerings. This year’s 31st annual presentation of the event takes place April 7-8 at the Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua.

Beaches

There are plenty of things to do and see during an island vacation this Easter, but a visit to the beach is a daily occurrence. This Easter, take a walk along the shore, swim in the Pacific Ocean, or try a new activity like surfing or stand up paddleboarding. No matter how you spend your time on the beaches of Maui or Oahu this Easter, make sure to pack the sun protection and some beach snacks for lazing the day away.

Wildlife Watching

Charter a boat that seeks out some of Hawaii’s sea life. There are several charters in the marinas of Maui and Oahu that will take you out in search of dolphins, whales, and other ocean dwellers. Bring your camera for pictures of whales breaching, or dolphins coming up for a little air. You might even win their companionship as they race alongside the vessel.

Road to Hana

Pack up the rental car and go on a must-do sightseeing excursion on land this Easter. While the Road to Hana is “only” 64 miles, it’s full of hairpin turns, one-lane bridges, and a myriad of blind spots. You may set out on the journey thinking a 25-mile-an-hour speed limit is slow, but you’ll be thankful for it as the road twists and turns. The Road to Hana isn’t just driving. Pull to the side with the many other vehicles and hike to beautiful waterfalls, lava tubes and rocks, black sand beaches, and historic sites like Charles Lindbergh’s grave site. You can brave the road on your own and make your own stops, or you can join a tour with a knowledgeable guide who will take you to many of the best landmarks and hiking spots along the way. However you navigate the famous Maui path, make sure to pack plenty of drinks, snacks, and your camera.

Lahaina Banyan Court Park

An Easter trip to Maui is always packed with fun in the sun, but sometimes you need to seek shelter for the sun’s harsh rays. Take a break from the sun and bask in the shade under the oldest tree on the island at Lahaina Banyan Court Park in Lahaina on Maui. Lahaina is historic town just off the harbor and home to the oldest living Banyan tree on the island. The tree is over 150 years old, and actually isn’t a single tree. Over the years, several other Banyan trees grew and “merged” to make the beautiful tree you see today.

Rell Sunn Menehune Surf Contest

Celebrate 45 years of the surf contest in 2023. As always, the contest benefits its namesake Rell Sunn Educational Fund, which provides funds and programs for the pursuit of charitable, scientific, and educational purposes, including educating the public on sportsmanship and the environment, combating juvenile delinquency, and providing monies to battle breast cancer, among other things. This year’s contest takes place at Makaha Beach on Oahu, but a schedule has yet to be published. The event is free to attend.

Celebrate Easter on Maui and Oahu

From a cozy studio for a solo or sweetheart escape, to a two-bedroom for you and your loved ones, Midway Vacations has a cozy vacation rental that’s just right for you this Easter. Arrive and feel the stresses and worries of home melt away and be replaced by the spirit of Aloha. Enjoy preparing a meal in the fully equipped kitchen, then stretch out with some popcorn and your favorite show or movie. Private spaces like patios, balconies, and your own bedroom means you can retreat to privacy whenever you need.

Contact us today to start planning an Easter island adventure to remember for years to come!


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The year-round sun and warmth of the Hawaiian Islands is the perfect destination for a fun-filled getaway any time of year. The decision to take a retreat to the tropical islands may sound as breezy as the island winds, but planning all the details takes time and energy. Make your planning a little easier when you choose the island of Maui.

The beautiful space at Waiohuli Beach Hale is a second floor, 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom Maui vacation condo with room for up to 4 guests to enjoy an unforgettable Hawaiian vacation in Maui. You’ll feel the spirit of Aloha from the moment you step inside and see the breathtaking ocean view framed by soaring palm trees.

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Island Fun & Relaxation

Guests looking for a fun and relaxing island stay on Maui will find everything they’ve dreamed of and more at Waiohuli Beach Hale 213. Relax in comfort, style, and Hawaiian beach delight in this private unit surrounded by panoramic scenes of the stunning Pacific Ocean, palm trees, and beyond.

Exterior Features

The home is a second-floor end unit in the Waiohuli Beach Hale community in Kihei. An understated entry welcomes you to this airy space with an abundance of natural light from the floor to ceiling windows and slider opening to the private balcony overlooking the pool and ocean. Sit out and watch the water, enjoy a meal on the lanai, or look out over the beautifully landscaped green space surrounding the pool. Just steps from the beach, enjoy crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean or take the even shorter walk for a dip without sand and salt in the community pool. The 60-foot-long pool is perfect for a set of laps for exercise or just splashing around and having fun. Outdoor dining seats, as well as adjustable chaise lounges surround the pool so you can sit out and enjoy the sun after a swim. If you want to cook up a meal al fresco, there are three gas BBQ grill cooking stations just steps from the pool.

Interior Amenities

The beautifully remodeled interior of the home is a tropical paradise. Tile floors run throughout the home for seamless transitions between living and private spaces. The open living, kitchen, and dining space boast vintage Hawaiian style furnishings and décor. The living/dining space features a cozy sofa and glass topped wood dining table and chairs for four. There is also a 55” wall-mounted flat screen TV to watch your favorite movies or TV shows. The well appointed, spacious kitchen features ample counter space, stainless steel appliances, and bamboo cupboards and drawers filled with all the utensils and cookware you need to prepare and serve a delicious home-cooked meal. There’s even a peninsula bar that offers extra prep space, as well as seating for two sous chefs or someone looking for a snack or informal meal.

At the end of a long day of Maui fun, you want to spread out and relax. Curl up for a good night’s sleep in one of the private bedrooms. The master bedroom boasts a California king size bed, two night tables, a dresser, spacious closet, and window with a view out to the ocean. The bathroom features a beautifully tiled shower stall with frameless glass and seat and grab bar, long mirror, and single-sink vanity with storage. The second bedroom hosts a queen bedroom set with two night tables, a window for cool breezes if you decide not to use the air conditioner, plus a spacious closet for all of your things, including all the fun Hawaiian souvenirs you’ll pick up during your Maui adventures. The second bathroom boasts a tub/shower combo and single-sink vanity. Air conditioning and overhead fans in the living area and both bedrooms keep the unit cool for a comfortable stay regardless of where you are in the home.

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No matter when you come or how long you plan to stay on Maui, Waiohuli Beach Hale 213 will give you all the excitement, fun, and Hawaiian rest and relaxation you’re looking for. The community is close to fun attractions, activities, dining, shopping, and more to help you create the perfect, one-of-a-kind stay for you and your loved ones.

Contact us today to book a stay full of island memories that will have you coming back again and again!

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