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Where to stay in Maui? - July 10, 2013, 09:13 PM

West side? South side?

I just want a nice beach to surf.. good weather.. I hear mixed things about both sides..

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July 10, 2013, 09:33 PM

I stayed on the west at kapalua and loved it, little too ritzy for me though. The next town south, Lahaina, was way more laid back. I learned scuba there, and it looked like finding nemo underwater. Didnt try surfing, one of the days we went there was HUGE waves there, kinda scared me off.


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Anywhere near Lahaina should be good. Been my favorite spot on Maui every time we've gone.


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I was in Maui about a month ago. Stayed at the Grand Wailea. I spoke to some locals about surfing and they named this area near the airport (Kahului) that was the place to go for the biggest waves and best surf. I took a taxi from the GW to Lahaina and it was a 45 minute ride at the cost of $90 bucks and all along the way they had people posted up catching waves along the coast.

I'd say for the resort life stay in the Wailea area, but if you are looking at less costly options and a better night life stay in the Lahaina area using the coast between the two for your surfing. The locals are crazy friendly and will point you in the right direction as to the best surf also.


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