By Malvika Kashyap
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Kihei is an exceptional beach resort because of its west-facing location on the leeward foot of Maui's enormous Haleakal. Check out the things to do in Kihei, Hawaii.
1. Maui Ocean Center The unusual biodiversity fostered by the world's most isolated group of big islands is showcased through its more than 60 displays.
2. Paddlesports Kayaking, outrigger canoeing, and stand-up paddleboarding are suitable activities for the calm seas off the South Side of Maui.
3. Molokini Crater The volcano that erupted around 230,000 years ago left behind Molokini, a crescent-shaped crater that is partially underwater.
4. Keawakapu Beach While it is bordered by a posh residential area, the beachfront is public and accessible to everyone, much like all Hawaiian beaches.
5. Kamaole Beach Park The beaches in this area provide breathtaking views of the Molokini crater, Kaho'olawe, and Lana'i islands across the channel.
6. Watch Whale Several thousand humpback whales travel from their feeding grounds in Alaska between December and April to Hawaii's milder waters.
7. Yee’s Orchard & Fruit Stand This South Kihei Road farm, which has been in operation for more than seven decades, is a must-visit between May & September, when mango season is at its busiest.
8. Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge Beside Maalaea Bay, just off North Kihei Road, is one of Hawaii's few remaining natural wetlands.
9. Lava Fields La Perouse Bay is about ten miles farther away from Kihei and is a little farther out, but it is worth the drive to observe remnants of Haleakal's most recent eruption.
10. Kihei Farmers’ Market The Kihei Farmers' Market, which has taken over the space next to the Kihei Canoe Club, is open every day from Monday through Friday.
Here, you'll discover a year-round hot and dry environment, breathtaking views of the neighboring islands, and a lengthy stretch of exquisite white sand beaches.
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