The sister towns of Kahului and Wailuku lie at the center of Maui, hubs that connect all the other regions while still having their own unique qualities. Kahului, a bustling shopping district with more shops than anywhere else on the island, has become the hotspot for Maui nightlife – or, really, excursions at any time of day. At Kahului Harbor, you can see all of the necessities that arrive here via boat, making Kahului both the literal and figurative heart of Maui. Nearby is the quaint town of Wailuku, a sacred Hawaiian land that has never left its peaceful nature behind. Wailuku contains Iao Valley, a jaw-dropping location with lush trees, rivers, and forests – in addition to the 1200-foot-tall Iao Needle, one of Maui’s most recognizable and iconic sights. Wailuku also has several renowned condominium properties, such as the Villas at Kehalani, Kamani at Kehalani, and Milo Court at Kehalani – as well as some particularly well-known neighborhoods: Wailuku Heights, Sandhills Estates, Wailuku Country Estates, and of course, Maui Lani. Central Maui is truly the heart of the island, with both an exciting, bustling hub and a unique peacefulness that you won’t find elsewhere.
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