Kahului Vacations & Travel Packages!
Cyan waters, white sands, golden sunshine and colorful sights - this description is typical of both Hawaiian and Caribbean beaches but what sets them apart is a measure of water sports familiarity. If you’re looking for an adventurous holiday destination, you should choose Hawaiian beaches and Kahului would make a good choice. The scenic town has its own queer way of appreciating life and its lesser known Hula dance is something you would cherish for a long time. Ditto for its serenity and cultural hotspots.
Places of Interest in Kahului
Kahana Beach Park
Welcome to Kahana Beach Park, an obscure place that not many people would ever get to know of anyways because of its queer location. This tranquil seaside entices just about the right number of daredevils every year for swimming, windsurfing and playing volleyball - and then there is a barbeque too!
Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum
Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum is a glowing tribute to the two visionaries, Samuel Alexander and Henry Baldwin, who had set this beach town up in 1948 AD after it was burnt down to contain bubonic plague forty-eight years ago. The museum shows the history of Hawaiian sugarcane plantations in Kahului and the way these two gentlemen had immensely contributed to it.