Old Town Charm

Posted on: January 2nd, 2013 by admin No Comments

One of my favorite things about traveling to Hawaii, is spending the afternoon perusing the streets of Lahaina, a historical village located along Maui’s West Coast. Known for its oceanfront backdrop, historical districts and quaint town feel, you’ll fall in love with the place the second you pull up in your rented bright red convertible.

As you start off walking along Front Street, you’ll take in fine dining at its best at I’O restaurant or The Feast at LeLe, head out for a morning surf, stand tall amongst the most beautiful Banyan Tree, walk through some of the most unique art galleries in Maui, dive into the best burger in town at Cheeseburger in Paradise, purchase a few beachside goodies at The ABC Store, stroll through the plethora of shops or be immersed in one of the best luaus in town, The Old Hawaiian Luau. No matter where you land, while walking through the historical sound town, you’ll enjoy the flawless nature that Front Street exudes.

Locals and tourists enjoy a night out on the town, as there are over 15 restaurants along the street. As you capture the essence of your vacation walking through Front Street, you’ll fall in love with the laid-back island lifestyle that this historical town exudes, and next thing you know, you’ll be purchasing a condo in Ka’anapali, a tourist town just up the road and venturing off to the beauty of Maui on a yearly basis. So what are you waiting for, Lahaina and all of Maui’s beauty is awaiting you.

Photo Courtesy of Melaina Gasbarrino
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