non stop fun
There is lots to explore around Maui’s Ekahi Village
Ekahi Village has 54 low rise building located on 34 acres with direct beach access. Ekahi Village has a newly renovated pool pavilion with its own kitchen, fridge, bbq’s and bathrooms for you to use. Or just come to the pavillion and sit by the water side pool to read a book or watch the whales or sunsets. Ekahi Village is at the beginning of Wailea and is surrounded by multi-million dollar waterfront home and 5 star hotels. The complex has 3 quiet pools and one main pool right beside the beach with its own gated access.
What makes Ekahi Village great?
- beautiful lush gardens
- direct access to the amazing Keawakapu Beach
- an easy walk to the world famous Wailea boardwalk
- close to amazing golf courses and the Wailea tennis center
- 4 pools located throughout the complex
- wide variety of amazing restaurants in Wailea or nearby Kihei
- snorkelling, swimming and boggie boarding
- beautiful sunsets
- great for families or couples
fun for all
Enjoy Sunny South Maui’s Ekahi village in Wailea
Set on 34 acres, Ekahi Village won’t disappoint! Beautifully landscaped with 4 pools including a beach front pool pavilion with direct access to Keawakapu beach! Ekahi Village is an amazing place to stay 12 months of the year. High season is November through April. The complex is within walking distance to the Wailea board walk which follows the coastline right to the Fairmont Kei Lani.
Explore Wailea and Kihei
If you like to shop, the Shops of Wailea are a great place to visit. Also, you can find a wide variety of amazing restaurants all within a short drive. If you are feeling adventurous, head down to Big Beach where the wave are big! Paddle with the turtles at Makena Landing or travel down to the Lava Fields at La Perouse Bay.
There is so much to do on Maui. Waterfalls to explore, hiking up the Iao Needle, and catching the morning sunrise up Haleakala. From Ekahi Village it is an easy drive into Kahului. Explore the towns of Paia, Makawao and don’t forget to stop by Ho’okipa Beach. Often you will see sea turtles playing in the waves or resting on the sand.