Amenities and Activities



Amenities and Activities

Ekahi Village is a short stroll down the beach or the road to the beautiful Shops at Wailea, perfect for your morning coffee, exceptional dining, or for a world-class shopping experience. Championship golf is also a short walk away.

Wailea Ekahi 17A is a beautifully appointed ground floor, one bedroom, two bathroom vacation condominium, with all of the amenities to comfortably accomodate singles, couples and families alike! This lovely and private corner unit is the perfect setting to enjoy a relaxing Maui vacation – no stairs to climb and direct access from the unit to the expanded lanai and the spectacular grounds of Ekahi.

This unit has been thoughtfully equipped for a fun and relaxing vacation – with all of the comforts of home. You will find beach towels, boogie boards, beach chairs and toys, snorkeling gear, books, games, crib and highchair.


There are several great restaurants within easy walking distance of Wailea Ekahi, both at the Shops at Wailea and in the nearby hotels, including:

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse A nationwide chain offering great steaks.

Cheeseburger Island Style This restaurant and its sister in Lahaina used to be named after a popular Jimmy Buffett song, but the name was changed for legal reasons.  You won’t go wrong with the Kobe burger.

Lappert’s Ice Cream A great place to get an ice cream while enjoying the tropics in Wailea!

Bistro Molikini Open Air Dining in the heart of the Grand Wailea Resort

Humuhumunukunukuapua’a You can call it Humu for short, but we can never resist saying all twelve syllables of the name of Hawaii’s state fish.  Either way, this is a beautiful restaurant, set near the ocean at the Grand Wailea Resort.

Other Activities

If you like cycling, you will want to visit Donnie Arnoult at his shop, the Maui Cyclery Bike Store. Donnie and his crew rent bikes, and also offer fully supported rides on their fleet of Shimano Ultegra equipped Litespeed Bicycles.  It is hard to beat the riding on Maui!   Here is a photo of Ian at the summit the Haleakala volcano – a 10,023 foot climb – in 2005:

If you would like to try fishing, but don’t want to take the chance of a whole day of trolling for marlin or other game fish with no results, consider a bottom fishing expedition.  You won’t likely catch the “big one”, but you are almost sure to catch some small ones – you can take them home and eat them too, if you like.  We went with Strike Zone on our last trip and brought home some blue-striped snapper for dinner.

A Blue-Stripe Snapper Caught from the Strike Zone, March 2010