The south shores of Maui are often referred to as a magical secret. With its dry sunny climate and lowest rainfall levels of any Maui region, Staying at Haleakala Shores is the perfect choice for your dream luxury condo. You can wake up to the beautiful sound of the House Finch. This is just one of the many Hawaiian birds you will come across while here.
The area surrounding Haleakala Shores condos is truly majestic. Surrounded by views of towering Mountains to your east and the awe-inspiring Pacific Ocean to your west, make this a popular place to live. Haleakala Shores puts you just steps away from award winning beaches simply named Kama Ole I, II, and III. Each beach has its own distinct personality, offering swimming, surfing, snorkeling, volleyball and picnic areas. If the sky is clear and it's nice and sunny, you can see so many colorful fish when snorkeling at some of these beaches including the Goat Fish and the Moorish Idol just to name a few. One thing is guaranteed, whichever beach you visit, from your Haleakala Shores condo, the location will be postcard perfect.
Haleakala Shores Condos are ideally located close to many island attractions and activities to fit your every need. Within a short walk is Kalama Beach Park. The park, with its shaded lawns and obligatory palm trees, hosts many regular events on the island, from music concerts to craft fairs. Keep your youngsters entertained at the skate park and children’s playground and relax at the picnic pavilion. Also close by are multiple championship golf courses and daily island tours. A variety of shops and restaurants are within easy reach offering you the choice to have a romantic night in or out. Haleakala Shores condos come fully equipped with all you need to make you feel relaxed and right at home. The grounds feature a beautiful swimming pool, shuffleboard and poolside barbeques all nestled between stunning tropical plants and shady palms.
Living in a Haleakala Shores condo is the perfect choice for nature-lovers. The area around the resort offers a wealth of wonder for those who enjoy the natural environment. Go Bird watching or visit a wildlife conservation area where endangered species such as the Hawaiian Stilt and Coots thrive in salt-water marshes. Learn more about marine life at the Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary in Kihei or head down to the harbor and catch one of the armada of boats waiting to take you whale watching, fishing or snorkeling at Molokini. Living so close to such wonders is truly something special.