Best Location & Value; 1BR Steps to Beach (KAC213)

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  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

Best Location & Value; 1BR Steps to Beach (KAC213)

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This unit is currently MauiGuidebook.com's top pick for a 1BR unit at Kam II, you simply won’t find a better value in a prime Kihei location.

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Kihei Akahi C 213 is a clean, well maintained ground floor condo steps to the highest rated Kihei Beach: Kamaole Beach Park.

You can literally step out of your back door and walk through manicured tropical gardens to the beach.

A spectacular value for what you get compared to the expensive options in the immediate vicinity.

There are two uncrowded pools with plenty of area to lounge, dine, etc. There is a well maintained tennis court and abundantly flowering tropical garden style grounds. ...Read more

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Best Location & Value; 1BR Steps to Beach (KAC213)
Kihei, Hawaii

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In a nutshell: Kama’ole is a very popular set of beaches for locals and visitors. Beautiful, long, 1.5 mile sandy beaches with incredible views of Molokini, Kaho’olawe and Lana’i islands. Kam III has one of the most regular South Maui shorebreaks for boogie-boarding. Snorkeling opportunities are plentiful. Full facilities and family friendly.

DETAILS:
Kama’ole Beach Park is a set of three popular stretches of beach smack in the middle of Kihei. Frequently called by their shortened nicknames, “Kam” (I, II or III) they are all well marked, easy to find, and right on South Kihei Rd.

Besides being in the middle of the action, these beaches are very popular due to an unbeatable combination of accessibility, facilities, and just plain old really nice beaches!

Normally the ocean at these beaches is relatively safe for swimmers, although it should be noted that the ocean does drop to overhead levels relatively close to shore. Also during Kona storms and south swells, the surf can get big, rip currents form, and swimming can become dangerous.

The boundaries of the three beaches are delineated by rocky points at either end of the beach. If you like to take long beach walks or run, you can start at either end of Kama’ole and walk all the way to the other rather easily – you will probably want to cut across the small stretch of Royal Mauian “ocean-front lawn” between Kam I & II (where scrambling over the rocks is a bit more difficult.) There are small, vaguely worded signs indicating a public access exists through there, but it is not clear precisely where (likely because much more of this manicured lawn is actually public beach than they would like to admit!)

The area at the North end of Kam I (which is called “Charley Young Beach” by locals) is the best area for snorkeling. Snorkeling is also pretty good at all of these beaches. Stick around the rocky points for the best snorkeling.

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