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Valley Isle Resort

Resort Information
Valley Isle Resort
4327 Lower Honoapiilani Hwy
Lahaina, Maui, HI 96761
21 units: One Bedroom Vacation Condos
Check-In Time: 4:00 p.m.
Check-Out Time: 11:00 a.m.
ResorTime Owner Rate Reservation Window: 90 Days

Vacation Condo Rental Rates subject to change
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Area Attractions
Feast at Lele
Rekindle the romance in a spectacular setting where every table is intimate and offers a panoramic views of the Maui sunsets. As you enjoy your dinner, you'll be entertained with a Hawaiian Hula show as well as dances and songs.
Aloha Mixed Plate
Enjoy tasty dishes from the varied ethnic groups that call Hawai‘i home. Plantation workers gathered in the fields for their mid-day meal. The Japanese laborers would bring teriyaki beef with rice and pickled vegetables. The Koreans had their kalbi or marinated ribs and the Chinese a rice noodle and vegetable dish called chow fun. Hawaiians were known for their kalua pig, roasted in an underground oven called an imu. It wasn’t long before they began to share their foods with one another and the “mixed plate” was born.
Lanai/Maui Tours - Trilogy Excursions
Experience some of the best snorkeling, whale watching and a variety of ocean adventures with Trilogy Excursions. The crew provides all the snorkeling equipment and instruction, wet suits for everyone onboard, Breakfast, Lunch, soda and snacks, and that personalized service you’ve come to expect from Maui’s first family of sailing.
Maui Ocean Center
Aptly named “The Hawaiian Aquarium,” this state-of-the-art marine park on the island of Maui is the only facility in the world dedicated to fostering understanding, wonder and respect for Hawaii’s marine life. Here, visitors can see spectacular live coral displays (the largest collection in the nation), enjoy playful swimming displays by Hawai‘i’s beloved green sea turtles, awe at close encounters with sharks, rays and more – while learning about Hawai‘i’s natural history and cultural heritage.
Queen Ka'ahumanu Shopping Center
Queen Ka`ahumanu Center is Maui’s own Town Square. The island’s premiere shopping and entertainment destination. The home of Maui’s only department stores, Sears and Macy's, plus more than 100 shops and restaurants, from cool island-style boutiques to such national names as Gap, Sharper Image, Foot Locker and Borders Express.
Hana Highway
This beautiful winding stretch of road offers some of the best sites on Maui. See cascading waterfalls, beautiful tropical forests and vast stretchs of the Pacific Ocean.
Blue Hawaiian Helicopters
Blue Hawaiian Helicopters is the premiere helicopter tour company in Hawaii with a unique blend of cultural excursions to some of Hawaii's most remote and breathtakingly beautiful places on Earth. Remote waterfalls...velvet green valleys...ancient cinder cones...pristine mountain pools...Hawaiian legends...Escape into the hidden beauty of Hawaii with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters.
Blue Water Rafting
Your journey begins within the safe confines of the Kihei Maui Boat Ramp which enjoys the protection of the 10,000 foot volcano, Mt. Haleakala. Early morning departures are for the Kanaio Coast, where side vents erupted from the volcano as recently as 1790. Late morning departures are for Molokini, a crescent shaped volcanic tuff cone about 5 miles away from Maui, rated as one one the top ten dive and snorkel locations in the world located here in the hawaiian islands.
Ohe'o Gulch - "Seven Sacred Pools"
Ohe’o Gulch (also known as the Seven Sacred Pools) is part of the Haleakala National Park, and provides some fabulous picture taking opportunities. You can even swim in some of the pools (though you are not advised to do so unless you’re sure it’s safe). Water from the Pipiwai streams cascades down waterfalls through this series of pools (there are actually more than 7), ending up in the ocean.
Haleakala National Park
Part of Haleakala National Park, the crater was once an active volcano that helped create the island. Streaks of red, yellow, gray and black trace the courses of recent and ancient lave, ash, and cinder flows. The volcanic rocks slowly break down as natural forces reduce them to minute particles which are swept away by wind, heavy rain, and intermittent streams.
Garden of Eden-Maui Botanical Gardens & Arboretum
A Botanical Paradise.Visit us on your drive to Hana and feel a special peace and the spirit of old Hawaii as you delight in our lush Maui Garden Of Eden. Experience the natural beauty of Maui - the way it was meant to be, a paradise. Twenty-six acres of trails alive with brilliant colors, unique flowers, rare trees, and the sweet aroma of tropical blossoms in a uniquely natural island setting.
Waikiki Aquarium
At the Waikiki Aquarium, our mission is to inspire and promote understanding, appreciation and conservation of Pacific marine life. Located next to a living coral reef, the award winning Waikiki Aquarium brings guests face-to-fin with colorful tropical fish, reef sharks, living corals, endangered Hawaiian monk seals, sea jellies, squid, octopus and more! Our exhibits, programs, and research focus on the aquatic life of Hawaii and the tropical Pacific. Over 3,000 marine animals in our exhibits represent more than 500 species of aquatic animals and plants.
Honolulu Zoo
The mission of the Honolulu Zoo is to inspire the stewardship of our living world by providing meaningful experiences to our guests. The Zoo emphasizes Pacific Tropical ecosystems and our traditional values of malama (caring) and ho’okipa (hospitality).
Diamond Head
The most famous volcanic crater in the world is Diamond Head, located on the Southeast Coast of O'ahu at the end of Waikiki overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It was originally named Laeahi by the ancient Hawaiians. The name meant "brow of the tuna" and looking at the silhouette of the crater from Waikiki, you can see the resemblance.
Waikiki Beach
Never has a beach been as fabled as Waikiki. Since the 1950s, this beach has been a tourist destination extraordinaire. While much of it has been eroded, trampled by millions of feet, or encroached upon by towering skyscrapers, hints of its original
Oahu Nature Tours
We specialize in small, guided ecotours to see Hawaii's unique native bird and plant species. Spectacular views, excellent photographic opportunities, and information about the Geology, Archaeology, Mythology and History of Hawaii await you.
Paradise Cove Luau
Serving Hawaii's malihini (guests) and kama'aina (locals) for more than 20 years, Paradise Cove is one of the largest and most respected luau shows in Hawai'i. Located at the beautiful Ko Olina Resort on the leeward coast of O'ahu, Paradise Cove
Ala Moana Shopping Center
Ala Moana Center is Hawaii's premier shopping destination, attracting more than 42 million shoppers a year. Only minutes from Waikiki, Center offers 230 national and local specialty stores and services, including Macy's, Neiman Marcus and Sears.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Company
Always casual, fun, and exciting with outstanding service, serving great food such as Lt. Dan's drunken shrimp or Dixie-style baby back ribs. The way Bubba would have done it.
Iolani Palace
Welcome to `Iolani Palace This Hawaiian national treasure — the only official state residence of royalty in the United States, was the official residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs -- King Kalakaua, who built the Palace in 1882, and his sister successor, Queen Lili`uokalani. During the monarchy period, `Iolani Palace was the center of social and political activity in the Kingdom of Hawai`i.
Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts
To promote, perpetuate, preserve and encourage culture and the arts, history and the humanities as central to the quality of life of the people of Hawai`i.
Bishop Museum
We are located near downtown Honolulu and the Honolulu International airport. Here are detailed directions. We have a number of activities everyday going on in various places around our campus. A single admission price will allow you to visit all of our galleries, but we encourage visitors to become members and enjoy the many benefits.
USS Arizona Memorial
The USS Arizona Memorial as a national shrine symbolizes American sacrifice and resolve. Through national tragedy, a “sleeping giant awoke” and the United States moved towards its destiny as a global power.
The Charter Desk
Aloha! You have found your best connection to Kona's world famous Fishing Fleet located on the big island of Hawaii. Whether you are seeking a leisurely day on the water or an intense Big Game fishing experience, Kona is the place for you.
Hulihe'e Palace
Built in 1838 by Governor John Adams Kuakini, Hulihe`e Palace remained, until 1916, a vacation spa for Hawaiian royalty. Situated on Ali'i Drive, the historic two-story structure, now a museum, displays a collection of former Hawaiian royalty furnitures.
Makena Beach
A local favorite, this beach if great for sunbathing, swimming and snorkeling.
Dynamic Kona Sport Fishing
The Big Island of Hawaii has some of the best fishing in the world. On almost any day of the year a large Pacific Blue Marlin can be caught off the Kona coast. Kona is well known for large Marlin, but also Mahi Mahi, Ono, Ahi, and Aku.







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