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Wailea Beach Villas - 76 Beachfront Rentals

This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Wailea Beach Villas Travel Tips

Whale Watching with Wailea Beach Villas Vacation Rentals

Every winter, humpback whales migrate to the Hawaiian Islands from the polar regions for mating season. The crystal clear waters allow visitors to watch the animals, even if they're hundreds of feet below the surface of the ocean. Wailea Beach Villas vacation rentals allow you to see this sight by giving you an economical means of staying in at Wailea Beach Villas condos; a vacation rental is a deal in which a property owner rents his property to a tourist. This allows you to stay in someone's house or condo instead of a hotel. More beds are available for a party to split the costs, and you can cook and eat in someone's kitchen instead of a restaurant.

Other Things to Do in South Maui

Whale watching is in the winter season, which is traditionally the off season for Hawaiian tourism, so rates on South Maui beach rentals are usually much cheaper. But if whale watching isn't your thing, you can learn to scuba dive, go snorkeling (without need of classes or a license) over the incredible coral reefs, or do what is not only free, but possibly the best way to relax: sit back on a white sand beach, catch a tan, and watch the sunset.

Ecotourism in Maui

Ecotourism is quickly becoming a key draw for Maui, since the island is in such immaculate shape, and holds such an incredible diversity of ecologies, from volcanic rims at 10,000 feet above the ocean, to rainforests, to coral reefs, and the deep ocean where the humpback whales can be viewed. The whale watching tours are also educational, with wildlife experts giving lessons about the whales and their habitats during the trips to and from the viewing locations. The volcanoes can be toured on foot, if the state parks are open duing periods of inactivity, or by helicopter for a view straight into the interior of the earth.

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