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Luxury Maui Vacation Rentals At A Great RateUnit 143 at the Wailea Grand Champions
September 17, 2014
When searching for a luxury vacation rental on Maui, the wonderful seaside town of Wailea is the area of choice for those wishing to experience only the best during their stay on Maui. With a number of the islands' best beaches, most fabulous shops, exquisite fine dining, world class golfing, and more, Wailea is THE place to stay while on your Maui vacation. While many luxury vacation condos here come with matching luxury prices, there are a number of properties which provide you with the full upscale Wailea experience, at a greatly discounted rate. One such property may found at 143 in the lovely Wailea Grand Champion Villas.
On special for a limited time at just $299/night, unit 143 is a wonderfully rare three bedroom, two bathroom unit with magnificent golf course views. Featuring a king bed in the master bedroom, two guest rooms outfitted with queen sized beds, and a sofa sleeper in the living room, unit 143 comfortably sleeps up to eight guests. In addition to the marvelous sleeping arrangements, this unit at the Wailea Grand Champions has been recently renovated with all new furnishings, 143 also features a fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, A/C and ceiling fans throughout.
Fantastic amenities and conveniences also abound at the Wailea Grand Champions, including:
- Two on site swimming pools
- Barbecue Grills
- Spacious lanai with garden views
- Moments away from the fabulous shores of Ulua and Mokapu beaches
- Nearby fine dining and shopping at the Shops at Wailea
- Golf at the championship quality Wailea Golf Club
- and much, much more.
Ready to book your luxury vacation condo in Wailea? Contact Rentals Maui today. Mahalo!
By Kathy Englert
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Maui Vacation Rental DealsGet the latest deals and discounts on our Specials page!
September 04, 2014
By Kathy Englert
Looking for the best in Maui vacation rental deals? Look no further than our Specials page.
Regularly updated, our vacation rental specials page is your guide to the latest discounts and best deals available in South Maui. Here's just a few of our latest favorites:
Maui Vista #1-307 - Recently remodeled single bed, single bath unit starting at just $119 per night.
Maui Kamaole #L-202 - Two bedroom, two bathroom unit located directly across the street from the world famous Kamaole Beach (III) starting at just $199 per night now through October.
Haleakala Shores #B309 - Sleeps up to six guests for only $99 per night! (now through October.)
Waiohuli Beach Hale #C-110 - Two bedroom, two bathroom oceanfront vacation condo on special for only $144 per night, 7th night free from now through October.
Kihei Akahi #DG06 - Value priced at just $79 per night through October.
Check back often for the latest South Maui vacation rental specials at Rentals Maui! Mahalo!
Maui Travel Tips - Hiking Safety SignsSigns to look out for when enjoying Maui's abundant natural beauty.
August 27, 2014
By Kathy Englert
Just as you would when going to the beach, be sure to keep an eye out for and heed all posted warning and advisory signs while out exploring Maui's many wonderful trails. Here are a few examples of what to look for:
- "End of Trail" - The trail you are currently following ends here. Do not proceed beyond this point, as dangerous conditions may lie ahead.
- "End of Maintained Trail" - Denotes a trail point at which maintenance (such as clearing of safety hazards) ends. It is advised to either not continue at this point, or only continue with extreme caution.
- "Area Closed" - Any area beyond this sign is closed until further notice. Should you encounter this advisory, turn around or find an alternate route.
- "End of Road" - No motor vehicles are allowed to travel beyond this point.
- "Warning: Falling Rocks" - Rocks in this area may break away, failing and causing serious bodily harm or death. Proceed with extreme caution.
- "Warning: Hazardous Cliff" - Ground may break away without warning, leading to serious bodily harm or death. Proceed with extreme caution.
- "Danger: No Diving of Jumping" - While some places (such as waterfalls and ponds) may look safe to dive into, many may in fact have rocks or other objects which could cause serious bodily injury. For this reason, never dive into any body of water when this sign is present, and use extreme caution around any such areas even when there are no warnings posted.
- "Warning: Flash Flood" - Flash flooding / rapid rise in water level and speed may occur in this area without warning. Stay alert for any signs of such conditions, and be prepared to seek higher ground if needed.
Keep an eye out for and heed these and any other posted warning to ensure your next adventure outside your Maui vacation rental is a safe one.
By Kathy Englert
A big part of Maui's charm as a world renowned vacation destination is, of course, our islands wonderfully abundant natural beauty. Amazing lush tropical forests, fabulous top tier beaches (many just steps from your South Maui vacation rental!) and much more make Maui the perfect place to conduct a bit of exploration on foot, safely. Here are a few tips for making sure your Maui exploration experience is a safe one:
Whether exploring a remote beach or hiking through jungle trails, prepare ahead of time. Be sure to bring, pack, apply, etc. a number of common personal safety/comfort items including:
Protective (from sun, bugs, etc.) bright colored clothing.
Water (to prevent dehydration)
Snacks (As tempting as it might be, it is best not to eat or drink fruits, berries, stream water, etc. found "on the trail.")
Adventure adequate footwear (i.e. boots, not sandals, when going for a hike)
Before venturing out, be sure to let a friend or family member know what your plans are, when you expect to be, and when you think you'll be back at your Maui vacation rental. Also brief them on phone numbers of local information and emergency services to notify if you do not make it back/call in a timely manner.
If going for a hike, bring some friends. Not only is it more fun to explore together, it's also a good idea to have some backup with you in the event that experience an issue while out.
Heed all posted warning signs. Hazardous conditions, "No Trespassing," or signs marked "Kapu" (loosely translated as "keep out") in particular should be heeded at all times; regardless of what you may have heard/read from other sources.
If something seems a bit too risky, it is. Rock climbing, diving into a pool at the bottom of a cliff or waterfall, cramped looking trails with deep drop offs, fast moving stream/river water, etc. should all be avoided. In addition, if you notice a rapid change in water level or speed, or hear what sounds like rumbling coming from upstream, get to higher ground immediately. Flash flood waters originating from far upstream are always a possibility, even on the best looking days.
- Check local weather forecasts before going out. If inclement weather is forecast, put off your Maui wilderness adventure for the time being.
Now that you're prepared, get out there and enjoy our island paradise!
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