Island of Maui

Whalers Village is situated on the world-famous three-mile stretch of white sand known as Ka‘anapali Beach in West Maui. Whalers Village features 90 shops and restaurants where visitors can browse in classic haute couture for cool island apparel or made-in-Hawai‘i gifts. There are leading designers of resort wear, local jewelry and accessory shops. Art galleries alternate with stores that sell beach gear, cosmetics, bath & body products, house wares and books. 

Hungry visitors can relax in three oceanfront restaurants, with menus varying from Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine using fresh island ingredients to all-American burgers and fries. There’s also The Food Court and specialty outlets. 

As for entertainment, Center Stage is the fun, cultural platform for artisan craft demonstrations, hula classes and lei making lessons. At night, the stage comes to life with Polynesian Hula or Tahitian Dance. The Whalers Village Museum honors Maui’s seafaring roots. And, most notably, on the first Saturday every May, the Village proudly hosts its signature event, The Maui Onion Festival.

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