Translating to “two borders” in Hawaiian, Kapalua is positioned between Oneloa Bay and Honokahua Bay. It's about 7 miles north from our shop in Kaanapali and we recommend taking the Lower Honoapalii Road - instead of Route 30 - since it offers slower traffic speeds and better views. It’s also home to the Pu’u Kukui Preserve, home to 18 native plants found nowhere else in the world. The area has implemented conservation programs and is dedicated to fostering an appreciation for nature, and promoting a sustainable way of life.
Over the years, Kapalua Bay has been recognized as one of the top beaches in America by the Travel Channel, Stephen Leatherman and host of the renowned Kapalua Wine & Food Festival. Whether you’re looking for luxury, relaxation, adventure or culture, Kapalua has something for everyone. Rent an electric bike for a half or a full day and experience the beauty and excitement that Kapalua has to offer. Or, book a self-guided tour for 2-hours, 4-hours or a full day and get access to our curated route, map, and step by step directions.
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Where to Eat in Kapalua
Gazebo: Popular poolside gem offering breakfast and lunch known for their big buttermilk pancakes and famous fried rice.
7:30am - 2pm | 5315 Lower Honoapiilani Road | Menu
Plantation House Restaurant: Experience their recently renovated restaurant. Dine on warm fresh banana bread and a blackstone benedict while overlooking the world class golf courses and endless blue ocean.
Tues - Sun: 8am - 2pm, 4:45 - 8pm (closed Mon) | 200 Plantation Club Drive. | Menu
Merriman's: Renowned oceanfront restaurant boasting a farm to table prix-fixe menu using 90% locally sourced ingredients
4pm - 8pm (Reservations Required) | 1 Bay Club Place | Menu
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