E Komo Mai (eh-ko-mo-my) means 'Welcome'
in the Hawaiian language. The aloha spirit is alive and well in
Ma'alaea (Mah-ah-lie-ah), which is a tiny village centrally
nestled on an isthmus between two dormant volcanoes. The West Maui
Mountains and the 10,043 foot Haleakala (House of the Sun)
volcano, have been sculpted over the millennium by rain and trade
winds to form the "Valley Isle" of Maui.
Maui offers something for everyone! You can view the sunrise from
the summit of Haleakala in the morning, snorkel on a shallow reef
in the afternoon and in the evening dine in casual elegance at one
of the many five star Hawaii Regional Cuisine restaurants. As your
day ends, relax on your private lanai and watch the moonrise over
From your lanai, you can see a breathtaking view of Ma'alaea Bay,
Haleakala and the Pacific Ocean. During the winter months, watch
humpback whales display their majesty while they play, tend to
their young, and feed in the warm Maui waters.
Enjoy a refreshing dip in your crystal clear pool or slip on a
mask, snorkel and fins, swim a few yards off shore to the reef and
see native Hawaiian fish and sea turtles.
Whether this is your first trip to Maui or you are a seasoned
traveler, E Komo Mai to our home. We are sure you will agree Maui
No Ka Oi (Maui is the best). We hope you enjoy your stay and
return again wikiwiki (real soon).
Aloha, Joe and Karen Dorsey - Owners