location - Honokeana Cove Unit 114


 Location

Unit #114’s romantic central location surrounds you with tropical landscaping. Your ground-floor lanai enjoys a panoramic ocean view, fresh breezes, and breathtaking sunsets over the island of Molokai. Relax on the shaded deck, or step five steps down to the lawn, heated pool and swaying palm trees. (To enlarge the property map, click on it.) Flexible cancellation policies plus enhanced cleaning and disinfection ensure you a relaxed vacation!

Convenient Ground-Floor Location

In Unit 114, you’re in the heart of Honokeana Cove. It’s easy to step off your lanai to greet both old and new friends. The pool is close enough for a quick dip, but far enough that children having fun don’t disturb quiet conversation. Three gas-fired barbecues and the Cove with its tropical fish and giant turtles are just as near.

Romantic Sunsets

(p>The 100 square foot lanai faces west to enjoy the ocean panorama and sunsets over the island of Molokai. Is the sun too much of a good thing? There’s a roll-down shade to keep you cool. The unit’s binoculars will help you spot turtles in the cove and (during the winter) humpback whales in the Molokai channel.

Honokeana Cove’s Great Location

Of course, Unit 114 enjoys the benefits of Honokeana Cove’s perfect location on the Napili Coast. Napili Bay’s world-famous sandy beach is a seven minute walk to the north. On the way you’ll pass near the Gazebo, Iron Imu and Sea House restaurants. An equal distance to the south is Napili Plaza, with supermarket, pharmacy, coffee shop, Maui Tacos and Mama’s Ribs. You don’t even need to get in your car to enjoy many relaxing days at the Cove.

The photos below show you some of the sights at Honokeana Cove. For more photos and a video tour, see our Property page. You may also enjoy reading about Honokeana Cove’s 28-million-year History.

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Honokeana Cove is just south of Kapalua in West Maui

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Unit 114's central location is shown in this Google Earth closeup

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A view from a small plane shows Honokeana Cove & Unit 114

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Watch for this sign at our driveway!

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If you have a snack, the birds want to be your friends

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Cardinals, mynahs, doves, sparrows are everywhere

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The Kamani tree anchors the south corner of the Honokeana Cove lawn

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Colorful ti plants line this walkway

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There are several flowering plumeria trees in our grounds

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Hawaii's beloved hibiscus comes in many colors

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When bananas ripen, the resident manager hangs them outside the office for guests to enjoy

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You'll see both red & blue ginger plants at the Cove

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There are plenty of loungers by the pool

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The heated pool is convenient for a refreshing dip

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You can cook your dinner on a gas-fired grill overlooking the Pacific

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Steps lead from the lawn into Honokeana Cove

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The peaceful Cove beckons you for a dip!

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A walkway leads to several steps going right into the water

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Some guests rent paddleboards or kayaks and stay on the surface

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Most visitors grab a snorkel mask to visit the coral & fish [photo: John Bentson]

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Blue-green parrotfish graze algae from the coral formations

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Moorish Idol fish are popular Cove sights [photo: John Bentson]

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You'll see many Green Sea Turtles lounging on the sand below you [photo: John Bentson]

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Every so often, they pop up to take a breath [photo: Anne Schillings]

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Sometimes the turtles are curious & want to look at you, too! [photo: Anne Schillings]

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Many afternoons you will see a turtle resting on the rocks on the shore [photo: Todd Wire]

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During the winter, you will see humpback whales cavorting in the Molokai channel

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What would a warm day be without a refreshing shave ice?

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Put the blender to work & enjoy a tropical drink on your lanai!

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An occasional splash of rain brings beautiful rainbows

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Sunsets are a special treat at Honokeana Cove

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Tiki torches are lit at dusk to greet the evening

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Every sunset is different, and many are worth a photo

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