Walk Wailea and Discover The Wonder of Hawaiian Beauty

For those considering Maui’s plush Wailea hotel zone, which includes hotels such as the Grand Wailea, for their next vacation, expect to pay $14 for a Mai Tai, $170 for Old Blue Golf Club greens fees and $285 for a weekly rental on a Mustang convertible. The good news is there is one awe-inspiring Wailea activity that is not only healthy, it’s absolutely free. Wailea is home to one of the most beautiful walking paths in all of Hawaii. The views, colors, landmarks, beaches, and people watching far exceed the five-star rating for which Wailea is known. This exhilarating outdoor diversion is a great way to start your day, and it won’t cost you a nickel.

Tim Cotroneo

Tim Cotroneo is a freelance writer from Minneapolis, MN, specializing in Caribbean travel, business, and golf. Tim is the Travel Writer for Business Owner Magazine and the Contributing Editor for Travel Dreams Magazine. All of Tim's travel articles can be found at and ...(Read More)

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