The 18th Annual Lighting of the Banyan Tree is one of the first major events of the Christmas
Season in Lahaina. The Lahaina Town Action Committee has outdone themselves
with top-notch enertainers and activities for all ages.
We hope to see you there!
NAPILI POINT RESORT!
In Hawaiian, "Nou ka hale" means
"Our home is your home"
From our "ohana" (family) to yours,
may your joys be bountiful
and blessings many
Napili Point Resorts amazing location on Honokeana Bay allows our guests a unique opportunity to swim and snorkel with the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle – just steps outside their doors!
Known as “Honu,”, they symbolize good luck, endurance and long life in the Hawaiian culture. Hawai’i legend says that turtles were the guides for the first voyagers to Hawaii. Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles are on the endangered species status protected by Federal and State laws. Due to these efforts, honu are making a strong comeback and are now frequently seen in Hawai’i’s oceans. Please don’t touch the honu and keep a respectful distance from them!
Did you know? Sea turtles spend almost all their lives submerged beneath the waves but must frequently breathe air for the oxygen needed to meet the demands of their vigorous aquatic activity. With a single exhalation followed by rapid inhalation, sea turtles lungs are capable of conducting a rapid exchange of oxygen while preventing dangerous gases from being trapped during deep dives. During routine algae foraging, a honu can dive for four to five minutes and surface to breathe for only about two seconds. Turtles can rest or sleep underwater for several hours at a time; but submergence time is much shorter while diving for food or trying to escape predators.(http://www.myhawaiitraveler.com/September-2011/Hawaiis-Ancient-Ones/)
Seeing these animals in their natural environment is an experience like no other – enjoy!
HALLOWEEN - LAHAINA TOWN
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st 2015
Halloween in Lahaina Town is called the "Mardi Gras of the Pacific", and this year should be no exception! Front Street will be closed to all vehicular traffic at 3:30PM until Midnight and there will be no street parking allowed.
Noon - 10PM: 2015 Halloween T-Shirt Sales at Campbell Park
4:30PM: Keiki Costume Parade on Front Street
5PM-6:30PM: Live Music with Kanamon & JB at Campbell Park
6PM-9PM: Costume Contest at the Banyan Treet Park. Note: The winner will be announced at 9:30PM!
6:30PM-9:30PM: Music with DJ Serna at the Banyan Tree Park
7PM-9PM: Live Music with 8 Track Players at Campell Park
For more information including the "Halloween Express Shuttle" service from Wailuku and Kihei, please visit www.visitlahaina.com or call: (808)667-9193.
HAVE A SAFE AND FUN HALLOWEEN!