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Lahaina was the capitol of the Kingdom of Hawaii in the 1800s and much of this historic whaling village has been preserved to present day. Lahaina is still a bustling community, now with art galleries, unique shops, and restaurants serving up modern Hawaiian fare. Lahaina's Front Street, which dates back to the 1820s, has been ranked one of the "Top Ten Greatest Streets" by the American Planning Association. Visitors and locals alike enjoy strolling through its historic district, where some of the valleys of the West Maui mountains can be seen, often as the backdrop to a rainbow. Once the center of the global whaling industry, now the shores of Lahaina provide magical views of the protected humpback whales that play offshore from November to May. The climate in Lahaina’s historic district is sunny and dry, while it’s bordering towns get 2-4x as much rainfall. Lahaina has received much attention as a travel destination, driving average listing prices to 2M for small homes and condominiums, and upwards of 3M for single family homes and estates. Besides being home to renowned golf courses, Lahaina is also a sports hub known for hosting yacht races, college basketball tournaments, and more. Halloween is a big deal in Lahaina. In fact, the celebrations on Front Street are well known throughout all of Hawaii and many travel here just to take part in what is sometimes called the “Mardi Gras of the Pacific”.

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