Maui has seen an influx of visitors over the last month due to the spring break session with rental car companies struggling to meet demand. While travel to Maui is well underway, the state’s pre-travel testing requirements and covid-19 safety protocols must still be followed. As the vaccine roll out continues, expect to see more community events coming back into the fold. For April, check out some great open air events on the slate.
The Upcountry Farmers Market has been operating on Maui for 40 years and is now hosted at a beautiful outdoor space at the Kula Malu Town Center, in Pukalani, just up from Long’s Drug Store. All of their products are produced on Maui including produce, bananas, coconuts, potatoes, all salad greens, steam or juice greens, fruits, nuts, probiotic preparations etc. They also also have prepared foods like pastries, baked goods, Indian foods, Thai foods, fresh miso, fermented foods, raw and vegan foods, as well as juices, kombucha, dehydrated goods, raw nut cheeses, and so much more being added all the time. They gather every Saturday morning from 7am to 11am!
Big charity yard sale in Kula on Sat, April 24, 2021 at 8am. Proceeds from the event will be donated to support of Somos Ohana Nicaragua that builds and supports schools, scholarships, and cancer patient transportation grants in Villanueva, Chinandega, Nicaragua. Event details: 8am to 1pm at 51 Mano Drive, Kula Kai, Kula, Saturday April 24.
The Maui Gift & Craft Fair features more than 50 local vendors and artists, showcasing a wide variety of Made In Hawaii photography, jewelry, fine art, crafts, gifts and more. The Lahaina Gateway Center is committed to providing opportunities, such as this popular event as a way for local artisans and Maui businesses to feature their products to the public. When: Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where: Lahaina Gateway Center.
Exploring Maui’s Only Winery
Take a drive to Upcountry Maui and experience the change in elevations that make Maui so unique. In particular, the Tedeschi Winery in Ulupalakua is the only winery in Maui due to its coveted climate and acres of land available to growing grapes. Since the mid 70’s, the Tedeschi Winery by Ulupalakua Ranch has been known for its best kept secret, the local production of fantastic bottle of wine. Tucked away on 23 acres of the southern slopes of Ulupalakua, the rich volcanic soils provide the perfect foundation for winemaking vines. Tedeschi Winery and Ulupalakua Ranch in partnership with one another pride themselves as being “stewards of the land,” and are strong supporters of sustainability and thriving agriculture.
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3D technology like Matterport enable buyers to get a feel for a property’s layout, while it allows sellers to easily showcase their property to anyone with the 3D virtual tour link.
With a virtual tour, users can tour the property as if they are walking through it themselves (think of Google street view) and it also givers users the ability to see a birds eye view of the property floor plan.
Although it does not replace seeing the property in person, it comes very close to doing so. If any of the properties do not catch your eye, subscribe to our new listing alerts for properties for sale with 3D virtual tours.
Please consider me to be your trusted Maui real estate and lifestyle adviser. I was born and raised on the island, and spend a considerable amount of time to inform my clients about the best deals currently on the market. Don’t hesitate to call me for your any of your Maui real estate needs as I would be honored to assist you in your home search.
Anthony Sayles R(S)