This luxury shopping district offers plenty of shopping opportunities and restaurants, but also free activities. Free movie nights, lei making and hula and ukulele classes take place weekly. There is a two-story, children’s climbing play area in the center of the village that offers plenty of shaded areas and seating for parents. Plus, there is a splash pad perfect for the little guys.
Kaanapali Beach is also situated right in front of the shopping district. Spend the morning at the beach, then visit Whaler’s Village for lunch or some shopping in the afternoon.
9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
Things to Know/Bring
Whaler’s Village Museum is also located here. It’s a free museum that explains everything to know about whales and the former whaling industry in Hawaii.
A variety of restaurants, including beachfront restaurants with great sunset views, fill this area.
Paid parking lots surround the area and some restaurants will validate parking.