Covid 19 Resources
The Pauli Family condos at Ekahi Village and Kamaole One are happy to welcome you back to Maui! We have all been through a lot recently, and an escape to Maui is just what the doctor ordered.
We know you’re concerned about how condos will be cleaned and prepared for your stay. Rest assured, we take your safety and that of our cleaners and other vendors very seriously.
Please download this PDF for the COVID-19 Safety Measures for guests of the Pauli Family Condos.
When you visit us, it is important that you know the guidelines and rules at Wailea Ekahi Village as well as for the State of Hawaii and Island of Maui. See below for several important COVID-19 resources to review before you travel.
Wailea Ekahi COVID-19 Statement
Hawaii COVID-19 Travel Page – This is the page to learn about approved Hawaii Covid-19 pre-arrival testing partners.
Hawaii Department of Health Page
Beginning January 19, 2021 all travelers into Maui County (inter-island or trans-pacific) must have The AlohaSafe App installed on their smart phone OR another GAEN (Google / Apple Exposure Notification).
Please keep in mind that hours, days of operation and other services may be limited at local attractions, restaurants and shops. Make it a habit to check ahead to ensure a smooth visit. Please wear your mask, wash your hands and follow the guidelines to keep everyone safe and healthy.
Beginning September 15, 2021
Maui County will start a “Safe Access” program for indoor dinning. In short, you must prove / show your vaccination card to be allowed to eat indoors. Without, you’ll still be able to eat outside or do take-away / carryout.