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It’s whale watching season on Maui, and Kaanapali Beach Hotel is offering travelers the chance to get up-close with the gentle humpbacks through its Whale Encounter package.
Available for booking through April 1, 2013, the package provides guests with four nights in a partial ocean view room, daily rental car, daily buffet breakfast for two, whale watching tour for two, two bottles of water per day, a pair of beach towels and a picnic lunch in a keepsake backpack.
Offering a 25 percent savings, the package costs $1,339 based on double occupancy.
The 432-room Kaanapali Beach Hotel is set on a three-mile stretch of sand on Maui's western shores.
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