Park and surfing. Swimming marginal.
Small beach set inside a cove; fairly good snorkeling.
This cove is virtually a large swimming pool with a sandy beach.
Beach of convenience for folks staying in the condos here.
Tiny beach of mixed rock and sand. Unlikely to be worth your time.
A rugged and challenging 5-10 mile hike with stunning panoramas of the central valley,…
Best known for beginner's 20' dive.
A cliff-side and shoreline drive to Lahaina passes along a spectacularly scenic shoreline…
Historic beach, park and surfing
A great place to have a picnic from the many nearby yummy take-out joints.
Also commonly called Canoe Beach
Long, narrow beach with shallow offshore reef. This is a good destination for snorkeling.
aka Pu'unoa beach - shallow and safe for little kids because of the offshore reef.
Also known as Ironwoods Beach. A 1/4 Mile long, sandy and uncrowded beach next to Kapalua…
Also known as Mokule'ia Beach - a dramatic cliff-framed beach and bay.
A less crowded, low-key resort beach with a much more family feel than many in West Maui.
Honolua Bay is a spectacular place to snorkel or dive, if you know where to go.
Long, sandy sometimes crowded beach backed by ironwood trees.
Drive-up snorkeling convenience on a wonderful, less-than-crowded resort beach.
Blowhole and scenic rugged coastline hike.
Dramatic, swimmable tidepools located on barren lava along the ocean's edge on the…
The back side of West Maui starts in Kapalua and ends in Wailuku in Central Maui
Ka'anapali Beach is a mile-long, spectacularly perfect beach that is home to seven resorts,…
Eclectic old-time-sea-town-turned-tourism - with a uniquely Maui twist!
At the north end of Ka'anapali Beach, a great place to cliff-jump and snorkel.