Beaches - West Maui
Ka'anapali Beach - With four
miles of golden sand, Ka'anapali Beach is
the king of beaches on Maui. And it is
the closest major beach to Nohonani. (Now you
can see why Nohonani is "Sitting Pretty".
Kapalua Beach - Listed as
Beach in the World" for years, romantic
Kapalua Bay is the foot of the Kapalua Resorts
offering gorgeous views of the sunset and
Molokai. Palm trees and cabanas offer a perfect
retreat for honeymooners and a relaxing day
D.T. Fleming Beach Park - A
popular swimming and boogie boarding spot for
of all ages. In the
winter, Flemings has a spectacular view of
whales breaching in the warm waters.
Wahikuli County Park - Complete
with covered picnic tables and grass, this
park is frequented by visitors and locals alike
for everything from snorkeling, to outdoor
churches, to 4th of July BBQ's. Terrific location,
lots of parking.
Ironwoods - A "secret" beach
known to a handful of residents lies the spectacular
Ironwoods Beach. Ironwoods boasts a coastline
of pristine waters, golden sands, and more.
locale is great for intimate weddings and Sunday
Maui Beaches - South Maui
Weilea Beach - Complete with
white sand beaches, lava flows that create
reefs teeming with
marine life, this beach has it all. Small
waves for the leisurely and first time snorkelers
are within walking distance from all main
resorts in South Maui.
Maluaka Beach (Makena Beach) - It's
no wonder Makena is one of Maui's most famous
beaches, with over a mile long and a hundred
yards wide, it is possible to have hundreds
of people sharing the beach and still have
privacy! Big waves make for great body and
board surfing. Big beaches allow for volleyball
games and large gatherings. Panoramic sunset
views and Up-close, spectacular views of Molokini,
Maui's half-moon crater island.
Maui Beaches - East Maui
We conclude our tour of Maui Beaches with
East Maui. What! No North Maui? Well, Nature
has a way of balancing itself out. North Maui
has a few beaches but it is known for its spectacular
waterfalls. Do yourself a favor and take a
drive or tour on the Hana Highway and you'll
see what we mean.