Where else can you find over thirty-two miles of beaches and more than a hundred fifty miles coastline? You may run out of suntan lotion before you can get enough of the Maui beaches.
Your choices of Maui beaches for swimming, sunbathing, surfing, and other water activities are so vast that your head will probably spin if you try hard to think about them.
Maui beaches all boast sparkling crystal-blue waters, tropical winds, and enchanting blue skies. While not all Maui beaches have white sand, the black and red sand Maui beaches are just as amazing. These Maui beaches are known all over the world as great surfing and windsurfing destinations. There are also plenty of water activities for families with children. Non-professional snorkels are most welcome as well as those who just need a good tan.
The most number of Maui beaches are located West of Maui. Eighteen breathtaking miles of beaches lie along Kapalua to Olowalu. The best of the Maui beaches are those in the resorts. However, the undeveloped and those found along the off-beaten parts are also good choices, especially if you want to avoid the crowded Maui beaches and yearn for the stillness of Maui.
Some Maui beaches are listed below:
- Black Rock – Ka’anapali Beach (West Maui)
This is a great choice for those learning how to swim and snorkel, as well as for excellent scuba divers already.
- D.T. Fleming Beach Park – Kapalua
Named “America’s Beach Beach” in 2006, this Maui beach is a public park that has picnic tables as well as lifeguards on duty.
- Kama’ole Beach Parks I, II, and III – Kihei (South Maui)
A local favorite. These parks provide ample parking, lifeguards, and volleyball courts.
- Kihei Beach – Kihei (South Maui)
These series of beaches are along more than six miles of Kihei coastline.
- Kanaha Beach Park – Kahului (Central Maui)
This Maui beach is near town and is known all over the world for its great windsurfing conditions. This is also an ideal beach for swimming and diving. Volleyball games are a usual thing here as well.
- Ho’okipa Beach Park – Pa’ia (East Maui)
Professional windsurfing and board surfing competitions are usually held here.
Maui beaches offer plenty of water activities according to every individual’s interest. There are sports activities that require physical stamina, while others are simple recreational activities. Children will find their own sanctuary on any Maui beach.
Plus adults will find it as fun as the kids do when they try to go on a submarine tour. This 48- passenger submarine will give you a view of the beauty under Maui waters. Aloha! Maui beaches indeed beckon!