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Located about two miles north of Lahaina along West Maui's shore, Ka’anapali Beach is a three-mile stretch of golden sands with shallow entry, perfect for beginner and leisure swimmers. Connected by a beachfront paved path, you can walk to nearby Whalers Village and Black Rock, a popular spot for snorkelers and scuba divers and famous for one of the area’s most awe-inspiring attractions – the sunset torch lighting and cliff diving ceremony.
Ho’okipa Beach Park
Tucked along the North Shore in Paia, Ho’okipa Beach Park is recognized as one of the world’s top windsurfing destinations. Host to two major world-class surfing competitions, Ho’okipa beckons expert windsurfers, kiteboarders, surfers, and casual sightseers. While strong winds and dangerous currents limit surfing to experts, the site's coral reef creates a pond-like area ideal for leisurely dips during low tide.
Nestled along Mau’s southwest coast, Wailea Beach is consistently rated as one of the world’s best beaches for its silky-smooth sands, gentle waters, and vibrant marine life. With small waves and shallow waters, Wailea is perfect for beginner boogie boarding or body surfing. Venture out into the rocky outcroppings that define both ends of the beach for some of the best snorkeling in south shore.
Wainapanapa State Park
Located at the end of Waiʻanapanapa Road off Hana Highway Waiʻānapanapa State Park is a 122-acre state park. A remote and wild volcanic coastline, Waiʻānapanapa is home to a myriad of natural wonders like a stone arch, blowhole, native hala forest, legendary caves, and anchialine pools. For those that enjoy hiking, there are two sections along old King’s Highway that you can hike through to connect directly to Hana.
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