It is located at the northern end of Ka'anapali beach. It is where the walkthrough Ka'anapali beach begins. From snorkelers and swimmers to expert scuba divers all love this beach for the abundance of coral and tropical fish.
D. T. Fleming Beach Park -- Kapalua
This public park is famous for body and board surfing and swimming. Lifeguards, picnic tables and restroom facilities are available.
Ka'anapali Beach -- Ka'anapali Resort
It is West Mau's signature beach and dig-me beach. It was named America's best beach. It has three miles of white sand, sailboats and catamaran rides and rentals are available. It famous for windsurfing and is at a walkable distance from all Kaanapali hotels.
Kapalua Beach -- Kapalua Resort
It is one of the first beaches of Maui. A tropical beach famous for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving. It is adjacent to Kapalua Resort's hotels, restaurants, condos, etc.
Launiupoko Beach Park -- South of Lahaina
It is a favorite with the locals. It has a unique natural pool which is surrounded by a lava rock wall. Excellent for small children and beginning stand-up paddlers. Restrooms and picnic tables facilities are available.
Napili Bay -- South of Kapalua
Napili Bay is famous for its sandy beaches and good swimming. It serves well for both novice snorkelers to expert ocean adventurers. Napili Bay is famous around the world for the spectacular sunsets.
Puamana Beach County Park - Lahaina
It is at a walking distance from Lahaina Town. It is famous for beginning and intermediate surfing. It has a grassy park and grills, restrooms, and picnic tables facilities are available.
Wahikuli State Park - Lahaina
This beach features calm water conditions for snorkeling, swimming, and boogie boarding so it a favorite for local families with small children. Restrooms, grills, and picnic tables facilities are available.
Central Maui Beaches
Kanaha Beach Park - Kahului
It is famous for windsurfing, swimming, and diving. It is close to the town and is a favorite spot for local volleyball lovers.
Waihe'e Beach - Waihe'e
It is a narrow beach and not much crowded. It is east facing and is famous as a surfing spot.
Red Sand Beach - Hana
It is one of the "secret beaches" with volcanic red stand. It is famous for swimming and snorkeling. Adventurers love this spot notwithstanding its challenging location.
East Maui Beaches
Baby Beach - Spreckelsville
It is a naturally formed wading and swimming beach. As the name suggests, it is a perennial favorite for moms and young children. It is important to check with the locals for the tide and wave conditions before you wade into the waters.
H. A. Baldwin Beach Park - Paia
This beach is near the Baby beach and famous for swimming and bodysurfing. It has restrooms, lifeguards, and picnic facilities.
Ho'okipa Beach Park - Pa'ia
It famous around the world for professional windsurfing and board surfing. Many competitions are held here. Extensive winter surfing, with the best and safe viewing and photography. Restrooms and picnic tables are available.
Black Sand Beach - Hana
It is one of the most picturesque and remote beaches in Hana.
Hamoa Beach - Hana
Author James Michener described Hamoa Beach as the most beautiful in the Pacific. It is known for swimming and bodysurfing.
Hana Beach Park - Hana
It is one of the safest swimming beaches on Hana. It is a favorite with the locals and they hold many local community events at this beach.
Wai'anapanapa State Park - Hana
It is one of the best beaches in Maui. It has excellent camping facilities and cabins. A black-sand beach along with camping it is famous for swimming, snorkeling, and freshwater pools in caves.