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This is not your average snorkel cruise. It offers you the opportunity to see the Kanaio Coast and some of the most amazing natural scenery on the island. Lava arches, sea caves, turtles, dolphins and other undersea life are all a part of these half-day tours. The Kanaio tour visits pristine coves and bays, as well as volcanic formations and excellent snorkeling. Molokini tours steer clear of heavily touristed areas, seeking out pristine waters and unique views. Tours depart from the Kihei boat ramp. Tour packages include all equipment, drinks and lunch. Call for reservations and other details.
A sprawling strand of white sand along the North Shore of Maui, the wide beach attracts body boarders, picnickers and sunbathers alike. With the Baby Beach to its west and the Baldwin Cove to its east, this surreal-looking beach is not just replete with natural wonders, but it is also an astounding cultural site. Stippled along its expanse are dunes which are known to be part of an olden Hawaiian burial complex. A stunning turquoise oasis situated right on the fringes of Paia, this magnificent beach rightly embodies nature merged with recreation. The beach has a large ball field that often is the site for soccer, baseball and softball games, while also being home to a pavilion, restroom facilities, barbecues and picnic areas, with plenty of free parking.
The "Kams," as they are known, span about a mile along the coast of South Kihei. On sunny days, the Kams fill up with adults, kids and entire groups of all ages. Frisbees sail, stereos blast, and tiny children splash in the equally tiny waves. The small waves create an easy spot to launch from for ocean kayaking fun. While these beaches are often disparaged as being too crowded or too dirty, they are head and shoulders above any mainland beach. The grass is green, the sand is soft and the sun is seemingly always out.
Wailea Beach in South Maui is located close to numerous high end resorts and hotels. Amazing views can be enjoyed from every part of this beach and the beautiful water is inviting and tempting. On a summer day, the water is filled with swimmers and surfers, and crabs can often be spotted along the seashore. Absence of rocks, makes it safe even for children to take a dip and the winds are never too strong.
With its seemingly endless expanse of golden sand beach and perfect bodysurfing waves, the Makena State Park is a must-see. Big Beach is the number one spot for sunbathing and swimming. Little Beach, a five-minute hike up and over rocks, is a world-famous nude beach. The surrounding environs are perfect for a hike that offers splendid views of the deep blue ocean