With picturesque views, palm trees, golden sand and excellent swimming conditions, this is the kind of beach that comes to mind when you think of Hawaii.
The park is the perfect place to set up a slip-n-slide during the day (as you’ll see often) and is a favorite hangout for locals and visitors alike.
Aptly nicknamed for its gentle waters, Baby Beach is best for families with small children and anyone seeking oceanside beauty minus the waves & undertow.
Named America’s Best Beach in 2003, this popular hangout is famous for cliff jumping, snorkeling and scenic walks along the 3 mile shoreline.
With easy entrances and a convenient location, Kam I and Charley Young provide everything you need for a successful day of fun in the sun.
Traveling south, the next beach you will pass is Kam II, which offers the same appeal of Kam I and Charley Young Beaches with slightly better snorkeling options at both ends.
Located in a convenient area of Wailea and only a short walk from the most popular resorts, Wailea Beach is a beautiful option for relaxed swimming and family-friendly fun.
Somewhat less crowded than Wailea Beach, Polo Beach is formed from two sandy crescents in front of the Fairmont Kea Lani and Polo Beach Club.
Also known as Turtle Town, Maluaka is a gorgeous location in South Maui, fronting the Makena Beach & Golf Resort.
Little Beach is a picturesque Maui location for those who can brave the fact that it’s a largely nude beach.