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Alternative-Hawaii Beach Guide to North Shore Maui  

Maui Beaches:
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South Maui (Part 1)
(See also Lifeguard Safety Tips, Maui Drive Guide, Maui Camping)

Call National Weather Service 877-5111 for Weather Forecast & 877-3477 for Marine Forecast.
As lifeguard services may vary, call the County of Maui at 270-6136 for current coverage.


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©Ann Cecil
AHIHI KINAU NATURAL AREA RESERVE
Makena Alanui Road (After Makena State Park), Makena

On calm days, excellent snorkeling for novices - great scuba diving. To protect the natural resources, please stay out of Anchialine pools (microorganism habitats) and try to avoid walking on live coral - it is home to many sea creatures and takes years to grow.

Accommodation


©Ann Cecil
MAKENA STATE PARK
Makena Alanui Road (After Maui Prince Hotel), Makena

Nicknamed "Big Beach" - over one-half mile long and one hundred feet wide. Very popular beach. Do not bodyboard: dangerous shore breaks and rip currents.


Restrooms, showers, parking, picnic tables.


©Ann Cecil

MALUAKA BEACH PARK
Makena Road (Behind the Maui Prince Hotel), Makena

One of Maui's loveliest beaches. Sandy bottom.

Parking, restrooms, showers.


©Ann Cecil
WAILEA BEACH
Wailea

A two-mile long white sand beach backed by high sand dunes at its south end. Good swimming, bodysurfing and snorkeling. Dangerous water conditions during periods of large surf.

Parking. Accommodation / Activity

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