Slung along scenic Highway 30, the neighboring shores of Honolua and Mokuleia Bay offer two distinct snorkeling experiences.
You’ll soon see why this spot has been widely considered to be one of the best beaches in town!
It’s located in a sheltered cove, which makes it an excellent spot for kids and newbies to take to the water.
With its secluded location and beautiful nearby trails, Honokeana Bay is something of a hidden gem.
Keep an eye out for triggerfish, eels, and other tropical fish weaving through the water.
Just up the way from Kahekili Beach Park, Ka’anapali Beach is definitely more crowded.
Another great potential turtle-spotting area is Wahikuli Wayside Park, which is tucked between Kaanapali and Lahaina.
If you’re looking for great Maui snorkeling spots with easy access to town, Mala Wharf’s got you covered!
Admire the coral formations and keep an eye out for cool critters as you explore this watery world.
If you’re lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of the beautiful and elusive Hawaiian monk seal!
If you like a nice variety of watersports during your vacations, then be sure to head over to Launiupoko Beach Park.
It’s a little piece of tranquility, conveniently located en route to other attractions.
The snorkeling location is a little way out from shore, so you’ll need a boat to get there – but trust us, it’s well worth it.
As you start heading south, you’ll quickly encounter the terrific trio of Kamaole Beach Parks I, II, and III.
Keawakapu Beach may only be 0.7 miles long, but that little place really packs a punch.