The breathtaking beach stretches from Hyatt Regency Maui in its southernmost reaches and Sheraton Maui at its northernmost reaches, with its expansive white sand and clear blue waters, almost three miles along the coast of the Hawaii. Moreover, the popular getaway for many is lined with a plethora or resorts, shops, restaurants, condominiums and shops. There is no wonder that the beach was once named a pinnacle of beaches in the United States of America. This beach truly deserved it. The party never stops in Kaanapali beach, so if you are looking for some peaceful and secluded vacation, this is definitely not the beach you would want to spread your towel on!
The best place to sit back and take in the scenery in Kaanapali beach is the center section at the front part of Whalers village (also called “dig-me-beach”). The Whaler village is a first-class shopping mall that hosts a wide variety of renowned restaurants and shops and a well-known whaling museum and a wide variety of Hawaiian amusements. The northern cliff known as Puu Kekaa or Black Rock offers the most popular allure to the Kaanapali beach which is a diving event. This is an event enacting the victory by the Maui’s most feared royalty King Kahekili.
There are many strategically positioned blue Shoreline Access signs that indicate the direction to the free-parking areas and entry points for the public to the bitches. The hotels and resorts at Kaanapali beach are:
- Westin Maui Resort and Spa;
- Kaanapali Beach hotel;
- Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa;
- Aston at the Whaler on Kaanapali Beach;
- Kaanapali Alii;
- Outrigger Maui Eldorado.
The main free amenities available at the beach are:
The most suitable fun activities are:
- taking Strolls;
- watching the Sunset.