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Maui Beaches - Kamaole Beach Park #1

What could generally be considered the first of the truly beautiful South Maui Beaches as you work your way south from North Kihei is Kamaole Beach Park #1 which is the first of the triad of beaches known as Kamaole Beach Parks #1,#2 and #3. This is the part of the southern coastline of Maui that starts to have the exotic and beautiful white sand..

Maui Beaches - Kamaole Beach Park #2

Kamaole Beach Park #2 is the middle beach in the triad of beautiful white-sand beaches in central Kihei known as the Kamaole beaches. The characteristics of Kamaole 2 are very similar to those of Kamaole 1. It is just short of a third of a mile in length from tip to tip, it has a sand bottom except at the edges of its crescent, it is good for..

Maui Beaches - Kamaole Beach Park #3

Of all three of the beaches that make up the triad of Kamaole Beach Parks in Kihei, Kamaole Beach Park #3 is the one that is the most different. The beach here is beautiful as well as the others but it is much smaller. It also has rock promontories on either end that can provide an interesting walk. The beach has the appearance of being much..

Maui Beaches - Keawakapu Beach

Keawakapu Beach in Kihei is an enormous beach stretching approximately one mile from tip to tip. It is so large in fact that there are three separate points of entry where you can park and then walk to the beach. The north and the south ends of Keawakapu are generally the most populated areas in terms of beachgoers. The middle entrance is..

Travel Blog Articles - All - Blue Water Rafting Kanaio Coast

The Kanaio Coastline is one of the jewels of the Southern Side of Maui. This area has been a longtime favorite spot for many of Maui's shore fisherman because of the large amount of pelagic fish that reside here feeding on the abundant populations of reef fish. Blue Water Rafting offers trips to this area that depart from the Kihei Boat Ramp..

Travel Blog Articles - All - Molokini Snorkeling With Seafire

Today we departed from the Kihei Boat Ramp to the island of Molokini aboard the "Seafire". Once onboard, the powerful twin motors of the "Seafire" got us to Molokini very quickly. Once there we easily entered the water using the swim step on the back of the boat. Once in the water I was able to find a variety of fish and sea..