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Maui Beach Guide

Listing of Beautiful Maui Hawaii Beaches
including beach descriptions and facilities

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With 120 miles of coastline, the island of Maui claims more than 30 miles of gorgeous beaches with golden to red to black sand. There are beaches to satisfy everyone’s styles; undeveloped sandy beaches (Big Beach), family beaches (Kamaole), a couple of nude beaches (Little Beach and Red Sand Beach), and highly developed beaches lined with hotels (Ka’anapali Beach). Maui holds two of the world's best windsurfing beaches, Kanaha Beach Park and Ho'okipa Beach Park.

The list of things to do on Maui is endless  but the most popular attraction has always been the long stretches of fabulous, easily accessed white sand beaches with easy whale watching from shore and many choices of water sports.

Enjoy your time on the beach in Maui whether it be frolicking, swimming, going for a romantic walk, or building sand castles!

Select a region below for a complete list of Maui beaches or
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Northeast & Central Maui Beaches

Northwest Maui Beaches

South Maui Beaches

Southwest Maui Beaches






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Maui Beach Safety

Note: Maui’s beaches are beautiful but often dangerous. To be informed of potential hazards before visiting Maui, please see the Hawaii Lifeguards' site at http://www.aloha.com/~lifeguards/hazards1.html.

When visiting the beach, please follow these Basic Ocean Safety Tips provided by the lifeguards:
Swim in Lifeguarded Areas
Ask a Lifeguard About Beach and Surf Conditions Before Swimming
Never Swim Alone & Always Watch Your Children
Don't Dive Into Unknown Water or Into Shallow Breaking Waves
If You Are Unable to Swim Out of a Strong Current, Signal for Help
Rely on Your Swimming Ability Rather Than a Flotation Device
Look For, Read and Obey All Beach Safety Signs and Symbols

In addition, take the advice of old Hawaiians:
Don’t turn your back to the ocean!


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