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We’ve been coming back to this beach for 8 years. I wouldn’t want to stay anywhere else. Lots of turtles near black rock but one also swam by me way up by the Westin. Perfect waves for floating and still fun for boogie boarding with...More
you don't have to stay in one of the hotels or condos. Thankfully ALL beaches are open to the public. Stroll from the Hyatt to the Sheraton on the board walk. If you have enough energy you can keep going beyond that all the way...More
The section of this beach that was in front of where we stayed was very nice and never very crowded. The sand was a little coarser than at some other beaches we've been to, but the water was crystal clear. The water was a little...More
Our resort (Marriott Maui Ocean Club) was tight on this beach so we spent quite a bit of time on this beach. It is massive, with many busy resorts backing on to it. That said, the beach never felt crowded and there was always plenty...More
Response from tspencer9 | Reviewed this property |
Honestly, I’ve taken a snorkeling trip and I didn’t enjoy it.... I felt like most of the tour was just time spent on the boat and the actual snorkeling was minimal. I found we saw everything right off the beach! Try... More
Honestly, I’ve taken a snorkeling trip and I didn’t enjoy it.... I felt like most of the tour was just time spent on the boat and the actual snorkeling was minimal. I found we saw everything right off the beach! Try Kapalua Bay or Kameole III! Loved both of these and saw huge turtles!
Response from minniem102 | Reviewed this property |
Only one road and I'd highly recommend leaving early, taking drinks/snacks (or even pack a lunch), and stopping when you can. My husband suffers from motion sickness and he drove. We took our time and stopped occasionally... More
Only one road and I'd highly recommend leaving early, taking drinks/snacks (or even pack a lunch), and stopping when you can. My husband suffers from motion sickness and he drove. We took our time and stopped occasionally to sight-see. It helped that he was driving also, rather than riding. Go slowly (for safety reasons as well). We got to Charles Lindberg's grave-site where most people turn and go back because the road gets tighter and rougher in places, but we continued on around the southern end of the island. We did not have any problems but drove cautiously especially around corners. It was beautiful. I recommend that you give it a try. If it bothers you, you can always stop and go back. But again, if you drive slowly (which you really have to anyway) and stop frequently, get out and walk a bit from time to time, you should be fine.