With the warm, welcoming aloha spirit of its people, glimpses of Old Hawaii along the undeveloped Road to Hana, mountains, lush valleys, a U.S. National Park, top golf courses, top resorts, and amazing farm-to-table food, it’s seemingly got it all in one small island.
When you think of Hawaii, miles of white sand, crystal clear waters, and palm tree-lined coastline come to mind. Well, that’s what you’ll find on Kāʻanapali Beach, arguably the island’s most popular and beloved beach, first by The Hawaiian Royal Family and later by tourists.
Named for the rolling hills surrounding it, the mountain and ocean views are equally stunning. Once you’ve been here, you’ll see why it was the location of the island’s first master-planned resort area.
As you explore the beauty of Maui and Kāʻanapali please respect the unique culture of the Hawaii people and their deep connection and protection of their ʻĀina (land).Here' our picks for the best things to do there.
Cliff Jumping at Black RockWhen reaching the top of Black Rock, you can jump down, or cliff dive, into the ocean below. Make sure to wear swim shoes while hiking up, so you don’t cut your feet on the jagged rock.