Top ChoiceBeach in Kapalua & Northern Beaches

Kapalua Beach

For a long day on the beach, it’s hard to beat this crescent-shaped strip at the southwestern tip of Kapalua. Snorkel in the morning, grab lunch at the Sea House, try stand up paddle surfing, then sip cocktails...

Natural Feature in Kapalua & Northern Beaches

Makaluapuna Point

Razor-sharp spikes crown rocky Makaluapuna Point, known informally by the nickname Dragon’s Teeth. The formation does look uncannily like the mouth of an imaginary dragon. The 3ft-high spikes are the work of...

Beach in Kapalua & Northern Beaches

DT Fleming Beach Park

Surrounded by ironwood trees and backed by an old one-room schoolhouse, this sandy crescent looks like an outpost from another era. In keeping with its Hawaiian nature, the beach is the domain of wave riders....

Bay in Kapalua & Northern Beaches

Honolua Bay

Honolua Bay is an advanced surfer’s dream. It faces northwest and when it catches the winter swells it has some of the gnarliest surfing in the world.

Beach in Kapalua & Northern Beaches

Oneloa Beach

Also known as Ironwoods Beach, this white-sand jewel is fringed by low sand dunes covered in beach morning glory. It's a picturesque place to soak up the rays. On calm days, swimming is good close to shore, as is...

Beach in Kapalua & Northern Beaches

Mokuleʻia Beach

Also known as Slaughterhouse Beach, this cove is excellent for snorkeling, and is a top-rated bodysurfing spot during the summer. Its attractive white-sand crescent is good for sunbathing and beachcombing – look...

Ruins in Kapalua & Northern Beaches

Honokahua Burial Site

This site is of cultural significance to Native Hawaiians and is off-limits to the general public.There are an estimated 2000 Hawaiians laid to rest here, dating back to 610 CE. The burial site is covered with...