Some of the best beaches in Maui boast pristine white sands while others are made of mesmerizing black sand that results from lava rock. Whether you prefer to stay at a beachfront resort or camp out in the hills, Maui’s beaches—80 to be precise, 30 miles in total—are open for discovery. Even coastlines that seem exclusive to resorts have public access points, so... dive in!
Retrace the footsteps of Maui’s royalty, wander through lava tubes or fine tune your water sport of choice. Some things to do while visiting these awesome destinations: pack a picnic of fresh food made at the best restaurants on the island, bring along a few beers from the top local breweries, catch a luau or simply soak up the sunshine. You’re in for a guaranteed amazing time.
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