Polo Beach

Here are a few photos from my scout of Polo Beach in Wailea. It’s an excellent beach park that has amenities, showers, and the best part – you can use the Fairmont Kea Lani’s beach chairs even if you’re not a guest! Also, take my advice and go exploring around this beach. Go for a […]

Wailea Beach Video Guide

If you had to categorize Wailea Beach, it would probably be called a ‘resort beach’ since it’s surrounded by the Four Seasons and Grand Wailea, with the Wailea Beach Marriot close by. And most of the beachgoers here are probably staying at one of those resorts. But that shouldn’t take away from the fact that […]

Kapalua Beach Video Guide

Perfect for snorkeling, sightseeing, and sunbathing – Kapalua Beach has it all. It’s one of the most popular beaches in West Maui, and it’s right smack in the middle of several resorts, making it easily accessible. There’s a snorkel rental shack on the north end of the beach for easy access to equipment. And since […]

Unknown Olowalu Beach

Some of the best beaches are the ones you just stumble upon. This is a perfect example. It’s a beach that I can’t find the name of, near the tiny town of Olowalu on Maui’s west side. So for lack of an official name, let’s honor Olowolu by naming this one Chez’s Beach. And if […]

Napili Bay Pictoral

Here’s some photos of Napili Bay and Napili Beach in West Maui. It’s one of the best beaches on this side of the island, and is surrounded by some key points of interest. First, the world famous Gazebo Restaurant is on the bay’s south end. It a no-frills kind of diner right on the oceanfront […]

Keawanaku Beach

This is Keawanaku Beach, located in the lava fields of South Maui. It’s only accessible by boat or hike. The hike will take you through beautiful La Perouse Bay along the King’s Highway trail where you’ll traverse through the unforgiving lava fields that were made during Maui’s last known eruption. People lived among the rocks […]