Things to do in Ka'anapali

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    Black Rock

    40 reviews

    Black Rock is a fantastic snorkeling destination. There is also a great place to enjoy some cliff diving, which is generally very safe. Sea turtles are almost always guaranteed when snorkeling, and there are some nearby amenities (bathrooms, shops, restaurants) at the hotels nearby.

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  • 2

    Kaanapali Golf Courses

    11 reviews

    This is as close as you can get to an "on-property" golf course since the lower course plays right in front of all the luxury hotels, The Marriottt Maui Ocean Club Included. That being said, we prefer the upper course for all of its spectacular views. Very reasonable prices, especially in late afternoon.

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  • 3

    Kahekili Highway

    3 reviews

    Less crowded and not as famous as the Road to Hana, this scenic drive winds around the back side of West Maui, starting from Honolua Bay (snorkeling, surfing) and passing by viewpoints, hiking trailheads, small towns and roadside food stands. It'll only take you a couple of hours, and the easiest way is to drive north to south, so you're ...

  • 4

    Skyline Eco-Adventures Kaanapali

    2 reviews

    So glad I finally got to do this! This review is a year late, but still worth writing. We had booked to go zip-lining early on in the week, but with bad weather, our reservations got cancelled. But the bf and I didn't let bad weather get in our way. We extended our trip and booked again, this time getting ...

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  • 5

    Tiki Bar at Ka'anapali Beach Hotel

    1 review

    Want to try the best mai tai on Maui made by one of the coolest bartenders? Uncle Dale has been serving up mai tais and other delicious and awesome drinks for over 40 years! Tiki Bar has live music nightly and draws a good mixed crowd. Come try a drink by Uncle Dale, enjoy the music, and try to hula ...

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    Honokowai Valley

    1 review

    Beyond the pineapple and sugarcane fields, deep in the Valley Isle, is Honokowai Valley, where an estimated 600 Hawaiian families once thrived, ancient rock walls surrounding house sites and taro patches still stand proud. Some native and endemic plants are thriving. The rich Hawaiian history that permeates daily life on Maui has its roots here in this Valley. Maui Cultural ...

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  • 7


    1 review

    Another day drive around west Maui to the little town of Kahakuloa. Pack a lunch. You can start the drive from Lahaina or Kahului

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