When you choose our Maui vacation rentals, you will be staying at iconic Kaanapali Beach just north of Lahaina. From your fabulous oceanfront lanai at Maui Kai Resort, enjoy endless views and the most spectacular Maui sunsets every night. Stretching three miles long, Kaanapali is one of the most prominent Maui beaches on our island and a frequent winner of best beaches in the USA.
Things to do at Kaanapali Beach.
Swim in crystal clear water. Walk along the popular boardwalk. Shop at Whalers Village for all your needs and visit their whaling museum. Snorkel at Black Rock and come back later to watch the daily sunset cliff diving ceremony there. Take a dinner cruise or dine out at many fine restaurants. Be challenged on two championship Maui golf courses during your stay at our Maui vacation rentals.
Stop at the Maui Kai front desk for more information on all these Maui activities and more. Your Maui vacation is our top priority and serving you with Aloha is our pleasure.
History of Kaanapali Beach.
Kaanapali is steeped in Maui history. A walking trail provides a glimpse into Kaanapali’s history and legends highlighting ten points of interest. This two hour self-guided tour starts at the Plantation Farm and Ancient Village of Kekaa. It includes a lava rock Heiau, the Kekaa Landing Pier which served in Maui’s sugar industry, a lava rock sacred promontory known as Puu Kekaa, and the Koko O Na Moku Track where Hawaiian royalty and workers enjoyed horse racing.
Where to Park at Kaanapali Beach.
There are a handful of small public lots between the beach and Kaanapali Parkway. Look for beach access signs. Parking is also available at Whalers Village which offers six free hours with a minimum purchase and $3 per half hour thereafter.
To plan your Maui vacation, call our reservation office at 1-800-367-5635 or book online at Maui Kai.