When the world wants to play, they go to
A mile of beautiful white sand and crystal clear water make up this near perfect place known as Ka’anapali Beach.
One of most famous attractions at Ka'anapali Beach is Puu Kekaa or Black Rock. Both locals and adventure seeking tourist take turns piercing the water from 10 meters above. Snorkelers are also drawn to this area for the countless reef fish, turtles and other sea life swimming among the rocky area below the ocean’s surface. Kaanapali also has two championship golf courses and several restaurants and world-class shopping in Whalers Village along the beach.
Maui is always warm in the winter and not too hot in the summer. The warmest month is September with an average temperature of 85 degrees Fahrenheit, while the coolest month is February with an average temperature of 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures between night and day may vary up to 14 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer , and 13 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter.
The area’s average rainfall is near 22 Inches a year. For the most part, you will find showers throughout the year with the wettest month of the year being January when you can expect an average of 4 Inches of rain. Maui just might have the best climate in the world!
The beach drops off quickly so be careful when the surf is up. When the water is calm, this is a great beach for snorkeling, swimming and bodyboarding.