Snorkeling at Baby Beach in Lahaina

On the west side of Maui, not far from downtown Lahaina, is a pristine beach with calm waves and a long stretch of stunning coral reef. This beach’s name explains it all! Baby Beach is renowned as one of the best snorkel spots on Maui where parents can take their young children for their first experiences in the sea.

Snorkeling at Po’olenalena Beach

This beach is popular thanks to its long, picturesque stretch of sand- about two-thirds of a mile in length- that provides ample space for beach games, fishing, lounging, and body boarding. Below the ocean surface, this beach is touted for the bustling lava reefs at both the north and south end. Green sea turtles and plenty of local Hawaiian fish frequent these flourishing coral formations that are easy to explore with a good snorkel, mask and set of fins. 

Snorkeling at Maluaka Beach

If you’re searching for a beginner friendly underwater adventure at one of the best access points to beautiful marine life on Maui, then snorkeling at Maluaka beach should be at the very top of your list! The reef system here is rich and diverse, and the beach has quiet, clear waters that are ideal for all abilities.

Snorkeling at Olowalu

Located just off the highway on the way to Lahaina, is one of the best snorkeling locations on Maui. Here you’ll find over 100 acres of beautiful white sand beaches, stunning coral reefs, and abundant marine life. Olowalu is known as Maui’s biggest and most thriving coral reef system. It is home to a plethora of different marine animals, including fish, green sea turtles, manta rays, eels, and even (friendly) black-tip reef sharks.

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