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Top 3 Beaches in Kihei: A Guide to Beaches in Kihei

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Kihei has one of the best beaches in the world. Beaches are found worldwide. Almost every country on the coast has some lovely beaches to enjoy, yet, due to beauty, comfort and local attractions, some of the seaside sights of the world are far more popular than others. Certain beaches are too rocky and rugged to be appropriate for enjoyable activities such as sunbathing and swimming, which is why many people travel to tropical locales and paradisiacal islands to experience the sights and sounds of the world’s most beautiful beaches. And if you’re looking to see some of the most beautiful beaches, Hawaii is the place to go.

Mai Poina’Oe Ia’u Beach Park

This beach is located in the north part of the Kihei district and is very long and spacious, especially popular at any time of the year for windsurfing and surfing. Become a great space for couples to take romantic walks or sit down to watch the sun go down at night on this Kihei beach and it’s a lovely place for family to picnic and beach activities.


It’s a popular beach but it’s not too busy or too bruised and it might be fun to just sit down on the sand to watch the waves surfing. When it comes to waves they can get rather big and turbulent in this place, thus it is best suited for water activities, without swimming or snorkeling.

Waiohuli Beach

Kihei is a highly popular area in Hawaii, so many people can travel here at all times of the year and in the large tourist destinations, they can get occasionally rather noisy and busy. Some people will not care about the crowds, but if you ever want to escape out of the sound and enjoy pure serenity and quiet at the beach of Kihei, the place to go is Waiohuli Beach. This is one of the best-kept secrets in the area, with just locals and a few tourists who really know the presence of this beach.

Despite the fact that it is a little beach, it is never overly busy or noisy, and it is a pleasant private area to spend some time with your friends, family, or that important someone in your life while listening to the waves and breeze flowing by. The choppy, shallow seas make swimming and snorkeling difficult here, but if you’re looking to unwind, Waiohuli Beach should be high on your list of things to do in Hawaii.

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Kalepolepo Beach Park

If you appreciate wildlife or environment, Kalepolepo Beach Park is the greatest place to enjoy Kihei Beach. This beach is part of the Humpback Whale National Marina Sanctuary of the Hawaiian Islands which means that the visitors to the beach will find some lucky whales.

Although you may not see the whales, a remarkable characteristic of this beach is the existence of a historic fish pool that was used as a monarchy for numerous centuries. Local volunteers have restored and maintained the pool and are supplied with natural thermal sources, creating a pleasant, safe little swelling area ideal for young children’s families. Around this beach, you’ll also find a few informative plaques and posts that can help you understand more about the history and culture of the area.

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