Black Rock, Maui
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Jutting out into the ocean and full of crevices for sea life, Black Rock on Kaanapali Beach is one of Maui's premier snorkeling sites. Surrounded by miles of smooth white sand and blue water, the volcanic lava spit is the only one of its kind on the island. The water around the rocks reaches a depth of 7.5 m (25 ft) in some places and houses an array of marine life, including colorful parrotfish, crabs, sea turtles, and others. Strap on your mask, don your flippers, and explore the underwater environment. Though much of the surrounding beach is bordered by upscale hotels, you can get down to the rocks via public access pathways. Keep in mind that there are no restrooms at the beach, but there are public showers. Put Black Rock and other Ka'anapali attractions into our Ka'anapali vacation route planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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If you're staying within the Ka'anapali resort area, Blackrock is a walk away. For starters, we arrived here at around 7:30AM, and there were a good amount of people set up here and a bunch of snorkel... read more »
All the signs say no but listen to me it is worth it. You'll see other people climbing up and jumping off. It's about a 25' jump in to pretty deep crystal clear water. The lava rocks are sharp so try ... read more »
one of the best place's to see turtles , park at the Sheraton and walk through the well manicured grounds to the beach ,not much shade but the water was calm and clear and lots of fish and turtles alo... read more »
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