Hamoa Beach, Maui
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Hamoa Beach is located in Maui. To visit Hamoa Beach on your trip to Hana, use our Hana itinerary planner.
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My husband and I visited Hamoa at about 8:30 in the morning on our anniversary and were delighted to be the only ones there! It was cloudy and the water was too rough for swimming but the beach was st... read more »
this is my favorite beach of all time - pristine unpolluted natural, calming warm BUT can be rough intimidating, dangerous and deadly. There are no lifeguards!! Know that you are on your own when swim... read more »
Stayed in Hana 3 nights so we could experience the great natural attractions at the end that we couldn’t do when we did “the drive” 20 years ago. This time we had our 13 & 15 year old sons. We have tr... read more »
One of my favorite beaches on the island. The colors of the sand and clear water are very unique and the trade winds often bring some fun and sometimes big shore break. Family friendly and a mix of locals and tourist.
Stunning views, located on the less populated side of the island. Has big waves for body surfing most times of the year. Met an amazing woman here, she is multigenerations in the area, loves to swim in the moonlight here, such a deep connection to the place and the sea and an incredible spirit. This whole area had a feeling of health and depth from the moment we stepped onto the beach off the road to Hana, we did find a parking spot and spent a couple hours here before heading five minutes further down the road to the falls and pools ... then after an hour we followed the Hana Road around the south end of the island to catch sunset over the Pacific. A profoundly healing and beautiful day.
How can a small beach be so awesome? Great surf, fun to boogie board, ample opportunity for shade, restrooms provided. Watch your young ones if the surf is up.
Probably the largest beach on the East side of Maui. Be sure to park your car completely off the road, or risk a ticket from the MPD
Kevin C. Burns
Favorite beach of the 10 or so beaches we visited on Maui. The eastern facing shore allows for the summer trade winds (easterlies) to create some good bodysurfing waves. All sand on the beach with no rocks to be concerned about. We loved it though parking can be a challenge
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