It’s no secret that Maui is a popular travel destination. Conde Naste Traveler has ranked it as the number one island in the world an astounding 19 years in a row, it’s one of the world’s hottest honeymoon destinations, and it sees arrivals of over 2 million visitors annually. Without mincing words too much, people from all over the world simply love visiting Maui, and one of the reasons is because of the beaches. Numerous, spread out, and occasionally undeveloped, many of Maui’s beaches have been awarded the title of “Best Beach in America”.
Due to the popularity of the recent post on the empty beaches of Moloka’i, here is a quick photo rundown of 11 of Maui’s Best Beaches.
Ka’anapali BeachPhoto Credit: gus_the_mouse on Flickr
D.T. Fleming BeachPhoto Credit: courtney_80 on Flickr
Baldwin BeachPhoto Credit: Heather Ellison
Ulua BeachPhoto Credit: Allie_Caulfield on Flickr
Hamoa BeachPhoto Credit: Heather Ellison
Napili BayPhoto Credit: Hawaii Savvy on Flickr
Kapalua Baycaption=Photo Credit: Hawaii Savvy on Flickr
Keawakapu BeachPhoto Credit: Kyle the Vagabond
Maluaka BeachPhoto Credit: Lance Shields on Flickr
Kahekili Beach ParkPhoto Credit: Kyle the Vagabond
While there is no denying the beauty of the beaches, Maui in recent months has almost been getting too popular. Rental cars can be booked months in advance, restaurants have lines out the door, and accommodations during some of the peak season times are getting tougher and tougher to come by. For anyone planning a visit to the island and looking for Maui vacation rentals, it’s becoming more imperative and popular to use third-party booking sites that help you find the right room at the right price. One such application is FlipKey, a site which is tied in with TripAdvisor to help you choose the room that’s going to best suit your vacation.
Using these booking sites can help take the hassle out of vacation planning and leave more time for the more important decisions, like which beach should you go to today…