Pre-Plan Snorkeling Maui - Maui Snorkeling Spots and Beaches
Updated: Apr 24
Your Dream Vacation on Maui is around the corner and you have no idea where the beaches and snorkeling spots are and there are many to choose from.
Maui aka the Valley Isle is one of the most visited islands in the world and has been voted the “Best Island in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler magazine. It’s easy to see why with over 30 miles of sandy beaches and many snorkel reef spots. The island of Maui actually has the most sandy and snorkeling beaches of all the Hawaiian islands. The warm air and water temperatures make it a true paradise year round.
Snorkeling Maui you have a great opportunity see a variety of reef fish as well as sea turtles, eels, manta rays, eagle rays, spinner dolphins, dragon fish, Humuhumunukunukuapua`a (Hawaii State Fish), butterfly fish, parrot fish, and over 20 more reef fish.
One of the most magical Maui moments is Humpback Whale season and seeing the whales breaching and just having fun after their long trip from Alaska. By far one of the best experiences is to be snorkeling and hear the whales singing underwater.
Most tourists plan ahead for the many Maui attractions like Haleakala Sunrise, Road to Hana, World Famous Aunty Sandy’s Banana Bread, Snorkel Tour to Molokini Island, Jaws, Surfing, Molokini, Kitesurfing, Foiling, Wing Foiling, Windsurfing, Hiking Makawao Forest, Searching for the elusive Hawaiian Bigfoot aka Maui Skunk Ape, La Perouse King’s Trail, Shopping Front Street Lahaina, Wailea, Kihei, Wailuku, Golfing Ka’anapali, and Napili.
Well, most visitors don’t realize that they can Preplan their Beach & Snorkel Days with our Maui Snorkeling Guide Smartphone Mobile App. It has all the best beaches and snorkel spots, beach pictures, aerial pics of each reef, driving directions, parking info, shower and restroom info, local knowledge, Hawaiiana videos and a local pictorial reef fish guide.
Be Your Own Snorkel Guide and save time by planning your Maui adventure.
Maui no Ka ‘Oi - Maui is the Best
Aloha Nui Loa (With Much Love)