Scenery was good. Darker sand, pretty rocks on each end. Chairs and umbrella cost us $40 total for two people. No food around though. Parking was ok.
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Good view with many hotels nearby. Sand is not as good/soft as Makena and Kamaole beaches. Waves are not as big as Mekana.
Wailea is a great little beach on the southern end of Maui. It is right off of several of the higher-end luxury properties, including the Four Seasons, Grand Wailea, and it's a stone's throw from the Fairmont Kea Lani. The beach is soft sand and...More
King tide in May of 2017 was fun to say we experienced. Beach was sandy- easy to walk on. Not many shells. Easy tide to play in. Calmer in the morning.
We went to Ulua Beach in Wailea 3 times on our 2 week stay. While the beach is rather small it is very nice with mild waves. It'll also popular with snorkelers and scuba divers. The only downside is parking is very limited especially in...More