Description of Honolua Bay:  The Honolua Bay is part of a marine preserve located on the north-western tip of the island of Maui. This beach is good for different things depending on the season. During the winter months, this beach turns into the perfect surfing location. With huge waves rolling in, only the best surfers should try it here. It isn’t common for a surfer to get knocked out when they hit the rocks and drown. During the summer months, this is a perfect place for snorkeling and scuba diving although you might need to swim out more.

Beach Length: Approximately 2900 Feet .

Beach Type: Rocky.

Bottom Type: Reef.

Is there a lifeguard? No, there is no lifeguard at this beach.

Facilities: Free Parking.

Hazards: Large Shorebreak, Large Surf, Partially Buried Rocks, Strong Currents.

Beach Access: Dirt Trail.

Parking: Dirt, Free Parking.

How hard is it to get there? Easy.

What is this beach best for? SCUBA Diving, Snorkeling, Surfing.

Beach Schedule:

Monday: 7AM-7PM
Tuesday: 7AM-7PM
Wednesday: 7AM-7PM
Thursday: 7AM-7PM
Friday: 7AM-7PM
Saturday: 7AM-7PM
Sunday: 7AM-7PM.

How to get to Honolua Bay

Jeremy Stice is the Author of the Maui Real Estate Guidebook.

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