Description of Chang’s Beach:  Chang’s Beach is a small sandy beach located in Makena. It is backdropped by a number of luxury homes and condo units. This beach is also known as Ulupikanui. Ulupikanui is a Hawaiian word meaning large fig tree. This refers to a large fig tree that existed on the cliff but has since been developed. The beach’s current name is from the Chang Family. The Changs owned and farmed the nearby lands here. The beach is one of the least crowded beaches in the area. During the high tides, this beach is swarmed by body boarders. The large shore break is perfect for them. When the water is calm, this place is perfect for snorkeling and scuba divers. Five Graves is a famous snorkeling spot here. For advanced scuba divers, they can try going into the numerous underwater caves. However, extreme caution should be exercised here.

Beach Length: .
Beach Type: Fine Sand.
Bottom Type: Sandy.
Is there a lifeguard? No, there is no lifeguard at this beach..
Facilities: Beach, Free Parking, Restrooms.
Hazards: Large Shorebreak.
Beach Access: Dirt Trail.
Parking: .
How hard is it to get there? Easy.
What is this beach best for? Body Boarding, Body Surfing, SCUBA Diving, Snorkeling.
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 Chang’s Beach

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

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