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Black Rock Beach

Kaanapali, HI 96761

(808) 464-0840
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Sunday
00:00 am - : am
* All Times in HST
On the West side of Maui, Black Rock is a geographic location that divides Ka`anapali beach in half. Also known as Pu`u Keka`a this is a large lava rock wh

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  • Bob Thompson · February 05, 2021

    Interesting ceremony is performed here every evening- the lighting of the Tiki Torches. We watched this several times.

    Black Rock Beach has tons of beautiful fish to view and snorkel with. I followed a
    gorgeous Angelfish here for quite awhile.


  • James Holland · February 06, 2021

    Very nice place to come to see the sea turtles, go for snorkeling and swimming and the cliffs made up of old lava rocks are so much fun to jump off of and into the ocean. Can get crowded at times here, but there is still always enough room to have fun without being disturbed


  • Kosta Kenopoulos · February 17, 2021

    The best beach on all of Maui, in my opinion. The closer you get to Black Rock, the more protected the water is on most days. You can lay on the beach (get's pretty busy down by the rock), swim, snorkel, jump off the rock -- it's the perfect spot. Free beach parking is pretty tough to come across. Paid parking at Whaler's Village is available along with free beach parking closer to the Westin / Marriott / Hyatt if you want to walk a little longer to save some money.


  • Kelsie Larson · February 24, 2021

    Gorgeous! Cliff jumping was amazing! I’d recommend wearing water shoes for climbing up the rocks.


  • Mariah Zennn · March 05, 2021

    Such a beautiful beach ! Bring snorkeling gear I saw sea turtle the first day I went🙏🥺

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