Kapalua Vacations & Travel Packages!
A census designated place (CDP) in Maui County of Hawaii in the USA, Kapalua is located along the northwest coast of Maui along the Honoapi'ilani Highway. Loosely translated to 'arms embracing the sea', Kapalua is one of the premier resort areas of Maui. The city lies at the foot of the verdant West Maui Mountains. The beautiful shoreline of Kapalua is line with five bays and three lovely beaches. This magnificent area, nestled amongst Cook Pines and enclosed by several acres of pineapples, is an ideal gateway to get indulged in the lavish side of Maui.
Places of Interest in Kapalua
A sheltered white sand beach located on the northwest side of Maui, Kapalua Bay is protected by two reefs extending out on both ends creating a C-shaped cove. This bay is ideal for snorkeling. The beach is fairy popular for its serene and picturesque beauty. The calm water of bay makes it one of the ideal places for novice snorkeling as well. The bay overlooks the soft and tranquil water at the beach.
A golf and beach resort in Kapalua, Kapalua Resort is located on the northwestern shore of the Maui Island. The resort boasts two golf courses: The Plantation Course and the Bay Course. Kapalua Resort is set in the midst of two nature preserves. There are three beaches in proximity to the resort. In the resort, there are the 5-acre Kapalua Spa, and an assortment of shops and restaurants.
D.T. Fleming Beach Park
A public beach in the northwest region of Maui, D.T. Fleming Beach Park is a wonderful place to visit for nature lovers. It is a long and beautiful beach backed by ironwood trees. This beach park is next to Kapalua Resort and Ritz Carlton. Tourists can enjoy the nature's beauty with family. One can bask on the sand and relish the serenity if he/she visits the beach park on weekdays and weekends can be crowded here.
A land Mass on the eastern edge of the northern tip of Maui Island, Nakalele Point is in proximity to Kapalua. The point is located just east of Poela Bay. Nakalele Point is famed for a blowhole producing powerful geyser-like water spouts with tides and waves.