Kapalua Travel Guide
Welcome to Kapalua!
Surrounded by the West Maui rainforest, this resort community celebrates the environment and advocates for ongoing protection of the distinct landscapes of Hawaii. World-class beaches, including Kapalua Beach are breathtaking, with brilliantly flecked coral, marine life, and lava formations. Pu—u Kukui Preserve, the largest of its kind in Hawaii, is home to rare snails, and plant life unique to the reserve. The Maui Pineapple Company cultivates 4,000 acres (1,619 ha) of land, growing world famous fruit for islanders and also exports through their website. In addition, they are the stewards of the Kapalua Resort, which is home to bird sanctuaries and surrounded by protected rainforests. The climate is balmy and tropical and visitors from around the world flock to this island sanctuary. D.T. Fleming Beach is ideal for boogie boarding, surfing, or just sunning on the pristine white sand.
This nature reserve sprawls across 9,881 acres (3,998 hectares) of West Maui.
Hotels & Motels
Surrounded by three golf courses and a historic pineapple plantation, The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua is a premier Hawaii resort.
Daily hiking adventures on private property, including tropical rainforest hikes, hike/kayak combinations and crater hikes.