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Maui Beaches

Things to consider when going to the beach

When heading out for a beach day, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind and prepare for. Make sure you bring plenty of water, snacks, sunscreen (the reef-safe kind of course!) towels, and any gear you’ll need for snorkeling or building a sandcastle masterpiece. Having enough water is one of the most important components of a successful day at the beach. The sun in Hawaii may be stronger than you’re used to, so stay hydrated and if you don’t have an umbrella or tent, try to find a well-shaded spot to set up camp. Take into consideration what might be going on in the area, such as holidays, festivals or special events that may overcrowd the beach and make parking more difficult! If it’s your first time at the location, try to do a little bit of research beforehand. It’s easy to find information like weather and windspeed with a simple web search and it will probably impact what time of day you decide to go. Windspeeds tend to be lower in the earlier hours, peak during midday and gradually drop back down as the afternoon progresses, so aim for either early morning or sunset to catch the best conditions. Your search will also tell you about what amenities the location may or may not have, such as water fountains, showers, bathrooms or nearby food options. Upon arriving at your beach of choice, look for things that could either prevent an accident or be helpful in the case of an emergency. For example: is there a lifeguard on-duty? Are there any signs posted indicating a rip-current or rough conditions? If there isn’t a lifeguard, be sure you’re making safe choices when in the ocean. Never turn your back to the waves for long and always keep an eye on a landmark so you will know immediately if you’re being swept away by a strong current. If you’re with children, always have an adult supervising and make sure any weak swimmers stay within a comfortable distance. The ocean is very powerful and unpredictable, so always be respectful and never underestimate her strength. Make sure to locate any bins for trash and recycling, and if you can’t find any close by, keep your items secure from any wind until you have the opportunity to responsibly dispose of them. Always leave the beach as you found it or better! If you see trash, even if it isn’t yours, try to pick it up so that it doesn’t end up in the ocean or an animal’s stomach. Respect our beautiful natural environment or “malama ‘aina”; take care of the land!
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Happy Customers

Road to Hana

It was an epic road trip. We got a camper van. We drove on the road to Hana with no issues, camped in the rain, camped in the wind, by the beach, under streetlights and in the middle of nowhere. We loved exploring the road to Hana at a much slower pace. This was an incredible experience. Thanks, Aloha!

Sea Escape Maui Boat Rental

“Yeah, perfect day, we saw two big humpback whales, thousands of fishes, turtles, the cliffs and much more! We were able to see 150 meters down in the sea. All in all, it was an awesome experience, without any ripple out there. It could not be any better!”

Sea Escape Maui Boat Rental

We went to the south east side. Then we went to Molokini. We saw a 5-feet white shark. Water clarity was amazing. Then we just cruised around. We also caught a couple of fishes. It was a great experience all around! Thanks!”

Sea Escape Maui Boat Rental

“Well! We took the kids to Molokini, we did Snorkeling, and we were lucky to see some whales. The boat was wonderful to drive, this is our third time with your service, and we will try to be back.”

Sea Escape Maui Boat Rental – Captain Steve!

Caroline and Sabastian

Caroline and Sabastian

“Well what can I say about the trip of a lifetime? We got engaged. We spent a magical time at a National Park. Aloha Outdoors was totally cool and showed me everything. We spent less for a home and car than anyone could manage with a hotel and rental car.”

Joel and Tanya

Joel and Tanya

“Being able to rent the camper van for a full 10 days made our Maui experience so much more!! In fact I have sent dozens of people your way already, so expect a few more people from Juneau Alaska! Thank you sooo very much it was the best way to travel! Oh, and keep the extra food and drinks!”

Sally, Sarah, and Suzan

Sally, Sarah, and Suzan

“We rented a camper for my fiancé’s birthday and had a such a great and memorable experience! What a beautiful and unique way to see the island. Our friends rented a second van a we toured the island as a group. It was an opportunity of a lifetime on a minimal budget. Thanks Aloha Outdoors.”

Lonnie S.

Lonnie S.

What a great time on the water, the boat was fantastic and ran flawlessly. They gave us great instructions and recommendations on where to go. We went to Molokini crater and did some snorkeling, fun time and beautiful fish galore. Then on the way to turtle town the Humpback whales put on a show of a lifetime. I just love the whales and dolphins. How incredible to see them breach so close. Nothing better than having your own boat and the freedom to go where you want and when you want. 5 Hours was just the perfect amount of time.

Cory S.

Cory S.

Just got done with the boat rental from a few hours ago. In a word, AWESOME! We started at 6am so we beat the crowds for snorkeling at Molokini, then just cruised around looking for whales. We saw at least 10, with a few of them fairly close. I will recommend this to anyone coming to Maui. The staff was great at setting us up and made it a breeze. The boat was very nice and we only had to spend $31 on gas, although we didn’t go as far as most people might. If you’re thinking about doing it, do it!

Debbie M

Debbie M

We live here and we’re looking for a way to get on the water without buying our own boat. They gave us an awesome orientation, launched the boat, and off we went. So many whales! Went over to Molokini, then over to Wailea to cruise the coast. Found a mooring, went swimming & ate lunch. Coming back, they were right there to take our lines, and take over from there. So nice to just show up, take off, and then leave the clean up to them! Looking forward to doing it again! Highly recommend this avenue to all!”

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