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We went there when the waves were really high due to a tropical storm about 500 miles off shore, and it was really a spectacular show. The beach is big, the waves are big, and they peak and crash big.
This is a great place...More
I wish I would have read the reviews and knew more about this beach before we went. We had heard very good things about this beach and thought we'd try it out during our last day in Maui. The views from the beach didn't disappoint....More
We became creatures of habit and set up for sunbathing,relaxing, and reading at Big Beach. It is a great place to relax and soak in UV rays. It is a truly beautiful spot but it is not a recreational beach. Stay attentive to the shore...More
Beach is clean and awesome. The day we went waves didn’t seem to be that big but it knocked me down. We had lots of fun. Suggest bringing your own food. Trucks just outside beach are expensive and food isn’t that good, unless you like...More
High and violent waves. We had a great afternoon trying not to fall. Of course we failed!! But we had a really good time. There are no facilities (no shower, no Cafe, no rental staff). Few people. Unforgettable.
This beach was recommended to us by our hotel concierge - I understand it's one of the most famous beaches in Maui but it is completely unsuitable for a tourist family with children / teenagers. The wave break is extremely dangerous. The lifeguard saw us...More
Best beach I’ve ever been to. Water was literally crystal clear. Shore break can be rough, so watch for lifeguard posted signs. Very small crowd, so plenty of room. Hike up the cinder cone if you can, and you’ll see Little Beach.
We're from New Zealand so know a thing or two about strong currents and big waves but we don't experience shore breaks like they have in Maui. Our two boys (14 and 12yrs) absolutely loved it, being thrown around and both being pretty savvy in...More