The Ka'anapali beach is beautiful but different. Kaanapali has three miles of white sand beaches and was once named America's best beach. While the beach isn't as large, and some may say the sand isn't as golden, the waves are much calmer. This former retreat for the royalty of Maui is now a popular getaway for the world.
One of Kāʻanapali Beach’s most famous attractions is the daily cliff diving ceremony off the beach’s northernmost cliffs known as PuʻuKekaʻa, or Black Rock. Held every evening at sunset, a cliff diver lights the torches along the cliff, diving off Black Rock in a reenactment of a feat by Maui’s revered King Kahekili.
This sacred spot is a very special place where Kahekili would often dive. Puu Kekaa is also known as “ka leina a ka ‘uhane” – the place where a soul leaps into eternity. Every evening at sunset, a cliff diver sprints up the lava rocks and lights the torches along the way to honor those souls who have departed, and dives headfirst into the water below.
As you drive into Kaanapali, you pass along the pristine greens of the Kaanapali Golf Courses. Thirty-six holes of championship golf make up both the Kaanapali Kai Course and the Royal Kaanapali Course, all with amazing ocean views and West Maui mountain rainbows as your backdrop.
The Kaanapali Golf Courses offers 36 holes of legendary golf and is rich in history and tradition. Built on the playground of ancient Hawaiian royalty, the golf resort is situated on 1200 acres of land, with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the West Maui Mountains.
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