- TripBuzz found 212 things to do with kids in or near Wailea, Hawaii, including 181 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wailuku, Lahaina, Kula and Kahului.
- From Keawakapu Beach to Ulua Beach, the Wailea area offers 77 different types of family activities, including: Beaches, Other Entertainment, Golf and Kayaking.
- Wailea, HI is located in Maui county and has a number of beaches, resorts, and other attractions. Some popular beaches include Wailea, Keawakapu, and Ulua Beaches, which each have a personality of their own from crystal blue waters and golden sand to more turbulent waters that are ideal for surfing.
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98% 316 votes
Native Hawaiians and tourists rank Keawakapu as among the state's best swimming beaches. Its fine-grained sand is devoid of sharp rocks and litter, and the water is sparkling, clean and warm.
95% 431 votes
The warm, calm waters of Ulua Beach are wonderful for wimming, surfing and snorkeling. Free parking is available. The beach features restrooms and shower stalls. The dense sand and large shallow area make Ulua Beach a terrific place to swim and play with children.
97% 233 votes
Watch the kids build sandcastles or float atop the salty water of the ocean at Maluaka Beach. The clean beach is a wonderful spot to catch a few rays and a few waves.
90% 212 votes
Also called Mokulea, Polo Beach is located in Waialua. It is a great destination for swimming, kayaking, snorkeling and boogie boarding. Polo Beach is also one of Hawaii's best kitesurfing locations.
96% 55 votes
Polo Beach, Wailea, HI MoreLess Info
Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Adventures is a popular eco tour on Maui. Visitors can snorkel with sea turtles, sail the Wailea Coast, whale watch, and learn about Hawaiian culture and history.
94% 62 votes
A peaceful quarter mile sandy waterfront, Oneloa Beach is a local favorite for residents. The uncrowded shores looks upon a shallow reef where visitors can snorkel among wildlife or they can dive from cliffs into deep water.
88% 310 votes
Wailea Alanui Rd., Wailea, HI MoreLess Info
Famous as an unofficial nudist haven, Little Beach is also popular among clothed beachgoers. Public nudity is technically forbidden in Hawaii, but this law is rarely enforce on Little Beach. Use discretion when travelling with children.
91% 35 votes
Makena Road, Wailea, HI MoreLess Info
Snorkelers can often be found exploring around the rocky point near Palau'ea Beach. Swimmers also enjoy the sandy, gently sloping bottom of the ocean near this more secluded beach for swimming.
92% 38 votes
Grab your snorkeling gear and spend some time exploring Mokapu Beach Park, in Maui. Lava rock formations crop up near the shore, while the surf is sandy and gently slopes making it ideal for swimming in calmer waters.
99% 254 votes
Makena Rd & Honoiki Street, Wailea, HI 96753 MoreLess Info
With Clear Kayaks Maui, visitors can rent kayaks to take out on the water for two hours to a full day. The kayaks have clear bottoms so visitors can easily spot marine life like sea turtles while kayaking.