Our morning swim with tropical fish and a few turtles near Black Rock on Kaanapali Beach was also amazing, as is this entire island of Maui. Never once did it disappoint and now we all understand why this is a destination millions of people travel to from all over the world. It is stunning at every curve!
We also snorkeled on our way back home just off the road in a quiet and "waveless" area south of Lahaina (Olowalu) where after we swam and got our rental car (Grand Cherokee; note get a Wrangler instead) stuck in the sand, saw a sign that said it's pretty much shark infested waters (we did not see any!) Yikes...that's not a part of the Aloha at all!
Of course the photos shared here do not do this place justice, but hopefully, if you've never been, this may have whetted the appetite to book a trip here when you can.
BSoleille! The bright side of brilliant sunshine every day of the year!
Below: "The Best Daughter" making sure the temperature of the water is still warm...it was and all clear to dive right in!
|On the Road ot Hana|
|It's hard to be a tree and this sign says: "Quiet Trees At Work"|
|This was a muddy path to some views|
|Another muddy path to a beautiful waterfall|
|While trying to bale the jeep out of the sand, we looked up and saw this sign only after we were safe and out of the water!|
|Does this look like "shark infested waters" to you? We thought no and jumped right in (good fish sightings too).|