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South Maui is our preferred location to kayak & snorkel as it provides the most beautiful views and excellent snorkeling opportunities.

Makena Landing is one of Maui’s best snorkeling spots with its gentle ocean conditions, gorgeous coastline and underwater reefs and excellent variety of unique sea life. While close to Wailea and Kihei, visitors drive all the way from Lahaina and Ka`anapali as it is known for being one of Maui’s best spots for snorkeling. Home to a high concentration of Hawaiian Green Sea turtles (honu), the area not far from Makena Landing is called “Turtle Town”, where Dolphins, rays and the Hawaiian monk seal are commonly spotted as well. During whale season (October thru April) you will have the opportunity to see Humpback whales during their annual migration to the Islands to mate and give birth