Hookipa - Kaanapali - Lahaina - Wailea - Kapalua
The island of Maui, known as “The Valley Isle,” is one of Hawaii’s most popular travel destinations for visitors from around the world. The second largest of the main Hawaiian Islands, Maui is home to some of the states most spectacular resorts and beaches. The Kaanapali coast is lined with one beautiful resort after another, giving visitors a wide range of choices when it comes to accommodations. Historic Lahaina town is another popular destination for visitors while on Maui.
On the eastern side of Maui, the world-famous “Road to Hana” gives visitors a chance to drive a road that makes most roller coaster’s seem tame. Another one of the more popular destinations on Maui is Haleakala National Park. Haleakala is a dormant volcano on the east side of the island with its tallest peak being just over 10,000 feet. Watching the sunrise from the top of Haleakala or riding bicycles down the from the top of two must do’s when visiting the island. Read more.
Maui is also home to some of the world’s best wind surfing, kite surfing and board surfing in the state. Honolulu Bay on the north west coast is one of the best right hand breaks in the world when it is on. During south swells, more experienced surfers flock to the Maalaea Pipeline, arguably the fastest right-hand break in the state. There are other great spots around the island on the right tides and wind directions. Maui is known as the windy island and wind surfers and kite surfers love the beaches around Hookipa for the consistency and the surf. Just down the road from Hookipa is one of the worlds premier big wave locations, known as Pe’ahi or Jaws. Jaws is known for producing some of the largest ridable waves on the planet and it is the birth place of modern tow-surfing, which is where surfers are towed into giant waves with the use of jet-skis or wave runners.
This island is a most see on any vacation to the islands of Hawaii. See less.
Maui Live Surf Cams:
If you surf, kitesurf and windsurf you will love this live streaming camera from Hookipa beach. Camera presented by Mama's Beach Cam.
View Waiehu Beach Park live. Camera gives a good view of the north shore of Maui. View places like Kanaha, Peer One, Kite Beach (North Shore). This is a popular place for kitesurfing and surfing.
This live camera is located on the west side of Maui and allows you to view fantastic views of Molokai and Lanai. This beach is a popular spot for kitesurfing and windsurfing.
Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas web cam gives viewers a wonderful view of the Kaanapali Coast, as well as neighboring Molokai and Lanai. See the sun and surf from the comfort of your own computer.
Live streaming video of the Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort. Viewers can control the placement of the camera for up to 3 minutes and choose which part of paradise they want to see.
Mauirealestate.net presents this live streaming web cam that allows viewers to see one of the states clearest live cams. The camera features an excellent view of Charley Young Beach at Kamaole 1 Beach in Kihei.
Presented by the Napali Sunset Resort. This camera gives viewers a wonderful live streaming video of the beach all day and the sunset in the evening in front of the resort.
Maui Windcam presents this camera which allows surfers and windsurfers to view the current conditions at one of the windiest places on earth. Images are updated every 30 seconds.
Jim Saunders Realty webcam looking at Paia Bay on Maui’s North Shore. Great camera to check surf conditions on the Valley Isle.
Perched atop the famous “Black Rock” this camera features views fronting the Kaanapali Coast and also pans across to the beautiful island of lanai.
Live Kula webcam showcases beautiful views of the sun setting as well as North Kihei, Maalaea, Kahului and Kahului Airport.
Mounted on the Lahaina Prime Rib and Fish Company's roof top, this webcam offers great views of the harbor, restaurants, shops, bars and art galleries in downtown Lahaina. For our water enthusiasts, check the conditions at the popular surf spot, Ship Wreck.
Kihei is loaded with beautiful beaches, great golfing, beach volleyball, and lots of places to enjoy the sun and water. Take, for example, the popular Charlie Young Beach. It's a perfect spot to lounge the day away and then catch a bit of the South Shore night life or grab a tasty bite to eat.
Live webcam located in West Maui looks west over the Kahekili Marine Reserve, Hawaiian Humpback Whale Sanctuary and the islands of Molokai and Lanai.