Maui Beach Locations


We love the Hawaiian Island of Maui!ย It's such a beautiful island with so much to see and do it really does offer something for everyone. We thinkย it's best described as a nice mix between Oahu and Kauai.

We offerย many beautiful beach locations along Maui's famed shorelinesย for Weddings, Elopements & Vow Renewals. We can also find a location near your hotel too.

๐ŸŒบ Popular Locations - Our most popular Maui Beach Wedding Locations are Makena Cove on the South Shore and also Oneloa Bay, also known as Ironwoods Beach which is located on the Westside of the island.


Maui Beach Wedding Locations

Get Married, Elope or Renew your Vows in gorgeous Maui. Hawaii.

If you have never visited any of the Hawaiian Islands before then Maui is a great option to consider. Maui is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands at 727.2 square miles and is the 17th largest island in the United States and offers year round tropical summer days.

Maui is known for it's relaxing vibe, beautiful beaches and snorkeling lots of hiking and exploring including the drive to Mt. Haleakala to watch the Sunset or a day spent navigating the windy roads to Hana.

Maui really has something for everyone. It's not to quiet but also not too busy and offers just the right balance for a fantastic time in Hawaii.

Both Maui's South and West Shorelines are lined with beautiful golden sandy beaches and breathtaking views of neighboring islands like Kahoสปolawe, Lana'i and Moloka'i with lots of hotels and accommodations to choose from.

We have many favored wedding locations in Maui with many being on the South Shores of the Island in Wailea and Makena just south of Kihei. These locations offer beautiful golden sands and a guaranteed sunset over one of the neighboring islands!
The Road to Hana: This isn't for everyone but if you have a day to spare and want to enjoy an amazing experience then we would highly recommend the road to Hana. A winding road that passes waterfalls, bamboo rainforests and rushing rivers it's a experience that won't be forgotten. Don't forget to count the bridges!

Mt. Haleakala: It's odd to think about being cold in Hawaii, but for the people who live here it's a real treat to visit the summit of Mt. Haleakala. Known as one of the quickest driven elevations in the World you can drive to the top in a few hours from most places. Sitting at 10,023ft tall you better take your jacket as it can get chilly up there. But don't let that put you off a Sunrise or Sunset can be spectacular!

Sun and Surf: Justifiably famed for its glorious strands, Mauiโ€™s got a beach for every mood โ€“ wind-whipped kiteboarding meccas, calm snorkeling coves, hidden gems and some of the biggest surfable waves on the planet. Or just plop down on the sand and scan the horizon for wintering whales.

Trails Galore: Mauiโ€™s trails go to the most amazing places: towering ridge-tops, cascading waterfalls, bamboo forests, and a cindery volcanic national park. Choose from easy strolls to hardy backcountry treks.

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