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All reviews honolua bay nice beach boogie boarding favorite beach huge waves body surf sandy bottom hidden beach fish playing in the waves great waves the water was crystal clear pretty beach snorkeling spot the north end marine life super fun
Go early in the morning and you may have the whole beach to yourself! I found sea urchins and shells and saw so many fish and sea turtles. Not crowded at all and so close to all the crowded tourist beaches. There are coves and...More
Loved this beach for being in it's natural state. There are no bathrooms or showers, but worth the visit. Parking is on the street with a short walk down stairs onto a sandy beach. Snorkeling and swimming were great without the crowds.
We visited as our second stop on a snorkeling tour. We didn’t go ashore but could tell it was a rocky, rather than sandy beach. The snorkeling was absolutely incredible. We saw many types of fish of all colours and shapes, eels, and the highlight...More
You park on the road and walk down some stairs to access to beautiful beach. The water in the middle was great but not too clear, on the far east side closer to the rocks the water clears up and there is some nice snorkeling....More
We love going to this beach every time we're in Maui. It's a fine beach because there aren't huge crowds and it has a large sand bottom so it's good for wading, swimming, playing in the waves, and the kids. You don't have to have...More
My family and I have been coming to Maui for 10+ years and we have snorkeled in almost every Bay; Kapaulua, Black Rock, Napili, up and down Kaanapali, Honolua, etc... and Slaughterhouse Beach consistently offers the best experience. Parking is extremely limited so this is...More
We parked on the roadside on Highway 30.and went down a flight of stairs (80 plus steps)with strong green color railing to reach this quiet beach flanked by rocky cliffs on each side. Aka Slaughterhouse Bay, it’s just right next to Honolua Bay. The water...More
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The waves at Slaughterhouse can be quite big in November... it depends how good you are at Boogie Boarding. Snorkeling is better at Honolua Bay which is right ‘next door’ to Slaughterhouse. I’ve seen people snorkel at... More
The waves at Slaughterhouse can be quite big in November... it depends how good you are at Boogie Boarding. Snorkeling is better at Honolua Bay which is right ‘next door’ to Slaughterhouse. I’ve seen people snorkel at Slaughterhouse, but you need to get through the big waves first and it could be ‘dicey’ near the rocks (which is where the good snorkeling will be... near the rocks on the right side of the beach going towards Honolua Bay).
If you want calmer water and great reef / snorkeling in Nov, try Airport Beach (north of Blackrock right in front of the Westin Oceanfront Villas).