Kaanapali has a beautiful stretch of world class resorts and hotels. Even if you're not staying at a one of these beautiful Kaanapali hotels, you're welcome to stop in for some tropical drinks, bar food, and maybe sneak a quick dip in one their pools 😉
Located in the center of Kaanapali, this shopping plaza has a lot to offer. Whaler's Village includes 90 casual open-air stores, cafes, and restaurants. Stop by for some food, pick up some sunblock, or shop for Hawaiian-made goods.
This beautiful crescent-shaped cove is just a 15 minute drive from Kaanapali. Although Kapalua Beach has limited parking and the ocean floor can be quite rocky, this is a fantastic beach that is worth seeing.
Much less developed and far less touristy than Kaanapali, this spot is a world-class beach that's surrounded by big and beautiful ironwood trees. Although we always enjoy stopping by D.T. Fleming Beach, visitors can also expect to experience high surf with strong currents.