Best Snorkeling Spots For Travelers In Maui, Hawaii 

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Lanai Island - If you're lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the beautiful and elusive Hawaiian monk seal!

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Baby Beach - Admire coral formations and keep an eye out for cool creatures as you explore this watery world.

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Mala Wharf - If you're looking for great Maui snorkeling spots with easy access to town, Mala Wharf has you covered!

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Wahikuli Wayside Park - Another great potential area for turtle-spotting is Wahikuli Wayside Park, located between Ka'anapali and Lahaina.

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Kaanapali Beach - Right across from Kahekili Beach Park, Kaanapali Beach is decidedly more crowded.

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Kahekili Beach Park - Keep an eye out for triggerfish, eels, and other tropical fish in the water.

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Honokena Bay - With its secluded location and beautiful trails surrounding it, Honokena Bay is a hidden gem.

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Kapalua and Napili Bay - This is located in a sheltered bay, making it an excellent place for kids and novices to take to the water.

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DT Fleming Park - You'll soon see why this spot is considered one of the best beaches in the city

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Honolua and Mokulia Bay - Located along scenic Highway 30, the neighboring shores of Honolua and Mokulia Bay offer two distinct snorkeling experiences.

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