Maui offers the most spectacular and romantic beaches for wedding ceremonies and vow renewals in Hawaii. Regardless if a morning wedding or a beautiful sunset ceremony. Here are some recommendations that we have, please let me know if you have any preferences when you book your stress-free wedding ceremony package.
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The max amount of participants in a wedding or ceremony at Hawaii's public beaches is currently limited to a maximum of 20 people during COVID restrictions (usually 30 people including all vendors. We will update this page once restrictions change or will be cancelled.
Palauea Beach aka White Rock Beach in Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
A wonderful little beach for small wedding parties. It is also known as White Rock and is off of Makena Road south of Polo Beach. There is not a paved path so it is best to save your high heels for the restaurant. Parking is along side of the road and there are no public restrooms.
Pa'ako Beach (Makena Cove, aka "Secret Cove") - Makena, Maui, Hawaii
This beach can be very busy during the day. This wedding site is only for small weddings and vow renewals of no more than a dozen including service providers. It is one of the most popular spots for wedding ceremonies. It has limited parking and no public restrooms.
Po'olenalena Beach in Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
This sandy beach is good for wedding ceremonies during low tide. It shares its parking lot with Pa'ipu Beach. This wedding site is good for small to moderate size wedding parties. It has a large dirt parking lot, and porta-potty restroom.
Pa'ipu Beach - Maui, Hawaii
Pa'ipu Beach is next to Po'olenalena Beach and shares the parking lot. It takes some agility to get to and not all officiants and entertainers can do it. This beach is a gorgeous stretch of yellow-sand. Due to the path being just a bit rocky and not obvious to find unless you know it, this site is rarely busy. It is large enough for moderate size wedding parties.
Makena Surf North & South - Makena, Maui, Hawaii
This beach is also called Heart Rock Beach because of the rocks that come ashore which seem to be shaped like hearts. It is secluded and not too busy during the day, quiet around sunset. Great also for early sunrise wedding ceremonies.
Malu'aka Beach - Makena, Maui, Hawaii
This lovely beach is north of the former Makena Beach & Golf Resort. It is a lovely wedding ceremony location for any time of the day. This wedding site is good for moderate size wedding parties. It has limited parking, and public restrooms.
Keawakapu Beach - Kihei, Maui, Hawaii
Keawakapu is a sandy beach in front of mostly private homes on the south end and three resorts on the north end. Mana Kai Resort, Kihei Surfside, Hale Hui Kai, and the Best Western. It is on the south end of Kihei Road. This wedding site is good for moderate size wedding parties.
Ulua Beach Park & Mokapu Beach - Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
Ulua beach and Mokapu beach located next to each other and are in front of the brand new Andaz Maui at Wailea and the Wailea Beach Villas. These are two beautiful beachs, especially for sunset and early morning wedding ceremonies. This wedding site is perfect for small weddings and vow renewals of no more than a dozen including service providers. It has two parking lots and public restrooms
Kapalua Bay - Kapalua Maui
Kapalua Bay is a sheltered white sand beach on the north west side of Maui. The bay is protected by two reefs that extend out on both ends forming a C-shaped cove. IS very crowed during the day, a great location for sunset wedding ceremonies or early sunrise vow renewals, right next to Merryman's Restaurant
Napili Bay Beach - Kapalua Maui
Napili bay is a very popular crescent shaped beach, next to the Sea House Restaurant. The south end is perfect for morning or sunset ceremonies with a lava rock formation on the sand. This beach can be very crowded during the day,