Oneuli Beach in Maui, Hawaii
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One'uli Beach / Naupaka (Black Sand)

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Oneuli Black Sand Beach Park Panoramic Photo Looking down the beach

Park Address:

6787 Makena Road
Wailea-Makena, Hawaii 96753


One'uli Beach Naupaka Black Sand Park Directions and Address in Makena, Maui Hawaii

Beach Checklist:

Easy off-road

Black Sand

Dramatic Cliffs

Long Beach for Walking

Views of Molokini

Volcanic Cinder Cone

Lots of space

No Restrooms

No Showers

No Grills


What is Nearby:

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One'uli View of West Maui Mountains
One'uli View of West Maui Mountains
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Volcanic Cinder Cone Cliffs at by One'Uli Beach
Volcanic Cinder Cone Cliffs at by One'Uli Beach
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View of Molokini
View of Molokini
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Northern View from One'uli Beach
Northern View from One'uli Beach
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View at One'uli Beach
View at One'uli Beach
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View of Lanai
View of Lanai


Why One'uli Beach?

One'uli Black Sand Beach is hidden down an easy off-road trail, that takes you to a secluded beach with wonderful views of Kaaho'olawe, Lanai, and West Maui Mountains. This unique black sand beach is great for a relaxing day with no crowds.


What is the Beach Vibe at One'uli?

You will not find the usual tourist crowd at this beach. Most of the time the beach has a few people fishing or sun bathing. It has a very laid back vibe.


What is the Best Time of Day to visit the Beach?

Morning or afternoon is best. The sun will hit the beach and really bring out the vibrant colors of the water. In the evening the beach can be a good spot to watch a sunset. It can be difficult to enter the waterat any time of the day due to several lava rock formations close to shore.


Are Fires Allowed at the Beach?

No fires are allowed; use a small grill or hibachi in the park areas and keep them off the beach. Hot coals hidden in the sand can smolder for hours and creating a real danger to barefoot beachgoers the next day. More informaiton from the Department of Land and Natural Resources can be found here: Fire Usage