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Polo Beach

  • Kaukahi St. Map It
  • Wailea
  • Beach–Sight

Updated 01/21/2014

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Small and secluded, this crescent fronts the Fairmont Kea Lani. Swimming and snorkeling are great here, and it's a good place to whale-watch. As at Wailea Beach, private umbrellas and chaises longues occupy the choicest real estate, but there's plenty of room for you and your towel. There's a nice grass picnic area, althought it's a considerable distance from the beach. The pathway connecting the two beaches is a great spot to jog or to take in awesome views of nearby

Molokini and Kahoolawe. Rare native plants grow along the ocean, or makai, side of the path; the honey-sweet-smelling one is naio, or false sandalwood. Amenities: parking (no fee); showers; toilets. Best for: snorkeling; swimming.

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Kaukahi St., south of Fairmont Kea Lani entrance, Wailea, Hawaii, 96753, United States

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Updated 01/21/2014

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