The Te Kauwhata subdivision is one of the most unique areas of Maui. It was formed by the City and County of Kauai because of the strict laws that were put in place by the State to protect the area from being ruined by water pollution from the adjacent mainland. Te Kauwhata Beach is just one of many neighborhoods in the Te Kauwhata subdivision, but it is the only beach that are completely surrounded by a national park, and the largest of them all, the Na Pali Coast. In fact, it is one of the most popular beaches in the entire country.
The most unique areas of Maui Te Kauwhata subdivision
Te Kauwhata Beach is just an ordinary day on the beach until you hit the second mile stretch of white sands with black rock. There are several things that make this area so special. First of all, it has the most scenic stretch of white sandy beach in the entire country, maybe even the entire world. This means that everything from the ocean to the shoreline to the inlet is completely natural. In addition, because of the number of people who flock to this location each year, there are literally thousands of different types of birds that you can see here.
This is also where you can find the perfect day of swimming for those that enjoy taking long snorkeling adventures and scuba diving expeditions. And don’t think that just snorkeling is the activity of choice. They also have some great boat rentals available, as well as lessons on how to use them. For anyone looking for a great experience while in Maui, you will not be disappointed with the quality of the services provided at Te Kauwhata Beach.