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Black Rock

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Ka'anapali Beach in West Maui is split in two by this coral-covered lava rock which extends into the azure ocean. Because the plentiful coral along the rock face draws a large number of fish and other sea critters, Black Rock is a popular spot for snorkeling. However, as there is no reef, the current can get aggressive, so it’s best to only snorkel/swim during months when the waters are calm. Black Rock also provides a prime spot for cliff jumping and the super soft sands on the beach are perfect for strolling or simply laying on to catch some rays.

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