Get Married on the Beach in Maui!
Proudly carrying the title of “America’s Best Beach” in 2006, DT Fleming Beach Park is conveniently located in the driest of Maui’s 5 distinct regions so there’s no need to worry about unforeseen rainfall interrupting your special day. This West-side beach provides basic amenities like picnic tables, grills, public restrooms, and those all important lifeguards. A never-ending sandy coastline, green shady nooks, and incredible natural lava rock formations provide the perfect backdrop for your ceremony as well as the beautiful photos to follow especially for a morning or sunset wedding. If you choose to get married in Maui at this renowned beach location, guests can enjoy a quick dip in the crystal blue waters or even some surfing if the tides are right.
2. Wai‘anapanapa State Park
A gem along the Road to Hana, Wai’anapanapa State Park is less crowded than other Maui wedding destinations making it ideal for a private affair. The area is beyond post-card perfect from every angle and features an array of unique highlights where you can stage everything from the ceremony, to cocktail hour, to photos, to your reception. Imagine walking across the striking black sand Pa’iloa Beach towards your betrothed, exchanging vows deep within the Anchialine Pool Caves, or raising a glass atop an elevated sea-cliff islet. The scenery is certainly suited for those who want to get married in Maui and have a flair for the dramatic and love of adventure.
Travel to Maui to celebrate the happiest day of your life but also do a little whale watching at the same time at Lahaina. Located on one side of the Auau Channel, Lahaina proves one of the best locations to spot an incredible humpback whale cresting through the bright ocean waters. Choose to tie the knot at the harbor equipped with a gorgeous oceanfront view or step off of dry land for a whale watching tour or ferry cruise during peak season from December to May.
4. H.A. Baldwin Beach Park
What could be more romantic than getting married beside a lagoon that would make even storybook mermaids jealous?! Nestled in the northern area of Paia, H.A. Baldwin Beach Park is home to a secret treasure; a secluded “baby beach” complete with a picturesque lagoon. The beach itself is described as “flawless” and its waters are said to have a remarkable turquoise hue. Be warned that at certain points in the day the winds fly high so an earlier ceremony may be best if you wish to take advantage of this hush-hush haven when you travel to Maui.
5. Sugarman’s Estate
Not all famed Maui wedding destinations are set on the sand. Accommodate large numbers of guests and witness a sunset like no other upon the grassy landscapes of Sugarman’s Estate located on the North Point of the Honua Kai Lani. Whether you decide on the North or South Lawn, seated guests will be dazzled by ocean views and charming palm, kiawe, and monkey pod trees as they watch the happy couple share their first kiss as newlyweds under a dreamy white canopy. Staff will work with your to arrange tent placement and determine the best area for your event to fulfill your Maui wedding fantasy.