I cannot think of a better walk in the morning than a walk along a beautiful Hawaiian beach. The only thing that could be better is a walk along many beautiful Hawaiian beaches! Welcome Wailea Beach Walk!!!
Our walk does not start in Wailea, but on beautiful Kam III beach. The entrance is at the south end of the beach.
The lone palm tree marks the spot.
Well, actually it is the little blue hiker guy sign that marks the spot . . .
There are some beautiful sunset photo-taking spots at the beginning of the trail! Our trail takes us first to Kihei Surfside Resort.
I love the little blue hiker signs that dot the edge of the grass here. The trail follows the edge of the resort to beautiful and award-winning Keawakapu Beach. Actually, if all you do is walk Keawakapu Beach, you will go home satisfied! Below is entering the beach from Mana Kai Maui Resort.
And this is at the other end of the beach...
Next on our walk is Mokapu, which fronts Andaz Resort in Wailea.
At the far end of Mokapu Beach is the official start of the paved Wailea Beach Walk.
I took this photo of Ulua Beach from the paved walkway. Ulua Beach fronts Wailea Elua Village (condos, not a resort)
Wailea Beach Walk between Wailea Elua Village and Wailea Mariott. About 2 miles into the walk, we come to the Grand Wailea's little church and it looks like they are getting ready for a wedding.
After the Grand Wailea, the path takes us to the Four Seasons.
This next picture is one of my favorite spots on the trail. The ocean view at Wailea Point.
And here we are at the end, Fairmont Kea Lani. The walk is a little more than 3 miles one way. Fabulous!!!