Maui Webcams

Maui, “The Valley Island,” is the second largest Hawaiian Island. The island’s 120-mile coast includes 30 miles of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. While fertile mountain and inland soil yields coffee, macadamia nuts, papaya, pineapple, sugarcane, and tropical flowers, the more than 2 million annual tourists are enticed by its unique beaches. Sparkling crystal blue waters, tropical trade winds, and azure skies bring sensory and spiritual delight to all visitors, as each beach beckons visitors to its own character in a wide menu of opportunities, from romance and tranquility to discovery and adventure.

Condominium View

View from Maui El Dorado Resort in Ka’anapali beach. It is located between Lahaina and Kapalua in┬áMaui island.

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Condominium View

West Maui and Kahakuloa Point

Looking towards the West Maui mountains and Kahakuloa Point, on clear days this cam also shows the North East end of Molokai.

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West Maui and Kahakuloa Point

Camp One

This webcam looks East towards the Camp One break and gives great views of the beach action as the local residents and professional windsurfers hang out and play. Remember kiteboarding is not allowed in Camp one, you risk a fine of $1100.

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Camp One