This webcam looks out over the water in front of Kanaha Beach Park. During the winter when the North swells come in to Maui, the break called Lowers can be seen. If it's windy (and after 11am), the ocean will be filled with windsurfers and kiters. With light winds, look for the surfers and standup paddlers (SUP)... read more
Kanaha is also home to two outrigger canoe clubs. The outrigger canoes can be seen practicing most mornings and evenings. Look closely in the mornings and you will sometimes see divers searching for Tako (Octopus).
Be sure to check out the streaming HD version of this webcam, offering REALTIME VIDEO! If the waves are up and you can't be on the water, the streaming webcam is the place to be!
It's currently dark on Maui so we're showing a replay of yesterday's action - you can skip through the day and choose the time you want to start watching under the image... we'll start to show live images again just before sunrise.
In the early hours of the morning following Hurricane Iselle a couple of Stable Roadies discovered a green turtle nest that had been partially uncovered by the falling sand bank. Fortunately most of the eggs were still buried. Read more...