Our hearts are with our Maui and Lahaina ‘ohana as our island continues to rebuild. As West Maui opens following the devastating wildfires, our restaurants, shops, hotels, resorts, condos, and activity partners welcome you with aloha.
Kā’anapali, Maui is a magical destination and has long been the place where the world comes to play, and now to help heal. We encourage visitors to continue to make new #MauiMemories while sharing aloha and support to our communities and people.
Together we will Mālama Maui. Here are some resources and information as you plan for your visit.
The wildfires mainly affected Lahaina in West Maui. While Kā’anapali was structurally unaffected, please be mindful that our community and partners have suffered through this tragedy and hotels in West Maui may still be housing their employees and families, evacuees, and first responders. We are grateful Kā’anapali can welcome visitors safely.
We recommend contacting your accommodations directly to confirm. Each hotel, resort, or condo has had different impacts and opening timelines. Most all will be open and operating by early November and eager to welcome visitors, but it’s best to confirm.
We continue to support our Maui community and invite you to join the efforts. The below non-profit organizations are dedicated to providing essential needs and support to our island ‘ohana and your donations or volunteer time can bring comfort and hope.
Non-profit organizations and donation funds:
The Maui Strong Fund
Kokua Restaurant and Hospitality Fund for Maui
Maui Food Bank
American Red Cross
Maui Humane Society
Kā’anapali is dedicated to sharing Hawaiian culture and Maui’s rich history with its visitors through various experiences. To know and respect the culture, the land, and its people are important pieces of responsible visitation.
Seek out a hula show or musical performance, learn Hawaiian lauhala weaving, quilting, and lei-making, or learn more about Kā’anapali’s culture and heritage on the Kā’anapali Historical Trail walking tour. Ride the complimentary Kaanapali Trolley to see the land or visit the Hawai’i Wildlife Discovery Center.
Resort re-opening on 11/1/2023. The following will also open on 11/1/2023: Tour of the Stars at Hyatt, Sonz Steakhouse, Honolulu Coffee, and Umalu.
Open: Swan Court
Open: Drums of the Pacific
Opening on 12/7/2023: Japengo
Ka’anapali Kai Golf Course and FootGolf: Opening November 1st.
Open as of October 8, 2023. All dining outlets on property is operational.
With three miles of white sand and crystal clear water, it’s no wonder why Kāʻanapali Beach was once named America’s Best Beach. Fronting Kāʻanapali’s hotels and resorts, this former retreat for the royalty of Maui is now a popular getaway for the world. Amenities: Parking $2/30 minutes, restrooms, lifeguard, shopping nearby
Tiki Terrace – open for breakfast
Maui Brewing Co. – open for lunch & dinner
Maui Fishing Charters available November 1st, 2023. Parasailing to be available in May 2024.
Use our directory below to view the status of locations in Ka’anapali and along the West Maui coastline.
For additional information on Maui Travel please visit the Hawaii Tourism Authority or
Maui Hotel & Lodging Association websites below.