Waves crash on the shore. After a heavenly drive through Road to Hana, you’ve finally made it. But as you approach the beach, something looks different. Instead of a gentle hue of gold, the sand is a charred black, a remnant of the dormant volcanoes that first sculpted Maui. You take in the scenery as the cool water laps at your feet and the wind caresses your face. The ocean calls, and you can’t help but smile as you plunge into the turquoise water.