There are plenty of shuttle services from the Kahului Airport, most of which have car seats for infants. You can get a shuttle from the airport without reservations, but it’s smart to book ahead so that you can be certain you get an infant/Toddler seat. (Make sure you get the correct sized seat too! Might want to call them.)
Taxies are available, but they usually cost more. You’ll have to speak with the individual taxi company to find out whether they can help you with a seat. Sharing a ride on a shuttle is usually the best way to do it (other than renting a car in Maui.) Keep in mind that different distances from Kahului airport usually cost different amounts. Make sure your price is set before booking. Also, see if you can find out how many other drop-offs there will be. If you’re sharing, and a west side shuttle will be dropping off in Wailea too, it might be worth not sharing. It could take a long time to get to your hotel.
ALSO, know that the ride from the airport to Kaanapali Beach is not 30 minutes. You’re looking at around an hour. If your shuttle makes a lot of stops, it could be a lot more. You should also inquire with your hotel/resort to see if they provide shuttle service. If they have shuttle service from the airport, it might be worth a few extra bucks to go directly to your hotel.
The following are some shuttles that will furnish car seats.
We hope this has been helpful. Have a great trip to Maui! ALOHA!!
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My husband and I and Baby are visiting Maui in August. We are going to Kaanapali beach, and not hiring a car, so wanting to organise transfers or taxis of some sort to our hotel from the airport. Can you give me any info on these options and also do taxis come with baby seats if ordered? We really don’t want to hold our baby for a half hour drive.
Any information would be appreciated.
Thanks so much,