Maui > Transportation
The best way to get around Maui when visiting is to rent a car. You can get really good rates due to high competition and plenty of availability. See our Maui Car Rental page for more on pricing, providers, and car rental information. Continue with the following guide to Maui transportation.
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Public Maui Transportation
Public transportation is weak at best, and the island is too big to get anywhere without a car. Taxi’s on Maui are available, but they can be elusive when you really need one.
Alii Cab Co. (808)661-3688
Kihei Taxi (808)879-3000
Wailea Taxi (808)874-5000
Classy Taxi (808)661-3044
Maui Central Cab (808)244-7278
The bus system on Maui can be used during the day, but you’ll be stuck where ever you are at night. The last stop is at 7:45 pm on the upper west side of the island. Bus fare is $2 for a one-way trip ($4 for an all-day pass), and you can get a pass for $45/month.
Maui Limousine Services
If you want to get around in class, many limousine providers are available on Maui.
Wailea Limousine Service, Inc. (808)875-4114
Arthur’s Limousine Service (808)871-5555
Star Maui Limousine, Inc. (808)669-6900
Carey/Town & Country Limousine (808)572-3400
Porsche Speedsters at Maui Roadsters (808)339-6204
Maui Shuttle Service
Shuttles are a great way to get around if you don’t rent a car and don’t plan on going too far from the resorts. SpeediShuttle is available to take you to and from the Kahului Airport (OGG) from 5 am to 11 pm. There are many resort shuttles that will take you from resort to resort for FREE! Ask your concierge about getting to other resorts in Kaʻanapali, Kapalua, and Wailea areas. Make certain to tip your driver.
Another travel option is to hitchhike around the island. This is free, but a bit more of a hassle. For hitchhiking safety, etiquette, and guidelines, go to our Hawaii hitchhiking page.