Exploring the Accessible Delights of Maui

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Breaking surf Maui Coastline, Hawaii Islands

Maui is Hawaii’s second-largest island and a dream destination with its incredible landscapes, numerous outdoor activities, and welcoming spirit. I’ve traveled to Mauia a couple of times – once long ago and the second time was a few months ago.  The level of accessibility has increased dramatically and you can have an amazing, accessible trip with the proper planning.

Travel and Accommodation

With numerous accessible attractions and facilities, the island is truly a destination for everyone. I found accessible transportation by booking/renting an accessible van through Wheeler’s.  It’s a small business, super helpful, and available on each of the Hawaiian islands.

Many hotels offer accessible rooms, just make sure to contact them in advance for your specific needs.  I stayed at the Kaanapali Beach Resort, a Sheraton property. Most of the property was accessible and it was close enough to other resorts and a beach walkway to enjoy shopping and restaurants.  I’ll also describe the most amazing experience with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters in a separate post.  I cannot wait to return to Maui and enjoy even more of the island. 


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