Speedi Shuttle in Maui is a privately owned company based in Hawaii and recognized because of providing exceptional customer service. The company began its operations in 1999.
The shuttle’s island offices are near harbors and international airports. The shuttles are modern and comfortable. The prices are affordable, and the drivers are local experts who are professionally trained.
About the Kahului Harbor
Tourists can stretch out on the warm, golden sands or go surfing. This island is the second largest in Hawaii and the seventeenth largest in the U.S.A. Maui is known for its history, atmosphere, the never ending supply of beaches, landmarks, waterfalls as well as gardens. Maui can be accessed by vehicle. There are luxury resorts, bed and breakfast, hotels, condos and rental cottages that are located in the island.
The Kahului Area and Tourist Sites
Maui has more than eighty beaches with a shoreline that spans one hundred twenty miles. It’s main airport is Kahului Airport although there are smaller commuter airports in Hana and Kapalua. Maui contains various tourist sites like:
The Haleakala National Park
This park is home to the highest peak of Maui its slopes can be from any point on the island. Haleakala is a word that means “house of the sun” in Hawaiian.
The park comprises of over thirty thousand acres of public land, it has three separate visitors centers and a range of natural environments. The Haleakala Visitor Center is the best spot where tourists can watch the sunrise. This sunrise is an unforgettable experience. The park also have numerous hiking trails which offer scenic and solitude vistas and people can see many endangered species here.
This was Hawaii’s first planned resort which has become a model for resorts around the world, This beach is faced by five hotels and six condominium villages. Fronting Kaanapali, there is an open air Whalers Village which is a world-class shopping complex with a variety of exceptional restaurants and shops, a whaling museum as well as free Hawaiian entertainment. Among the most famous attractions is Black Rock or Puu Kekaa, which is the daily cliff diving ceremony from the beach’s northernmost cliffs.
This beach is also known as “Big Beach,” and is one of the island’s best. The beach is one of the largest beaches in Maui and has golden sands that extend nearly one hundred yards wide and 2/3 of a mile long. Visitors are able to swim in these waters, have picnic in the shade, or sunbathe on the expanse of sand. Makena provides great views of the islands of Kahoolawe and Molokini. Restrooms and picnic facilities are also available.
103 Ala Luina Street
Kahului, HI 96732