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Maui Taxi

Unbeatable Price for your Taxi in Maui


Hand picked & english speaking drivers


Same price as a regular Taxi from the line


Drivers are always on time


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Get Around the Island in a Maui Taxi

The beautiful Hawaiian island of Maui is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing beach vacation and sink into the laid-back island lifestyle. Famous for its world-class beaches, stunning 5-star resorts, exciting whale watching and fresh farm-to-table cuisine, Maui is truly a magical destination. Maui is the second largest island in Hawaii, so getting around via public transport can be tricky. To save yourself time and stress, we recommend taking a Maui taxi for your journeys around the island. You can easily grab a taxi in Maui off the street, at a taxi rank, book your rides in advance or have your hotel call a phone dispatch taxi for you.


Hand picked & english speaking drivers


Same price as a regular Taxi from the line


Drivers are always on time


24/7 Email & Phone support

How much does a taxi cost?

Taxi prices Day time
(05:00 - 24:00)
Night time
(00:00 - 05:00)

What are the Maui Taxi Rates?

The local Maui taxi drivers will use a taximeter to calculate the cost of your journey based on both time taken and the distance travelled. There may be cases when you can agree on a fixed price, usually when travelling large distances or from the airport, but your Maui taxi fare will usually be calculated as follows;

Base fare: $3.50 (€3.20)

Price per mile: $3 (€2.80)

Additional cost / per minute waiting: $0.30 (€0.28)

There are also additional charges for bringing along large pieces of luggage ($0.30 (€0.28)) and transporting a surfboard or bike ($3 (€2.80)).

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How to Get a Taxi in Maui

Although there will be plenty of taxis waiting around the airport when you land in Maui, it’s rare to see them driving around the island once you get to your hotel or one of the main cities. Rather than trying to hail a taxi in Maui in the street, the best way to get a cab is to book one in advance if you know when and when you’ll be needing a ride, or ask your hotel’s reception staff to call one for you. There are many different Maui taxi companies operating on the island, but some of the top-rated ones are; 

Lahania Taxi Service:  +1 (808) 661 5959

West Maui Taxi: +1 (808) 661 1122

Aina Lahania Taxi: +1 (808) 205 4555

CB Taxi Maui: +1 (808) 243 8294

Booking your Maui Taxi with Welcome Pickups

It’s quite difficult to hail a taxi in the street in Maui. The local Maui taxi drivers tend to wait around at the airport or large hotels and shopping malls. So, if you’re looking to take a taxi in Maui from one of the cities, it’s best to book your ride in advance with a trusted company such as Welcome Pickups. You won’t need to wait around in the hot sun for your ride as we offer guaranteed on-time pickups and door-to-door transportation. Plus, there’s no need to panic about costly fares either, as we provide fixed-rate fares that are paid in advance, so there are never any nasty surprises.

Maui Taxi Tips

  1. It’s worth noting that there are extra charges when taking a taxi in Maui to move around things such as; bikes, luggage and surfboards.
  2. Ensure your Maui taxi driver resets the meter before beginning your journey.
  3. Tipping your driver in Maui is expected. Most people leave a 15% tip when taking a taxi in Maui.
  4. If you’re in a city and looking for a taxi in the street, you may have a long wait. Try to save one of the phone dispatch taxi numbers and keep it with you for these instances.

Wheelchair-Accessible Taxi in Maui

There are a few different Maui taxi companies that offer wheelchair-accessible vehicles. Some specialise in accessibility for powered wheelchairs, and others for manual chairs, so be sure to check with each provider depending on your needs. Take a look at the full list of wheelchair-accessible taxis in Maui, or call one of the following numbers;

ABC Transport Service: +1 (808) 677 9300

Aloha Transportation Services Inc.: +1 (808) 677 3056

Handi Wheelchair Transportation: +1 (808) 946 6666

Maui Taxi Safety and Complaints

Taking a taxi in Maui is usually very pleasant and safe, as most drivers like to show visitors the ‘Aloha’ way of life. However, if you do face any issues during your journey, such as being overcharged or having an unprofessional driver, you can make a complaint directly to the company you travelled with. The number of each Maui taxi company is usually printed on the side or door of the car. Be sure to note your taxi driver’s ID number or name and the license number plate of your taxi before calling.

Frequently asked questions

How do you call a taxi in Maui?

There are plenty of Maui taxi companies to choose from, however, these are a few of the top-rated phone dispatch companies you or your hotel can call; Lahania Taxi Service reachable at +1 (808) 661 5959, West Maui Taxi at +1 (808) 661 1122, Aina Lahania Taxi at +1 (808) 205 4555 and CB Taxi Maui at +1 (808) 243 8294.

Do I need to tip my Maui taxi driver?

Yes, tipping your taxi driver around 15% of your final bill is customary in Maui.

Are Maui taxis expensive?

Taxis in Maui are fairly expensive compared to other major cities in the USA. They will charge you a base fare of $3.50 (€3.20), then a price per mile of $3 (€2.80). If you’d prefer fixed Maui taxi rates for your journeys around the island, you can book in advance with Welcome Pickups instead.

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