Spring has begun, which means summer is only a few months away. Time to get to booking. Nowhere is it more acceptable to wear those goofy flowery t-shirts than in Hawaii. And because it’s such a frequented tourist destination, most everything on the main island of Hawaii as well as Maui is accessible for people with physical disabilities. So in case you’re hoping to do some sightseeing around Maui, one of the most visually stunning and relaxing places that the United States has to offer, here is a brief guide to sharpen your itinerary. And to top it all off, all destinations will be all the more reachable with Hawaii wheelchair van rentals.
Arrival: While en route to Maui, you almost certainly are going to have to pass through the Honolulu (Oahu), and this can be a bit stressful because all Hawaii tourists have to make a stop at this airport. Plus, a lot of travelers going to and from China and Japan will also be there, making traffic a bit of a pain. But it’s a small price to pay for the vacation of your dreams. The airport is located in the north of the island. You should have no trouble finding your way around, and elevators throughout make it easy to get down to baggage claim on the bottom floor. In case you have a layover and would like to do some exploring while you wait, you’ll be in a town called Kahului, which is in the northern central section of the island. There should be maps throughout the airport and people are generally willing to help with directions because they see a lot of tourists there. And if you plan in advance with any of the airports, you can arrange for Hawaii wheelchair van rentals to be waiting for you upon your arrival.
Orientation: Maui has five regions, each with its own distinct features and personality. The Maui resorts are mostly situated in the west and the south, which are the sunnier, drier sides of the island. This is where you’ll find most of the tourists and shopping. This is a good place to set up shop, drop your luggage, buy a Hawaiian shirt and start your vacation. You’ll have plenty of time to explore the whole island, as it’s only a bit over 20 miles around. Just so long as you’ve got your Hawaii wheelchair van rentals, you should have no trouble with navigation.
Activities: Okay! Now that you’re all settled in. What is there to do in this paradise? Well, quite a bit as it turns out. You’ve got helicopter rides, whale watching, shopping, and so much more. Plus, don’t forget you’re not too far from a number of super cheap and extraordinarily beautiful east Asian islands, such as Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
So book Hawaii wheelchair van rentals today with Wheelers Handicapped Accessible Vans who you can reach at 800-456-1371. It’s not every day you get a chance to enjoy this kind of bliss. Make it count with Wheelers.