Handicapped Wheelchair Accessible Activities

Updated on:
July 17, 2016

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QUESTION

[the_ad id=”12277″]I’m in a wheelchair.  What Maui sights and activities are accessible to me with my handicap?

ANSWER

There’s plenty to see and do on Maui that is available to you in your wheelchair. Of course you can sit on the lanai (balcony) of your hotel or condo room and enjoy the view, but there is no need to stay there.

You won’t be able to drive your wheelchair in the sand on the beach, but many beaches have grassy areas in the sunshine that are accessible from their parking lots.  There are paved sidewalks that runs alongside several beaches, including Kaanapali and parts of Wailea.

Almost all restaurants are wheelchair accessible, so see this list and call the ones you are interested in to verify:
Maui Restaurants

Most luaus are wheelchair accessible.  Call the one you are interested in to verify.  Here’s a comparison of luaus:
Maui luaus compared

You can go through the various parts of the aquarium in a wheelchair:
Maui Ocean Center aquarium

In Lahaina town you could do  the streets, shops, galleries, restaurants, and banyan tree park:
Lahaina

You can shop at the major shopping centers such as Whalers Village and the Shops at Wailea.

Other accessible sights:
Kealia Pond Boardwalk
Giant Buddah
Maui Theater Ulalena
Island Art Party

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