67 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Tips from locals
One of the first places we hit after getting our rental car and before heading out to the west side of the island.
Right near the airport - usually the first stop to grab milk, juice, cereal, spirits, and snacks for the room.
While we try to support the local shops something have to be bought at Costco. It is recommended that you make a list of things you need and stop at Costco before you leave Kahului in route to South Kihei. Remember we supply beach equipment, snorkel gear and most of the things you need for a…
After landing and upon leaving the airport, we suggest that you visit Costco; you will find it located just across the street from the Kahului Airport. Prices for groceries and other household items can be pretty steep on Maui, and it is better to know that up front; so, stock up on sunscreens,…
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