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Store Your Luggage Around Maui with Bounce

Hawaii’s second-largest island is beloved for its beaches and natural landscapes as well as its marine life, particularly the possibility of spotting humpback whales. On top of that, the island has the laid back vibes for which Hawaii is known and loved. The towns and villages that smatter the island each have their distinct personalities, which makes visiting them a fascinating and educational experience. No trip to Maui is complete without learning about Hawaiian culture and the local marine ecosystems or soaking up the incredible landscape. There are tons of mind-blowing adventures to be had.

No matter what you add to your itinerary, you can count on Bounce to look after your luggage while on Maui. Are you a local looking for somewhere to stash your work bag while you head out for an afternoon at the beach? Bounce has partners conveniently located across Maui for short-term storage. Or, perhaps you’re a visitor and need somewhere to store your luggage while you explore before checking in to your hotel. Leave your bags with a Bounce partner so you can wander freely before check-in.

No matter the scenario, Bounce is an easy and convenient way to store any non-essential belongings during your daily adventures across Maui.

Luggage Storage in Maui

Bounce has partnered with numerous small businesses across Maui to offer short term luggage storage to visitors and residents alike. This way, you can explore Maui without having to cart your extra belongings to every attraction. Instead, you can make the most of your trip knowing your bags are safe and secure at a convenient Bounce location. 

Maui City Guide

Top Things to Do in Maui

Maui is a popular resort destination, drawing visitors from all over the world who flock to the beautiful beaches, the lush tropical foliage, and the playful ocean waves. On top of all that, Maui boasts a fascinating history, a vibrant culture, and an array of laidback towns that yearn to be explored. Whether you want to get lost in nature, participate in marine recreation, or soak up the culture, there’s tons of fun to be had in Maui. 

Museums

While many people probably associate Maui with beaches, surf, and mai-tais, the island does have a diverse collection of museums. If you’re curious about Maui’s rich culture and history, from sugar plantations to marine life, or ancient Hawaiian culture, you’ll delight in visiting these institutions.

  • Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum: Located just outside of Kahului in Puunene, the Sugar Museum seeks to educate visitors on the role of Hawaii’s plantation heritage in the state’s identity. The museum contains exhibits highlighting artifacts and documents regarding the individuals who worked in plantations, the tools and equipment the workers employed, and the ethnic diversity of the plantation communities. Bonus: The Sugar Museum participates in Maui’s “Passport to the Past” program, which grants admission at discounted rates when you visit multiple museums.  

  • Hana Cultural Center & Museum: Situated in Hana, one of Maui’s most traditional towns, the Hana Cultural Center Museum offers a look at ancient Hawaiian culture. The museum contains traditional Hawaiian artifacts, a historic courthouse, and a glimpse at how a Hawaiian chief would have lived pre-contact. The courthouse, which was built in 1871 and is on the National Register of Historic Places, is still operational.

  • Maui Ocean Center: Located in Ma’alaea, the Maui Ocean Center highlights the marine life and biodiversity that make Maui such an exceptional marine destination. The Ocean Center is dedicated to conservation and sustainability efforts, and they seek to foster appreciation and respect for the state’s marine life. You will find exhibits on Hawaiian history, sharks, whales, coral reefs, and more. There are touch tanks, colorful dioramas, and interactive exhibits, which make your visit truly immersive.  

Shopping

Whether you’re on the hunt for souvenirs, art, or want to add a few new pieces to your wardrobe, Maui has some fantastic shopping options. Bounce recommends the following spots for shopping excursions on Maui. Don’t forget to leave your luggage with a Bounce partner for safekeeping while you shop!

  • Shops at Wailea: This large, open-air shopping center is located in Wailea and features over 70 shops and restaurants. You’ll find a selection of designer brands like Louis Vuitton and Gucci as well as popular favorites like Banana Republic and Lululemon. The plaza is also host to a range of galleries and boutiques featuring local art and goods. 

  • Whalers Village: Located in Lahaina, Whalers Village is a multi-level outdoor, oceanfront mall with a range of shops that includes national and international chains as well as local boutiques. Whether you need souvenirs, a new pair of board shorts, locally crafted jewelry, or something more, you’re sure to find it in this modern mall. 

  • Maui Swap Meet: The largest flea market on Maui takes place every Saturday in the parking lot of the University of Hawaii Maui College. If you’re a bargain hunter, this is the best place to look for affordable souvenirs, clothing items, and even fresh veggies. And, if shopping wears you out, fuel up with a bite from one of the food trucks found on-site.

Dining

Maui has a vibrant foodie scene offering up a mix of traditional Hawaiian cuisine as well as influences from China, Japan, and beyond. Whether you’re dining at a casual poke shack, rehydrating with shaved ice, or sampling traditional Hawaiian barbecue, your taste buds are sure to be delighted. The following are a few restaurants that will help you experience the range of culinary options to be found on Maui.

  • Kula Bistro: This family-style restaurant is located in Haleakala and serves up homestyle Italian-inspired dishes in a casual setting. The menu features Italian mainstays like Shrimp scampi and Chicken Parmesan and adds an Italian flair to local favorites, like a Mahi Mahi sandwich on focaccia bread. If you like great food, a friendly atmosphere, and reasonable prices, this spot is sure to delight you. If you want a cocktail with your meal, you’ll have to plan ahead because this restaurant is BYOB.

  • Lahaina Grill: Located within the storied Lahaina Inn in Lahaina, this popular spot has been voted Maui’s best restaurant for 26 years running. The menu features a diverse collection of contemporary Hawaiian dishes, often incorporating influences from places like China, Mexico, and beyond. Be sure to save room for dessert because, with nine mouth-watering options, you won’t be able to resist indulging.

  • Mama’s Fish House: Seafood lovers will be unable to resist this charming family-run joint, located in Paia. The restaurant’s dishes feature fresh, locally caught Maui seafood, and the menu states who caught the fish and where. As a result, menu items are subject to change regularly. The cocktail menu includes a variety of tropical options that are sure to be enticing as well.

Safety 

Hawaii is famous for its large, naturally beautiful islands. Maui is 2nd largest of these islands, as well as one of the most tourist-friendly. From sightseeing to windsurfing and kiteboarding, there’s so much to do in Maui that it’s almost overwhelming. Maui also houses numerous museums and cultural exhibits that are must-sees for first-time visitors. It’s no surprise that Maui’s population is steadily growing; back in 2010, the “Big Island” had a population of 144,444 citizens. By now, that number has no doubt drastically increased. Maui’s agriculture, information technology, and astrophysics industries are also booming. The world-famous Haleakala Observatory, for example, is located right inside of Maui’s borders. 

We could honestly go on and on about Maui until the cows come home. Case in point – Maui is a fantastic tourist destination, and you should visit it ASAP. But before you head over to the Big Island, you should learn about Maui’s crime statistics. In 2016, Maui had a crime rate of about 3,758 crimes per 100,000 citizens. However, Maui’s crime rate has since dropped in recent years. Now, the city has a total crime rate of about 35%. Roughly 9% of those crimes are violent crimes, while approximately 27% are property related crimes. This data suggests that crimes like assault and battery are much less common than theft or vandalism. Overall, you should have a great time in Maui – so long as you properly prepare for the trip. Bounce’s luggage storage services can help you protect your property.

Frequently Asked Questions

“What’s the best way to get around Maui?”

  • You’re essentially going to need consistent access to some kind of vehicle while you’re visiting Maui. It can be challenging to navigate Hawaii’s islands entirely on foot. Maui’s rail system is still under development, meaning that public transportation isn’t nearly as fast as driving or ride-sharing. 

“Is public transportation in Maui safe?”

  • Public Transportation in Maui is safe, but it’s not necessarily reliable. Buses and trains can arrive much later than they’re scheduled to, sometimes even as much as 30 minutes late. 

“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in Maui?”

  • Well, this answer sort of depends on what type of experience you’re looking for. Wailea is famous for its luxury hotels and resorts. Kihei and Honokowai-Kahana-Napili are renowned for their fantastic condos. 

“What are the best museums to visit in Maui?”

  • Hale Pa‘i chronicles Maui’s contemporary history, including its incorporation into the United States. The name says it all with Camp Maui’s World War II Legacy. Lastly, you have to visit the Makawao History Museum.

“What’s the best time of year to visit Maui?”

  • We’d highly advise against visiting Maui during the summer – unless, that is, if you want to pay through the nose for airline tickets and hotel rooms, then deal with massive crowds of other tourists during your trip. Spring and fall are the best times to visit the Big Island.

Reviews

Autumn Price

Very quick with checking my bag in and returning them in Maui. The staff here is super friendly and professional. Thank you!

James Carter

Super easy and convenient. Really nice guy helping us in Maui. They supply zip ties for bags to ensure they are not opened.

Princeton Miller

The location in Maui was, just one block away from train stop, was amazing and customer service was superb. Highly recommend!

Frequently asked questions

  • Where is the best places to stay and eat while in Maui?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Seaside Seafoods Market, Chillie's (2nd dlr), and Mercato Centrale. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Maui are Manila Hotel, Malate Pensionne, and Conrad Manila. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels in Maui are El Cielito Inn, Mariners Safehouse Modesto Branch, and The Jeepney House.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Maui?

    Maui offers several scenic parks including Rizal Park, Paco Park, and Museo Pambata.

  • What public transportation exists within Maui?

    When flying to Maui, you're likely to pass through Ninoy Aquino International Airport. You're likely to pass through Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange, Alps The Bus, or Ohayami Transit if arriving by bus and Tutuban or Pasay Road if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like Araneta Center - Cubao, Betty Go - Belmonte, or Recto can be used for transit within Maui

  • What are the best museums and historical attractions in Maui?

    If you're looking for a good museum in Maui, we recommend Casa Manila Museum, Malacañan Palace, and National Museum of Fine Arts. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Maui's most popular historical attractions including San Agustin Church, San Sebastian Basilica, or Bahay Nakpil-Bautista and monuments like Rizal Monument, Nicanor Reyes Square, or Mendiola Peace Arch. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Intendencia, Fort San Antonio Abad, or Santa Lucia Barracks Ruins.

  • Where can I store my luggage in Maui?

    We've partnered with local Maui businesses around the city who offer a dedicated storage room or a designated area that's off limits for customers.