Grocery Delivery on Maui has Options November 19, 2013

Many flights into Maui arrive late at night. Add to this the time zone change and chances are your biological clock feels as if it is the middle of the night. Though the warm breezes wake you up (and possibly a Mai Tai as you walk off the plane) once you grab your luggage and rental car the last thing you want to do is go grocery shopping. Luckily, you can pre-order grocery delivery on Maui! This pre-trip planning can make you a super-hero when you arrive to your spot in paradise.

Grocery Delivery on Maui

Don’t shop, hit the beach!

There are two services that specialize in grocery delivery on Maui that I really like and find to be a great resource. These two are: Maui Grocery Service and Concierge Connection.

With Maui Grocery Service, you simply go to their website and pick the items you wish to have delivered. Just give them your shopping list, pick a date and time for the delivery and you are done. I love using them for late night snacks (they even deliver beer and wine) for the day I arrive and also breakfast foods for that first morning. If you happen to be staying at any of my South Maui condos – my on-island contact can allow for delivery before you arrive. Don’t forget to use my last name, “Pauli” at check out for a $10 discount as well.

Another great Grocery Delivery on Maui option is the Concierge Connection. As their name implies, they can also help schedule a luau, dinner, a lei airport greeting or any other great activities while on Maui. Follow the instructions on the Concierge Connection Website for all the details you will need.

If you need more planning resources for your Maui Vacation, jump over to my Maui Island Activities and Resources page. Here you’ll find links to the two Grocery delivery on Maui options as well as baby equipment rentals, golf course info, weather, taxis, and many other planning resources.

As always I’m here to help with any of your Maui Vacation Rental Needs. You can leave questions in the comments or join in our conversations on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Mahalo,
Matt