Mele Ukulele is “the web's best source of quality hand-made solid wood ukuleles” and has a store in Wailuku, Maui.
Bounty Music is a “Maui based store and website source of ukulele and Ukulele Link Listings of sites relating to ukes.”
Kamaka Hawaii, Inc. is a family owned and operated business, “makers of Hawaii’s finest ukuleles since 1916,” and has a store in Honolulu on Oahu Island.
Holualoa Ukulele Gallery is a place on the Big Island of Hawaii that “displays ukuleles created by ukulele makers from around these Hawaii Islands.”
Ukulele Guild of Hawaii is a “non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, perpetuation and promotion of the 'ukulele as a significant musical instrument.”
Ukulele Hall of Fame Museum is a “non-profit organization dedicated to document, preserve and promote the history of the ukulele, its players, and makers, as well as to inspire and engage people everywhere in the perpetuation of the ukulele and ukulele music through performances and exhibits.”
Ukulele Festivals of Hawaii is a “non-profit organization started in 2004 by Roy and Kathy Sakuma, to bring laughter, love and hope to children and adults throughout Hawaii and the world through the music of the ukulele.” Festivals are held annually on the islands of Oahu, Hawaii, Kauai, and Maui.
HAWAIIAN MUSIC SOURCES
Mele.com website is a resource for Hawaiian music lyrics and more.
Huapala.org website is a resource for Hawaiian music and hula archives.
Squareone.org website is a source for lyrics to Hawaiian songs written in English.
TRAVEL INFORMATION FOR MAUI
Maui Visitors Bureau website to help you plan to say “Here today, gone to Maui.”