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The best camper van rentals in Hawaii

Imagine exploring the islands of Hawaii in the comfort and style of a camper van. Breathtaking beaches, lush tropical rainforests, and the perfect weather for being outside make a Hawaii camper van rental one epic bucket list item.

Hawaii is made up of four main islands: Oahu, Maui, Big Island (Hawaii) and Kauai. There’s no shortage of activities like snorkeling, hiking up volcanoes, or relaxing on beautiful black sand beaches. Camper van rentals in Hawaii are a popular mode of travel since the weather is always amazing and the constant ocean breeze is perfect for camping.

Hawaii is home to two major national parks. Haleakala National Park is on the island of Maui and is famous for the massive volcano of the same name. Hiking trails and viewpoints through the park offer an incredible look at the landscape below as well as unforgettable sunrises. Waimoku Falls is Maui’s tallest waterfall at nearly 400 feet and is located within the park. The to reach the falls includes trekking through some pretty muddy terrain but offers the reward of several beautiful swimming holes. Two established campgrounds and several wilderness cabins within the park offer cozy accommodations close to the action.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island. Also famous for volcanic activity and thrilling lava flows, the park service offers guided hikes for those who want to get a tour from a local expert. A camper van is perfect for driving the scenic roads in this park, like Chain of Craters Road or the Crater Rim Drive which feature overlooks and views of the volcanos seldom seen elsewhere in the park. Two campgrounds in the park offer drive up campsites perfect for a camper van.

On the island of Oahu, the hike to Koko Head Crater has more than one thousand steps to climb in order to reach the summit. What a great way to get those stair steps in! At the top are breathtaking views of Hanauma Bay and Waikiki in one direction and in the other the Koko Head Crater, formed by magma and water tens of thousands of years ago. A camper van rental is a seriously fun way to travel around the islands of Hawaii and experience the true magic of paradise.

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Hawaii’s ocean coastline is the fourth longest in the US at about 750 miles.

The uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands make up most of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, the largest protected area in the US and the third largest in the world.

Hawaii is the youngest state the union, becoming part of the US on August 21, 1959.

Hawaii is the only island state in the US, as well as being the only state located in the tropics.

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