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The best RV & campervan rentals in Hawaii

The four main islands of Hawai’i are Oahu, Maui, Da' Big Island, and Kauai. With much to offer for any outdoor enthusiast. There are no shortage of activities like snorkeling, hiking up volcanoes, or relaxing on beautiful black sand beaches. A campervan rental is a fun way to travel around the islands of Hawaii.

Rocky - Maui Westy Campers

Volkswagen Westfalia

Pop-Top in Kahului

$149/ night
NEW 2022 Ram Promaster Coachmen Nova w/ Full Bath & Kitchen near Makawao

Dodge Ram Promaster (159" WB)

High Top in Makawao

$250/ night

On Oahu, Koko Head Crater has more than 1,000 steps to climb in order to reach the summit. What a great way to get those stair steps in! Once at the top there are breathtaking views of Hanauma Bay and Waikiki in one direction and the Koko Head Crater in the other. There are many ways to take advantage of activities around the island in a campervan rental, easy access being the biggest perk. 

At the top of Haleakala Volcano on Maui, you can watch the sunrise, then ride a mountain bike all the way down the steep road to the bottom with twists, curves, and amazing views. Waimoku Falls is Maui’s tallest waterfall at 120 meters and is located in Haleakala Volcano National Park. The hike is 6 km and goes through muddy terrain, several swimming holes, and past Makahiku Falls before you reach your destination.

The Big Island’s official name is Hawai’i and is the largest island in the chain. The island is highly volcanic, visiting and watching active volcanos is a popular activity. With all the volcanic rock on the shore of the island, you can visit black sand beaches which will likely be the highlight of your campervan trip. Erupting since 1983, Kilauea Volcano is one of the world’s most active volcanoes.

Hawaii Fun Facts

The State of Hawaii’s ocean coastline is the fourth-longest in the U.S. at about 750 miles.

The Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, which are uninhabited, make up most of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, the largest protected area in the U.S. and the third-largest in the world.

Becoming a state on August 21, 1959, Hawaii is the most recent state admitted to the union.

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

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