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The best campervan rentals on Oahu, HI

Known as “the gathering place”, Oahu is home to the state capital of Honolulu. historic Chinatown, Punchbowl, Waikiki beach, and the Pearl Harbor Memorial. With many RV campgrounds to take advantage of throughout the island, a campervan rental is a great way to see the island.

Offering everything from boutiques in beach towns like Kailua to Oahu’s North Shore, a surfing mecca where surfers from around the world gather each winter to witness the epic sets and world-class surf riders, O’ahu truly has something for everyone. Take a short 45-minute drive to Haleʻiwa Town (with a population of just over 2,200) and find a place that hasn’t changed much since it was founded by missionaries back in 1832.

Waikiki Beach is famous for Duke Kahanamoku, the father of modern surfing. Duke learned and taught people how to surf on the Waikiki break. Waikiki Beach attracts visitors from around the world with its white-sand beaches, proximity to Oahu attractions, and Diamond Head backdrop. With a campervan rental, you can explore more beaches all around the coast surrounding O’ahu.

Hanauma Bay is a very popular snorkeling beach and state-run nature preserve. The calm, shallow waters have abundant coral and sea life to enjoy. There is a short presentation before you are allowed to enter the nature preserve and only reef-safe sunscreen is allowed. There are lifeguards on-duty and get there early to avoid the crowds.

Oahu Fun Facts

Oahu’s most visible landmark is the 761-foot-tall Diamond Head crater.

The highest point on O’ahu is the summit of Mt. Kaʻala in the Waiʻanae Range at 4,020 feet above sea level.

O’ahu enjoys a year-round average temperature of 68 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit, and the coastal rainfall averages 23 inches annually.

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