Hawaii Car Rental

Hawaii car rental

rental car counter, honolulu international airport (Image Credit: www.bluewaikiki.com)

More About Hawaii Car Rental…

While the Hawaiian Islands are relatively small, transportation is still one of a traveller’s key concerns when visiting Hawaii. This is because many attractions are far apart from one another. It is thus recommended to rent a car if you want to go sightseeing.

You can hire a car, van or jeep from major rental companies, such as Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz and National, to get around the islands more conveniently. You need to be above 21 years with a valid driving licence and credit card before being able to book a vehicle. Rental rates start at US$35 per day, with some companies offering discounts. Below are more information about car rental in Hawaii.

Big Island Car Rental

The volcanoes and beaches are sights not to be missed when in Big Island, and there is no better way to enjoy them by renting a car from the two major airports, namely Kona International Airport (KOA) and Hilo International Airport (ITO). Opting for a Hawaii car rental offers a quick and simple way to explore sights that are off the beaten track. A Hawaii Jeep rental, or other 4×4, is especially popular here on the Big Island.

Oahu Car Rental

Although Oahu has an excellent bus system for commuters, it is still a great idea to use an Oahu car rental to access some of the more secluded spots around the island, such as along the quiet yet serene north and west coast, the pineapple fields, and the many other attractions that Oahu has to offer.

Kauai Car Rental

Kauai is comparatively smaller than other islands in Hawaii and is thus easier to get around. A Kauai car rental will allow you to maximise your time while you explore natural landforms and tropical forests. It is recommended to book Kauai car rentals in advance in order to ensure availability.

Maui Car Rental

Maui, being the second largest island, is a wonderful place where you can find magnificent landforms and waterfalls along the road to Hana from Kahului. However, while Maui has a public transportation system, it is difficult to access many areas by bus. Therefore, a Maui car rental will allow you get around more conveniently and visit the many pristine beaches and State Parks which scatter along the coastline.