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Hawaii Car Rental

 

Hawaii is comprised of six stunning islands that are accessible to the public. Whether you're headed to Molokai for its strong Aloha spirit, Maui for its trails, or Oahu for its mouth-watering eats, Hawaii will deliver an unforgettable vacation experience. You don't have to enjoy a single island while you're here, either. Day trips with short flights between the islands give you a chance to try it all. Find your favorite swimsuit, stock up on the sunscreen, and start planning your Hawaiian vacation now. See which Hawaiian island is best for your family prior to making your reservation.

 

What to Do in Hawaii
Family Day Trips Around Hawaii
Travel Tips for Hawaii
Best Times to Visit
Getting Around in Hawaii


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Hilo Intl Arpt (ITO)

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131 Kekuanaoa St Hilo, HI 96720 US Opens in a new application

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Honolulu Intl Airport (HNL)

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Kahului Arpt (OGG)

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Kapalua Arpt (JHM)

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Hawaii Aulani Resort

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Waikiki Discovery Bay

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Waikiki Kaiulani

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Waikoloa Hilton


What to Do in Hawaii

 

Hawaii is a tropical paradise packed with adventures. Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park on the Island of Hawaii is as majestic as it sounds, with over 150 miles of hiking trails that offer views of steaming vents, deep craters, cinder cones, and lava lakes. The Kilauea Visitor Center can provide you with all the latest information on volcanic activity and trail accessibility so you can plan your explorations accordingly.

 

Hanauma Bay, located on the southeastern tip of Oahu, is a must-see for visitors who want to enjoy the rich aquatic wildlife of Hawaii. Home to a beautiful nature preserve, Hanauma Bay is a prime destination for snorkeling. Touring these waters, you'll find red pencil sea urchins, oval squid, moray eels, butterflyfish, spotted pufferfish, and green sea turtles. The preserve is closed Tuesdays, so plan your visit accordingly.

 

If you're interested in the history of Hawaii, head to Pu'uhonua O Hōnaunau National Historical Park. Located on the South Kona coast of the Big Island, this park spans around 420 acres including two coastal areas. Pu'uhonua was once a great Hawaiian sanctuary. Offenders of the law were sentenced to death, but they could escape their punishment if they fled to this area for absolution from the kahuna priest.

 

The Pu'uhonua O Hōnaunau area was also the ancestral home of the Kamehameha dynasty and seat of the Kona chiefdom. In the park, you can find historic remains, cultural demonstrators, and what's left of the Royal Grounds.

 

For more chances to experience Hawaii's natural beauty, visit the Waimea Arboretum and Botanical Garden on Oahu. Here you'll find 36 botanical collections that highlight the diversity of the Waimea Valley. The gardens range in elevation from sea level to 1,000 feet. As you traverse the gardens, you'll discover a traditional Hawaiian home known as a Kauhale, the Ku'ula Stones dedicated as a shrine to the god of fishermen, and the stunning Majestic Waimea Falls. From the white Bird-of-Paradise to the Cut-Nut tree, there are plenty of intriguing plants to uncover.

 

Family Day Trips Around Hawaii

 

Island hopping is one of the best ways to experience Hawaii. While you can settle yourself in to an exquisite resort with beach access and ample amenities, there's something special about going from one island to the next that will make you feel like you've truly experienced the spirit of the islands.

 

There are many tour operators that offer island-hopping excursions for just this purpose. Your point of origination will determine the best options for a day trip around to nearby islands. If you're staying on Oahu or Maui, hop over to the Big Island for a quick tour of Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park from the air. Once you're grounded, you can take in some of the island's top destinations by bus before concluding your day.

 

Kauai is easily accessible from Oahu as well. Kauai's natural charms make for a pleasant day trip. You can explore the Waimea Canyon, hike to the Wailua Falls, or tour the Na Pali Coast's 15 miles of dramatic cliffs. The Poipu Bay Golf Course, Kilauea Lighthouse, and Hanakapi'ai Beach are among the island's other charms.

 

If you're not too keen on the small airline charters that hop between islands, you can take a ferry for some excursions. Stay on Maui and you can arrange day trips to Molokai and Lanai by boat. Molokai is a charming destination for experiencing some of the quainter Hawaiian delights. You can arrange a private tour of the Molokai Plumeria Orchard and sew your own lei, snag hot Kanemitsu French Bread from Molokai Hot Bread as it comes out of the oven at 10 p.m., or settle into a picturesque spot along the shore for whale watching.

 

Lanai is known as a luxury destination. Its attractions include picturesque picks like the otherworldly Garden of the Gods, stunning Shipwreck Beach, and the snorkeler's paradise of Hulopoe Bay. Make your way around the Munro Trail on a clear day and you can see all six Hawaiian islands in one trip.

 

Travel Tips for Hawaii

 

Hawaii is a fascinating vacation destination with attractions and activities you won't find anywhere else. This is the most isolated population center on the Earth, but Hawaii's six accessible islands offer everything you could want, from gourmet dining and luxury spas to remote hiking trails and secluded beaches. Hawaii is the only state in America to grow coffee. It also supplies over a third of the world's pineapples.

 

Best Times to Visit

 

The climate in Hawaii is welcoming year-round with average daytime temperatures that range from 85 in August and September to 78 between January and March. Since the weather varies so little, it's more important to consider the prices and crowds when timing your visit. Crowds are highest in July and August. They're lowest in September, October, and November. Hotel rates tend to rise and fall with the tourist traffic, so you'll enjoy both low crowds and affordable travel prices during the same seasons.

 

Getting Around in Hawaii

 

While you may need to take a ferry or airplane to get between islands, you'll want a car for traveling between points on the island where you're staying. Much of Hawaii is spread out, so renting a vehicle is often necessary to reach those remote attractions that top your must-see list. Book your vehicle rental early to make sure you get the car of your choice. There's a limited supply on the island, and demand for rentals is often high. SUVs, Jeep Wranglers, tend to be a popular choice at Alamo’s Hawaii locations.

 

Hawaii is a breathtaking paradise escape that feels worlds away, yet it's reassuringly friendly. From rainbow-hued schools of tropical fish to charred volcanic landscapes, these islands have unforgettable sights at every turn.

 

Hawaii Visitor Information:

 

How to Tour Honolulu and Oahu Like a Local

How To Spend the Holidays in Hawaii

 

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