Blue Hawaii: 2008 Ford Econoline
Blue Hawaii: 2008 Ford Econoline
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In all of the 50 states, Hawaii is one of the most beautiful and scenic and also one of the most visited. It’s no surprise that every year thousands of Americans go to this little state hundreds of miles past the shorelines of California. Sure, there are other islands around the world, but Hawaii is unique because of its American identity, its chill vibes, and amazing people that keep the island running for tourists all year long. Whether it's by cruise or airplane ride, you won’t want to leave Hawaii and what better way to explore every nook and cranny than by booking an RV rental in Kahului.
Kahului is the biggest city on the island of Maui and the urban center of the island. When locals say they are going into to town, they are referring to Kahului because that’s where everything is located, like grocery stores, schools, and the airport. It’s also where a majority of the people work.
Restaurants and nightlife are located in Kahului but there are plenty of outdoor activities going on, too. This is a retreat, or maybe even a paradise, to outdoors explorers because of its awe-inducing beaches and cliffs that are great for surfing and hiking. There is also world-class fishing for anglers wishing to catch that trophy fish, and don’t forget the food. The raw fish appetizer of poke, pronounce “poh-keh”, can now be found all over America, but Hawaii was the originator, and they do poke like no other. Search for an RV in Kahului and explore the island of Maui.
There are tours and guided trips all over the island that should be on everyone's bucket list, from snorkeling along the ocean floor to riding in a helicopter amongst the clouds. For cycling enthusiasts, there is the Skyline Trail where one can expect to cycle to the top of the crater and be above the clouds at 10,000 feet within 45 minutes. This trail, which is open for motorists as well, is incredibly scenic, with a winding road that will most likely be equal parts challenging and rewarding — don’t forget to bring a coat, it gets cold up here.
Of course, Hawaii is surrounded by water and, as the saying goes, when in Rome, do as the Romans do. Snorkel among the fish at the Molokini Crater and swim among the green sea turtles at an area known as Turtle Town. Another water activity for the whole family is surfing, and there are many guides on the island to get you up to speed. Some local guides offer surfing lessons, kitesurfing, windsurfing, and stand-up paddleboarding lessons. Experience the opportunity of a lifetime and learn to surf at one of the birthplaces and holy grails of surfing in the world.
For a less physical activity, you could take the family on a helicopter tour of the island where you will see the island from a whole new perspective and admire the beauty that is Hawaii. Finally, to brush up on history and remember one of the biggest tragedies to befall America, visit the Arizona Memorial to learn about the battle of Pearl Harbor. Tours take off from Maui to Oahu to visit the memorial, which also includes a guided trip of USS Missouri where they signed the surrender agreement. There is so much to do, but no matter what it is, Hawaii is non-stop fun when you rent an RV.
Your motorhome rental in Kahului, HI needs a place to rest, and although there aren’t as many RV parks as there are on the mainland, there are still a few spots in the area. In Kahului, there is a Walmart and other stores that’ll not only have everything you need, but their parking lots are plenty big for most types of RVs. It might not be the most glamorous, but if all you need is somewhere to lay your head for a few hours, then this could be the perfect spot, though be sure to call ahead before parking for the night.
Another option is Kanaha Beach Park, where there are stunning views of the ocean. This campground is mostly for tent campers, but if you’re lacking a tent than maybe it’s time to bust out the hammock and sleep under the stars.
There are plenty of delicious restaurants and fun activities in Kahului. The Maui Ocean Center is a beautiful aquarium with hundreds of species of marine life for your viewing pleasure. To satisfy all shopping needs, look no further than the Maui Swap Meet where you can find everything from art to fresh produce and everything in between. Now there is no excuse for not bringing home souvenirs for everyone back home. After a long day of shopping, one is always famished, and Kahului has tasty morsels on every block. Seafood is king here, of that there is no doubt, but where else will you try Hawaiian cuisine or Hawaiian-Mexican fusion cuisine. There is also standard American fare like burgers and pizza, but don’t miss out on the unique flavors and cuisine of the island.
Rent a motorhome in Kahului and have fun at every turn. Try the food, surf along the coast, snorkel with the turtles or just relax by the beach and read the latest bestseller. This is America's paradise for a reason, so why not travel in style with the best RV rental in Kahului.