1992 GMC Vandura

  • Sleeps 2
  • Length 17ft
  • Year 1992
Kailua Kona, HI
18 reviews

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About this RV

Meet Vana the Vandura!

She's a 1992 GMC Vandura. She loves to cruise and camp at Kona's beautiful beaches. Stargaze the night away from her roof. Will you take her on an adventure? She'll love you forever.

Vana sleeps two comfortably, with a large plush couch that folds down into a queen size bed. Her windows are tinted for privacy and also have curtains. She has interior lights throughout the cabin, and power locks and windows. She is set up with an inverter so you can run a fan, TV, and other electronics. One of our favorite features is her rooftop - there’s a ladder to climb up on top and it’s perfect for stargazing and sunset watching. Vana is super fun to drive with her V-8 engine - she’s a total hot rod - and uber comfy captains seats that have you sitting up high.

For your entertainment we have a TV and DVD player and a selection of movies to choose from. You can run a 2+ hour movie no problem. Just remember to power off the inverter after you're done.

For cooking: we have a gas camp stove and kitchen set with pots, pans, dishes, silverware, dish bin, towel and soap for two included. A 6 gallon water jug is included. (Fill it up at Walmart or Island Naturals parking lots in Kona.) A can of butane for the stove is provided. For facilities - there are many beach parks up and down the coast with public bathrooms and showers.

As far as where to camp - we advise reserving ahead at one of the county beach parks. You can also free camp or park in town somewhere at your own risk.

Once you book, we will share a link to VANA'S GOOGLE MAP - with information about camping, places to eat, beaches, points of interest, activities and more. This exclusive map is based on 7 years of experience living on and exploring this beautiful island.

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

Sheets and pillows

Camp stove & butane gas

Kitchen set

Dish bin, soap, sponge, towel

6 gallon water jug - you fill

2 bath towels

2 beach towels

Bluetooth stereo

USB phone charging station

Flatscreen TV, DVD player, movies

Fan

Vacuum

Large cooler

2 camping chairs

Big Island Revealed Guide Book

Link to Vana's Google Map

Instruction guide to the Van

Vana's owner is a mechanic with a successful automotive repair business in Kona. She is extremely well cared for, and fine tuned to run like a dream.

PICK UP/DROP OFF

Now the Uber and Lyft are servicing the Kona airport, we no longer offer airport pickup/drop off. Vana is parked at the auto shop, which is a 10 minute or less ride from the airport, and costs about $15 on Uber. She has a lock box so you can pickup/drop off at any time. Once you book, we will send a message with the lock box code and her location.


RV details

1992 GMC Vandura

Length
17 feet
Sleeps
2
Year
1992
Transmission: Automatic
Water: 6 gallons

Amenities

Temperature control

Air conditioner
Heater
Ceiling fan

Kitchen

Stove / range

Other features

TV / DVD
Audio inputs
Inverter
Radio
CD player

Rules

No pets allowed
No festivals allowed
No smoking allowed

Additional rules

Renter must be an approved driver with Outdoorsy and qualify for insurance. Van cannot be rented without insurance. Thank you!


Policies

Cancellation policy Moderate

  • 75% refund, minus service fee, if cancelled within 7 days.
  • 50% refund, minus service fee, if cancelled after.

Mileage

150 miles free per day
You will be charged $0.35 for every mile over per day.

Rates

Daily
$150.00 per night
Weekly
$135.00 per night
10% discount
Monthly
$127.50 per night
15% discount
Minimum stay
2 nights
Refundable security deposit
$500.00

Owner fees

Cleaning Fee
$75.00

Optional add-ons

Surfboard $40.00 per day

8' foam top surf board with leash.


Tent $40.00

Sleeps 2 smaller people.


Location


Things to do nearby

Popular spot, especially in the high season. Must reserve a spot online. Beautiful beach hiking, fresh water spring bath, turtles and more.


Beautiful gardens and waterfalls just north of Hilo. Scenic drive.


Amazing waterfall walk just north of Hilo town. Scenic drive up.


Beautiful oriental style gardens right next to Coconut Island and Hilo Bay.


Cool, historic island overlooking all of Hilo bay and Hilo town. Was hit by a Tsunami in the past. Great spot for picnics, swimming, relaxing.

  • Historic
  • Sightseeing
  • Day trip

Best Laulaus - a Hawaiian classic hands down. Tiny family run joint off the highway about 35 mins south of Kona.


Awesome breakfast place in Waimea. Worth the drive from Kona, or on your way to explore the Hamakua Coast. Go on a weekday. Weekends are crazy busy.


An institution. This 24 hour diner is a must go. Gigantic pancakes, kitchy retro feel and sweet waitresses.


Hilo's most popular bar - live music, good food and popular among locals, students and travelers. Centrally located in downtown Hilo on the east side of the island.


Good burgers and bar in central Hilo on east side of the island. Live music sometimes.


Smoothies, hot bar and cold salad bar. Pricey but good selection. Indoor and outdoor seating for eating.


Cheapest gas on island. Must be a Costco member. Also onsite is the store and concessions - Kona's cheapest meal a hot dog and soda for $1.50.


Great Thai food owned and operated by local family. Take out and eat in. Excellent soup!


Good Vietnamese food - Pho, sandwiches on house baked french bread, and Thai iced coffees.


Yummy, grass fed burgers and crispy french fries served up with a special sauce! Skip McDonalds and come here. So good!


Good sushi and Japanese food. Centrally located in Kona, in same shopping center as Safeway.


Try the fish tacos and poke bowls. Lively scene with a bar too.


Authentic Mexican in Kona. Don't be fooled by the places on Ali'i drive. This place is the real deal. Awesome prices too. Good selection of Mexican bottled beers, sodas and spicy salsa!


Sample some Kona coffee and hang out at this community hub. Free wifi, cute dogs, and indoor and outdoor seating. Also local beers, wine and kombucha on tap.


REAL east coast pizza made by a New Yorker. Simply the best pizza in Kona if you like it greasy, cheezy and in big foldable slices.


Try their delicious malasadas - a local style sweet and grab some good old fashioned drive in fare like burgers, chili dogs and more.


Grind down on awesome Hawaiian and Filipino style food. So good, it was featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives!


Local brewery - fantastic beer and ciders made on site! Locals favorite.


Go on a night time Manta Ray snorkel or day time ocean tour in a traditional Hawaiian Outrigger canoe. This family company is simply the best and an unforgettable experience. Book online or call.


This is a small, but popular beach campground on a beautiful grey sand beach about 40 minutes south of Kona. Make a reservation online, because its super popular. Bathrooms and showers. Scenic drive.


24 hour Safeway with bathrooms. Ok place to park in a pinch and spend the night, or grab some food if you need. Located central in Kona town.


Get everything you need here for your trip. McDonalds and groceries inside. Hours are 6 am - 12 am.


Amazing lookout and day hike down into Pololu Valley and it's black sand beach. Fun coffee shops and sightseeing along the way through Hawi town.


Don't miss this amazing park! Camping available inside. Beautiful hikes.


Located inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Basic, with only a pit toilet. Nicer public bathrooms throughout the park are open during normal park hours. For showers you will need to head to beach.


Good stop over point for exploring northern tip of the island. You can pay and reserve online, or just park in the lot and see what happens. Usually not a problem. Nice bathrooms and showers.


There is paid camping on the south side by the surfing beach with bathrooms and showers. Free camping to the north side, accessed via a sand/dirt road. Careful where you park so you don't get stuck.