Explore the Island of Hawaii on your own terms and go-anywhere anytime you like! This FJ-Cruiser 4x4 is outfitted with a Tepui roof top tent and all the camping gear necessary to mount your own expedition into our unique island paradise! We offer a unique alternative to the usual car+hotel package, where you spend as much time driving to the sights, as you do seeing them. With our vehicle and tent package, you pick a starting point and then keep going on your own self-guided tour! With over a dozen public and private campgrounds scattered evenly around the island, you will easily be able to explore every part of this lovely island. This an affordable unique alternative to hotels while being even closer to nature.Every night you can looked at the stars from the bed and I've never seen the milky way so clearly ! since most of the campgrounds and State Parks are away from the busy towns, you'll get to enjoy a night of shooting stars from your bed ! - -Best Maui Campgrounds- - •Kipahulu Campground • Located on the back side of Haleakala Volcano within walking distance to the famous Seven Sacred Pools, this campground is perfect for people who want to explore nearby waterfalls, bamboo forests and beaches. $15 entrance fee into Haleakala National Park per vehicle (or FREE with receipt from the summit of Haleakala Volcano if within 3 days). NO PERMIT REQUIRED •Olowalu Campground• Situated directly on the ocean by the best snorkeling and kayaking destination in West Maui, with hot showers, drinking water, sink, restrooms, picnic tables. Great views of the West Maui Mountains and short drive (or walk) to a few restaurants or fruit stand. This campground is located in the most dry area of the island.You can drive in anytime ! $20 PP. They also have a kayak rental business right there in the camp and is an amazing experience some of the best whale watching, snorkeling, and kayaking Maui has to offer !. *YOU DONT NEED PERMITS •Hosmer Grove Campground• Located just below the 7,000 foot elevation level on the slopes of Haleakala Volcano with picnic tables, BBQ grills, toilets, drinking water.Perfect to see Haleakala sunrise ! * YOU DONT NEED PERMITS •Wai’anapanapa State Park Campground • Also along the Road to Hana, this campsite is located by a gorgeous black sand beach, lava tube, natural freshwater caves, sea arches, a blowhole, hiking trail and more. *You must get a camping permit online or in person before you show up. Papalaua Wayside Park- This laid-back beach is a long sliver of sand with amazing snorkeling spots. *PERMIT REQUIRED Free Beach Camping – There is a place call Windmill Beach you can camp for 3 days.NO PERMIT REQUIRED Have a blast and let me know if you have any further questions. Aloha!
Fully equipped to be your transportation,hotel and restaurant.Fully outfitted with the following items •King Bed •Led light for the tent , hand light • Cooler • Burner propane stove • Plates, bowls, cups, silverware and pans. • Cooking utensils • coffee cups • Cutting board • Can opener • Fitted and flat sheet • 2 pillows, with cases • blankets • 2 hand towels • 2 beach towels • 2 Folding camp chairs and camp table.