Maui 4x4 Jeep Wrangler with Rooftop Tent (Silver)

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Maui camping in a Jeep! Enjoy commanding views and cool breezes with the quick setup ROOFTOP TENT that pops open in seconds! The hard-shell pop-top makes it sturdy and rainproof for those surprise showers. Excellent cross ventilation and large screens keep you cool and bug free. A spacious sleeping area (50" x 84"), complete with a High Density Foam mattress and fresh linen sleeps two adults comfortably! Four zip up windows with screens allow for a commanding, panoramic viewing and great cross ventilation. See Maui up close, get into the back roads and explore the hidden wonders of Maui in this 4 wheel drive Jeep! RENTAL INCLUDES: (essential camping items that are hard to bring to Maui) Camping chairs, cooler, solar camping shower, first aid kit, LED lantern and flashlights, two pillows, fresh linen, USB charger and 110VAC inverter for AC power (enough for laptops). IMPORTANT: Pick Up Time: 12:00PM - 5:00PM (133 Hone Street, Kahului) Drop Off Time: 8:00AM - 11:00AM (133 Hone Street, Kahului) Pick Up & Drop Off at 133 Hone Street, Kahului Only. Earlier or later times must be agreed to in writing before booking. Additional fees may apply. Just imagine being in Maui, Hawaii... • Camping on the beaches of Maui with a spacious rooftop tent that sets up in seconds! • Taking the Road to Hana then staying the night at the beautiful Waiʻanapanapa State Park! • Seeing the sunrise AND sunset at Haleakalā when you camp overnight at Hosmer Grove Campground! • Drive to the Pools of ‘Ohe’o (aka Seven Sacred Pools) then camp at Kīpahulu campground! ******** Where Can I Camp In Maui? ******** Being a camper car rental company, we are often asked, "Where can I camp in Maui?" That's a great question! If you are planning a camping trip to Maui, we can help! It's a good idea to have a basic plan on where you will stay, at least for the first night. Here is a short list of some of the places we would recommend checking out (we know of a lot more places too): Hosmer Grove Campgrounds - Haleakala National Park Many visitors will wake up at 2:00AM to make the long drive/tour up to the summit of Haleakala just to catch the sunrise. Others will arrive hours early to save a spot for the sunset show. However, only a few get to see both! This is just one of the many reasons to camp overnight at Hosmer Gove Campground. You can arrive mid-day and hike the trails of Haleakala then return to the summit to watch the sunset. In the morning you can awake to the spectacular sunrise! Park passes can be purchased at the entrance, currently $30.00. The park pass is good for 3 days so you have plenty of time to see all the sights including a sunrise AND sunset! Amenities: Drinkable Water, Car Access, Restrooms, Drive-up Camping Camp Olowalu "Beachfront camping in paradise." is how the folks at Camp Olowalu describe this tucked away camping site. Camp Olowalu makes for a great spot to spend your first night on Maui. Olowalu offers some of the best whale watching, snorkeling and kayaking all wrapped up in a great camp location. Additionally, Camp Olowalu offers Cabins, Tentalows, Beach side Tent Camping and RV Parking (for CampCars). Amenities: Drinkable Water, Car Access, Cabins, Restrooms, Showers, Beach Access Camp Ke'anae (YMCA) If you are looking for a place to make camp on your way to Hana or perhaps on your way back, look no further. The YMCA here offers an assortment of camping options, among the best Maui camping available! They offer cabins, cottages, suites and tent or campervan camping spots! Campervan spots are only $25/person or $40/family, per night! Amenities: Drinkable Water, Car Access, Cabins, Restrooms, Showers, Ice Machine Waiʻanapanapa State Park If you plan on taking the Road to Hana, consider staying in the area overnight. Waiʻanapanapa State Park is a great place to camp. This state park offers a remote, low-cliffed volcanic coastline with a famous black sand beach. Waiʻanapanapa State Park offers an assortment of lodging options including; tent camping, cabins, and RV camping. You can also enjoy picnicking, shore fishing and hiking along Ke Ala Loa O Maui/Piilani Trail. Other features and sights to see include; blow holes, native hala forest, cave, heiau (religious temple) and natural stone arch. Amenities: Drinkable Water, Car Access, Cabins, Restrooms, Showers, Beach Access Need more ideas or information about camping in Maui? Give us a call or send us an email we would be happy to help! Read more
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