Overlander Truck Rental Kauai
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Overlander Truck Rental Kauai
Are you looking for a fun way to explore Kauai – the Garden Island of Hawaii?
We offer top quality rental campers furnished with a complete kitchen set, bedding & camping and beach gear, ideal for your next camping trip. You most likely don’t want to come back to the normal hotel accommodation after you go through what it’s like to relax in a fully equipped roof top tent camper.
Overlander Truck Rental for Your Holiday in Kauai
Our Toyota 4Runner and Tacoma overland camping trucks are perfect if you are planning on visiting Kauai on and off the beaten path and escaping into mother nature. Encounter breathtaking sunsets and delightful seashores from the comfort of your personal, ready-to-go, exclusive roof top camping truck setup.
Whether you are looking for an adventurous type camping vacation or perhaps wish for a pleasant place to rest at night, we have the things you need!! As all of our customers come back saying, nothing will provide a better way to discover Kauai than traveling around with one of our Best Kauai Overlander Truck Rentals at Kauai Rooftop Campers!
Why Choose an Overlander Truck for Your Kauai Adventure?
You could opt for the ordinary – standard car rentals and conventional hotels – but where’s the panache in that? When you take the wheel of one of our Overlander trucks, you’re not just driving; you’re steering your vacation into an epic experience. What sets these trucks apart is their custom-built nature, tailored for rugged escapades and cozy nights under the stars.
They come loaded with industry-specific features – like Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) and High Ground Clearance – that make navigating Kauai’s varying terrains a breeze. In addition, your camping setup is already mounted atop your truck, eliminating the hassle of pitching tents and setup time.
Our Overlander trucks offer a unique blend of comfort and utility that simply can’t be matched by regular rentals. With these trucks, you’ve got a fully furnished suite on wheels, complete with kitchen amenities and sleeping arrangements.
You’re not just renting a vehicle; you’re securing a holistic travel experience. Get in touch with us today and take the first step toward an unforgettable Kauai adventure!
What’s Included in Your Overlander Truck Rental
When you rent with us, we aim to tick off every item on your camping checklist before you even have to think about it. We equip our Overlander trucks with top-of-the-line rooftop tents capable of sleeping three. Also, we throw in an additional 4-person tent for those who like a little more space or have a larger party.
The kitchens in our trucks are a chef’s outdoor dream – stove, cooking equipment, and even a supply of Kauai coffee are all included. Need gear for daytime activities? We’ve got you covered with chairs, tables, and beach umbrellas. Surfboards and boogie boards are available upon request, allowing you to ride the waves like a local.
Safety and Insurance
In an industry where the unexpected can and often does happen, being prepared is not just an option – it’s a necessity. Our Overlander trucks undergo regular maintenance and safety checks to ensure that your adventure is smooth and without hiccups.
Concerned about age and insurance? We typically work with adventurers who are 25 years and older, but we’re open to making exceptions based on insurance qualifications.
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Ready to transform your Kauai experience into something truly memorable? There are few better options than choosing an Overlander truck for your next journey. Dial (808) 500-6574 to kick-start your Hawaiian adventure with Kauai Rooftop Campers.
We prefer to do business with clients who are 25 years and above due to our insurance coverage restrictions. Having said that, depending on your situation, whenever possible, we strive to be accommodating.
In case you are younger than 25 years, try contacting your insurer to see if you would be insured for rental vehicles, particularly for pick-up trucks, after which you can contact us.
Indeed! Please keep in mind that using our rooftop camping vehicles you’ll have to climb a little ladder. If this is a concern, we also offer an additional tent with every package which you can set up on the ground. This could be more comfortable for you and your young children.
The camping trucks sleep three people at most, though if there are more within your party, we do provide an extra tent, too. With this, we can easily fit up to 5 people. Each of our vehicles has 5 seatbelts.
Yes, we offer surfboards and boogie boards as well as fins on request for a small fee. Just let us know in advance if you want to rent one, so that we can add it to your booking and have it ready for you at departure.
Sure, each vehicle has a Kauai guidebook which details maps and information on the best spots to see & go camping on Kauai.
You may go to any beach, however, you can only put up your camp in official camping sites. This is the usual practice here on Kauai. We’ll provide you with a list of the ideal locations to check out and also to camp in. Please be aware that driving a vehicle on the beaches isn’t permitted on Kauai.
No, wild camping is not permitted in Kauai. You should only camp in specific areas with a valid camping permit. The charge is about $3 per night stay in most Kauai county campgrounds, but private camping grounds could be a bit more. One particular advantage of these camping grounds is that you will have complete access to amenities, like bathrooms, showers & picnic dining tables. Please be aware that if you decide to camp on the county camp sites, you are only allowed to set up the ground tent.
- Kōkeʻe State Park (need camping permit): Kokee Rd, Hwy 550, Kekaha, HI 96752
- Sugi Grove Campground (need camping permit): Access from MohihiCamp 10 Road, starting 100 yards past Kōkeʻe State Park headquarters along Highway 550. Latitude 22.13 N, Longitude -159.622 W.
- YMCA of Kaua’i (camping without a permit but reservation is required): 4477 Nuhou St, Lihue, HI 96766
- Kumu Camp: Anahola Beach Retreat (camping without a permit but reservation is required): 4275 Poha Rd, Anahola, HI 96703
- Camp Nau’e YMCA (camping without a permit but reservation is required): 7420 Kuhio Hwy, Hanalei, Kauai, HI 96714
- Camp Slogget operated by YWCA Kaua’i in beautiful Koke’e State Park (camping without a permit but reservation is required): get directions from their web page https://ywcakauai.org/camp-sloggett
- Camp Hale Koa – private campground in Koke’e State Park (camping without a permit but reservation is required): this is for larger groups only, for more info, please visit their website http://camphalekoa.com
It’s a better to obtain your Kauai camping license before your trip. For most private campsites, which we always recommend first, you can get your licenses online and also on-the-spot in the respective office.
If you choose to camp at a county campground and set up a ground tent, you may ask for permits by visiting the “County of Kauai Camping Information” webpage.
Up-front, the charges are $3 per night for nonresidents of Hawaii. Payment methods accepted with this application are cashier’s checks and money orders. However, it’s not absolutely necessary to book your camping licenses before your planned arrival. You could also obtain them at the different permit offices on the island, which is typically easier.
If you decide to stay at a state or private camping ground, both online and in person reservations are possible. Please note that if you choose to stay at a county campsite, mail-in applications are easy to submit, however it can take quite some time to obtain your permits. Permits can be obtained at the permit offices on Kauai upon arrival; in-person permits are given on-the-spot.