Frequently Asked Questions

We are located at:
Anahola Marketplace 4523 Loane St, A-2 Anahola, Kauai Hawaii 96703

Guests normally check-in at 3 pm, but feel free to let us know the time best for you. We are happy to accommodate your travel schedule when we can.

There are a few ways to get to the pick up location from the Lihue airport:
  • We can have you picked up by one of our driver directly for a flat fee of $75. We then drive back to our location and you are good to go.
  • You can also choose to take an Uber to the pick up location. The cost is variable, but is likely around $40 to our office.
  • You can also take the Kauai Bus for $2 to the Anahola bus station, which is the nearest stop to the pick up location. The schedule timings are not always regular, so be sure to check the bus schedule if you choose this option (Bus Schedule).
  • No we don't offer to have the vehicle picked up or dropped off at the airpot. We can definitely have you pick you up and dropped off at the airport. We offer airport pick ups and drop offs for a flat fee of $150.

No, it is $75 each way.

You can easily reserve a pick up/drop off later, after your initial booking, by simply sending us a message. If you decide to cancel your pick up at a later time, we will refund you the full amount, no questions asked as long as it is within 24 hours of your ride.

  • We try to work with clients who are twenty-five years and older. However, depending on your circumstances, we may be able to work with you.
  • If you are younger than twenty-five, try checking with your insurer to see if you would be covered for rental vehicles first.

We normally set a minimum of three nights for a booking. However, let us know your preferred arrangements, and we can try to accommodate to suit your needs.

Readjusting your booking dates is possible. On our end, it is generally easier to add a day or two, than is to reduce the number of days, as it may be difficult for us to rebook those dates at that time.

We can accommodate four people at most, though if there are more in your party, we do offer an extra tent as well. With this, we are able to allow for up to 5 people.

Yes! With the rooftop camper, you would need to climb up a small ladder. If this is an issue, we also offer an extra tent you can set up on the ground. This may be more comfortable for both you and your kids.

It’s easy! Here is a video you can check out in advance, giving you all you’ll need to know in order to set up the tent. (Watch the video here)

Yes, sleeping in the tent is very comfortable! The tent is quite cozy and spacious, and includes a plushy, three-inch memory foam mat. You’ll be right at home!

Yes, we offer surfboards and boogie boards and fins upon request for a small fee. Simply let us know in advance if you would like to use them, so we can prepare them for you. Just make sure to return it after use. 🙂

As long as you have a copy of your driver’s license, physical or digital, you are good to go! Upon booking, you can provide us with the copy and a photo ID.

Yes, we will give you an extensive guide map of the best spots to visit and camp out in Kauai.

You can drive around Kauai on paved roads wherever you want, however, you can only set up camp in designated sites. This is the usual practice here. We will provide you with a list of the best places to visit and to camp in.

No, wild camping is not allowed in Kaua’i. You may only camp in designated areas with secured camping permits. The cost for permits ranges from $3 per night to $20. All campgrounds give you access to amenities, such as showers, bathrooms, and picnic tables in each park.

Polihale State Park : CLOSED
Roof Top tent not allowed.
  • End of five-mile long dirt road from Mana Village, off Kaumuali'i Highway (Highway 50), Waimea, HI 96766
  • Camping permit required
  • Make a reservation online
Kōkeʻe State Park
Roof Top tent not allowed. Sugi Grove Campground
Roof Top tent not allowed.
  • Access from Mohihi-Camp 10 Road, starting 100 yards past Kōkeʻe State Park headquarters along Highway 550. Latitude 22.13 N, Longitude -159.622 W.
  • Need camping permit
  • Make a reservation online

Kumu Camp: Anahola Beach Retreat
Roof Top Tent allowed.
  • 4275 Poha Rd, Anahola, HI 96703
  • Call to make reservation (Ph: 808-631-9082)
Camp Nau’e YMCA
Roof Top tent allowed
  • 7420 Kuhio Hwy, Hanalei, Kauai, HI 96714
  • Call to make reservation (Ph: 808-826-6419)
Hāʻena State Park: CLOSED
  • 6CC9+8R Wainiha, Hawaii, Kapaʻa, HI 96746
  • Need camping permit
  • Obtain in advance with mail-in application or in person at permit offices: Make a reservation online
It is a good idea to obtain your camping permits before your trip. You can request permits by visiting the “County of Kaua’i Camping Information” page online here. There you can download the application to print, fill out, and send in to reserve your permit.

In advance, the fees are $3 per night for nonresidents of Hawaii. Accepted payment methods with this application are cashier’s checks and money orders.

However, it is not absolutely necessary to reserve your camping permits before your arrival. You can also obtain them at the various permit offices on the island.

Camping permit office locations:

  • Lihuʻe Civic Center
    4444 Rice Street, Piʻikoi Building Lobby
    Ph: 808-241-6858
    Monday thru Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
    CLOSED FOR LUNCH: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
    (actual time may vary slightly depending on how busy it may be)
  • Kalaheo Neighborhood Center
    4480 Papalina Road, Kalaheo
    Ph: 808-332-9770
    Monday thru Friday: 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  • Hanapepe Neighborhood Center
    4451 Puolo Road, Hanapepe
    Ph: 808-335-3731
    Monday thru Friday: 8:00am to 12:00 pm
  • Kapa’a Neighborhood Center
    4491 Kou Street, Kapaa
    Ph: 808-822-1931
    Mon, Wed, Fri: 10:00 am -12:00 pm Tue, Thur: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Hanalei Neighborhood Center
    5-5358 Kuhio Highway, Hanalei
    Ph: 808-826-5153
    Mon thru Fri, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
  • Our rental insurance includes three protection packages you can choose from to get the coverage you need. You will just need to sign a separate agreement to upon booking. Ask us and we will send you a quote from a third party insurer.
  • These packages do have a deductible, that is often $1000 in the case that something happens. This is standard in the United States. If you are not from the US, you can still apply for the insurance using your driver’s license.

The Hawaii State Rental Motor Vehicle Surcharge Tax is for rentals to drivers without a valid Hawaii driver's license. If this applies to you, you will need to pay the surcharge; it is only $5.50 per day.

Yes, we do offer late drop-offs or early departures, $65 on a case by case basis.

We love to stay in touch! You can easily send us a message here or call us at 808-500-6574. For more contact information please visit Contact US page. We’re also on Instagram.

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