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Hawaii is one of the largest state in the United States, so the best way to get around Hawaii is with a rental car. By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all that Hawaii has to offer. If you are driving through the islands of Hawaii, some of the top cities to visit are:
The island of Oahu is larger than it looks. So, the best way to get around Oahu is with a rental car. Drive down to Waikiki's Kalakau Drive. Once there you can park and enjoy Waikiki beach and the many restaurants and hotels that line the beach. Although there is plenty to see and do in the city of Honolulu, you will want to use your rental car to drive out of Waikiki to see many of the tourist sites located on the Island of Oahu. Consider driving out to the Pearl Harbor Memorial and the Arizona Memorial about a 40-minute drive from downtown Waikiki. Other sights worth driving to are the famous North Shore, Hanauma Bay for snorkeling and the North East side of the Island where the Polynesian Cultural Center is located.
Maui is one of the largest Islands in the Hawaiian Chain. So, the best way to get around Maui is with a rental car. By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all that Maui has to offer. The most popular areas of Maui are the resort towns of Kaanapali on the Northwest side of the Island and Wailea on the Southwest side of the island. If you want a little more privacy, you can drive up to the Northside of the Island where the famous golf courses of Kapalua are located. Although there is plenty to see and do on Maui, you will want to use your rental car to drive out too many of the tourist attractions surrounding the island of Maui. Early risers will want to drive out to the Haleakala National Park to catch the sunset from the summit. You should consider taking the 65-mile picturesque, windy road to Hana and end at the Wai’anapanapa State Park Black Sand Beach.
The best way to get around the Island of Kauai and its surrounding towns and countryside is with a rental car. By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all that Kauai has to offer. Some of the sights worth driving to are the towns of Kappa, Poipu and Hanalei. Hop in the car and drive out to one of the gorgeous world-class golf courses for a fun day of golf. If you are looking for some adventure, consider driving out to Kauai's own Grand Canyon, the famous Waimea Canyon State Park and go for a hike. Consider driving out to the beaches of Poipu for a fun day of snorkeling. You should also consider driving along the stunning Na Pali Coast. Finally, no trip to Kauai is complete without some good Hawaii local plate lunches and shaved ice. Be sure to stop at one of the many roadside Hawaii stands for some delicious Hawaiian local food.
By renting a car you will have the flexibility to see all that the Big Island has to offer. When there are no clouds on the island load the rental car up and drive up to the Mauna Kea Volcano Observatory. Watch the sunrise from Mauna Kea Summit. Although there is plenty to see and do on the Big Island, you will want to use your rental car to drive out too many of the tourist attractions surrounding the Big Island. Some of the sights to drive to are the beach towns of Waimea, Hawi, Waikoloa Village, Hilo and the historic Kailua-Kona Village. Drive out to Lava Beach Club to catch the sunset. Play a round of golf at the Mauna Kea Golf Course. Both destinations are a 30-minute drive from downtown Kona. Two gorgeous beaches that are accessed only by car is the Manini’owali Beach and the Kahaluu Beach Park. Both beaches are 20 minutes from Kona. Drive to Hapuna Beach State Park the Big Islands most popular and largest beach about an hour from Kailua.