Sixt rent a car in Hawaii can help you get an affordable deal on a rental car to help your holiday go smoothly. The beautiful Hawaiian islands are always popular with tourists who come for the hot weather, outdoors lifestyle and stunning beaches. Lined with coastal roads, a road trip in Hawaii should be on everyone's bucket list.
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Sixt Car Rental
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Available vehicle categories: Cars & Estates, Sports Cars & Convertibles, 4x4s
At our branches in Maui and Honolulu you'll find a range of modern vehicles with an average age of only 3 months old. Both of our branches are located just by the airport for easy transfers to and from your accommodation, and it's easy to book your car hire via our app or website.
If you're travelling as a family then ask our friendly staff about hiring a child seat for your car. We can also offer extras such as Sat Navs to hire and free cancellations, as well as insuring multiple drivers for car rental if you're travelling as a group.
If you wish to hire a car and you're not from the US, you must produce a valid passport or a valid government-issued ID card alongside your current driving license. If your license is printed with non-Roman Alphabet then you must also have an International Driving Permit. If you're from a country that is not part of the international driver's license treaty, you must bring an official translation of the license alongside the original license.
For car hire in Hawaii, you must be at least 21-24 years of age and you must have held your license for a minimum of 1 year.
If you have an accident in Hawaii it's important to let the police know as soon as possible. The emergency number in Hawaii is 911, and the non-emergency number is 935-3311. Make sure you let your local Sixt branch know as soon as possible too. You should find a report form with the papers of the vehicle.
Hawaii is a group of volcanic islands that are located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Maui and Oahu are two of the most popular islands to visit thanks to their stunning scenery and luxurious hotel resorts.
Maui is the perfect holiday destination for drinking in nature and taking part in activities. It is home to several nature reserves and national parks, most of which are located in the south-east of the island around 1-2 hours' drive from Kahului Airport.
Koolau Forest reserve is always a hit with hikers thanks to its lush valleys. When walking here you may stumble across a peaceful waterfall or lots of beautiful tropical flowers.
Tip:Some of Maui's roads can be a little hair-raising. It may be best to set off for the national parks during the day rather than at night, and to pick a day when weather conditions are clear and calm.
Lanikai Beach is a lovely beach with a name that means 'heavenly sea'. It has been voted one of the best beaches in the world, due to its clean water and soft sand. It is quieter on weekdays, so to bag a great sunbathing spot head down to the beach as early as you can!
Water sports are big in Hawaii, so to explore the area why not hop onto a paddleboard and spend some time in the ocean? For something a little less active, birdwatching is also popular in the area.
Tip:It is not possible to park right by Lanikai, so you'll need to park in Kailua before taking a short shuttle bus to the beach.
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Honolulu in the biggest city in Oahu and is the capital city of the Hawaiian islands, and Kaneohe is the second biggest city. When on Maui, Kahului is the most important city and is home to the island's airport.
In many ways, Honolulu is at the heart of Hawaii. It's a busy, cosmopolitan city with plenty to see and do, and is definitely the party capital! From high-end hotels to expensive shopping boutiques and exclusive nightclubs, there is entertainment to suit all tastes. It is also the cultural hub of Oahu, with art galleries, museums, theatres, and historic sites.
Kaneohe is located on the north-east coast of Oahu, close to lots of busy beach resorts. It's only a short drive from Honolulu Airport which makes it popular with tourists, and it has lots of golf courses that are always a hit with visitors. The peaceful Ho%u02BBomaluhia Botanical Garden is another highlight, with its diverse collection of trees and flowers.
Kahului on Maui is ideal for a spot of shopping, as it has lots of malls and small independent shops. It also has a variety of tourist attractions such as the Maui Arts and Cultural Center and the Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary.
Hawaii generally has a warm temperate climate, with mild breezes and year-round sun. However the weather in Hawaii can change dramatically depending on where you are located and on which island- when you head up into the mountains you may find fog and even snow!
Hawaiian cuisine is unusual and diverse, due to its history of immigration. Popular local ingredients include coconuts, pineapple, sweet potato and fish. The staple dish is named 'poi' and is made from the mashed roots of the taro plant. However, due to the American influence, it's easy to find old favourites like burgers, pizza and fries.
Travelling with children in Hawaii is easy, as it's known to be a hit with families. You'll find lots of family-friendly restaurants and beaches that offer kids menus and fun activities for little ones. Due to its popularity as a romantic honeymoon destination, there are quite a few resorts and hotels that do not allow children, so make sure to check this out before you travel.