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Hawaii Travel Tips

Maui, Oahu, Kauai and the Big Island Hawaii are the 4 main Hawaiian islands that travelers visit.

Each island is very unique and magical, but to explore them you’ll need a rental car.

Our years of experience can guide you in a direction that will save you money and enhance your journey.

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The Travel Tips below will help you navigate the car rental process and help you plan next your Hawaiian adventure.

Honolulu - HNL

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport: still Hawaii’s largest airport. One of the world’s largest, busiest and most beautiful airports, hosting over 21 million travellers per year.
Honolulu - HNL

Maui Kahului - OGG

Maui’s main airport, complete with shopping, dining and a beer kiosk. If you're flying to Maui on a commercial passenger airline, OGG is where you’ll be landing.
Maui Kahului - OGG

Kauai Lihue - LIH

Eight gates, two runways and a tiki bar. LIH may be small, but it still hosts overseas and international carriers.
Kauai Lihue - LIH

Kona - KOA

Also known simply as Kona, the Big Island airport. Travelers love its open-air design, ease of navigation, and especially its tiki hut-style roofs.
Kona - KOA

Hilo – ITO

The Big Island’s little airport is host to an airport lounge, gift shop, lei stand, newsstand, and restaurant.
Hilo – ITO

Molokai - MKK

A small airport on Molokai that services flights to and from other islands.
Molokai - MKK