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Have you always dreamed of visiting Hawaii? See these reasons to visit this exotic destination and do not wait any longer to find flights to Hawaii and hotels in Hawaii. The archipelago is composed of eight main islands of volcanic origin, of which only six are populated like Big Island, Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Malokai and Lanai. In addition to having some of the best beaches in the world along with airports, there are endless activities in Hawaii and RV parks in Hawaii.

Beaches are characterized by their white sands and crystal clear water, true paradises to relax. In addition, the beaches of Hawaii are designed for all types of public, from those looking for large resorts to those who prefer smaller inns. And they offer activities for all tastes, for families, couples and groups of friends.

Costa Hamakua is located among the unmissable beaches, located in the middle of a jungle garden. Punaluu is characterized by its black sand and sea turtles. Onekahakaha is full of small natural pools and Hapuna is one of the most famous due to its great extension and its white sand.

Hawaii is one of the best places in the world for water sports and is considered the mecca of surfing. There are ideal beaches for beginners, with waves of 1 meter high and others, like Waimea Bay or Haleiwa, with waves of more than 6 meters for the more experienced.

The best places in Hawaii to practice windsurfing or kite surfing are Oahu and Maui. Among the things do in Oahu, dive between the caves of Lana'i, the shipwrecks of Oahu, the reefs of Maui, the waves of Moloka'i and much more.

Perhaps the most famous tourist paradise, diving in Hawaii is phenomenal after hiking. Diving is done in Big Island and kayaking, canoeing or fishing are done in all the islands. Make sure your snorkelling tour in Hawaii includes the St. Anthony and the Carthaginian, currently invaded by reefs and a magnificent biodiversity.

Divers are always amazed by the visibility of the Lana'i caverns. Cathedrals I and II are popular places to see new species of fish and rare invertebrates. Enjoy a diving vacation during the winter and maybe you can show off when you return home from seeing humpback whales.

Have you always dreamed of RVing all 50 states in USA? There's just one problem. The state of Hawaii is a series of islands over 2000 miles off the west coast of the mainland. Getting your RV there just isn't practical. Fortunately, there is another solution. RV Rentals are a great way to experience the islands and allow you to RV in the 50th state.

You may have to adjust your expectations to meet the realities of island life. First, RVing is not a big activity on the islands. Because of that, there is a lack of real RV campsites available. Larger RVs are equally rare. The campsites here are instead referred to as drive-up sites suitable for a car and tent, or a campervan type of RV.

There are a number of state, local and national park facilities where you can camp with the appropriate permits. You cannot camp in non-camping designated areas like most of the roadside beaches. Here we will look at the top RV camping destinations in Hawaii.

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1. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park


Hawai'i Volcanos National Park is located on the Big Island of Hawai'i. The park has 2 drive-up campgrounds, Nāmakanipaio and Kulanaokuaiki. Both are located on the eastern side of the island with Hilo being the closest major airport. Either campground offers a great base camp for exploring the park or the surrounding areas.

Nāmakanipaio is the larger and the nicer of the two campgrounds and has access to water. Kulanaokuaiki has only 9 sites with no drinkable water provided on site. Hawai'i. Hawai'i Volcanos National Park has been recovering from the major volcanic eruptions in 2018. There are many locations in the park which are still closed, but the majority is open so now is a great time to visit this area.

A diving paradise with more than 50 dive sites await you on the Big Island of Hawaii. Calm, serene and diverse, many endemic species swim on this island along with a wide variety of eels. The best sites include Two Step, Honokohau Harbor, Mile Marker 4 and Kamakahonu Beach.

2. Haleakala National Park


Haleakala National Park in Maui covers a large area from the top of the Haleakala Volcano down to the seashore south of Hana. With that large expanse of land, they have broken the park up into three major districts. The Summit area is located at the summit of Haleakela. The Kipahulu area is the seaside area south of Hana.

The wilderness area connects the two other areas and is only accessible by foot. Summit and Kipahulu are accessible by car or campervan. There is a huge amount of diversity between the Summit area and Kipahulu. The summit is at 10,000 feet and is typically much cooler than the coastal areas due to the altitude. It is also above the tree line and tends to be a very desolate area.

Kipahulu on the other hand is in the heart of the rainforest with lush jungle, bamboo forest, large waterfalls, the Pacific coastline and 'Ohe'o Gulch. The drive to Kipahulu is typically over the Road to Hana which is considered one of the most scenic drives in the world. Take your time on the drive and enjoy the sights and stops along the way.

Doing so really adds to the experience. Once you arrive a Kipahulu you'll be able to stay the night at one of their many drive up campsites.

The Summit Area has drive-up camping at the Hosmer Grove Campground. It is located just at the tree line on the way up the mountain. The actual summit of the mountain is about a 27 min drive up the switchbacks. This area offers outstanding hiking and some of the best night sky watching anywhere in the US.

3. Lahaina


Before traveling to Maui you should know that the city of Lahaina, was for a long time one of the most important ports of the archipelago, being at the time capital of Hawaii and the most important city of the island. First of all we recommend that you visit the port area. Between Front Street and Moana Street you will find the Jobo Mission, the largest statue dedicated to Buddha located outside of Asia .

Then we recommend you go to Baker Street, where you will find the Wo Hing Temple Museum, built in 1909 by Chinese immigrants who arrived on the island of Maui. This site is a corner of Lahaina that you should not miss.

Following the route through Lahaina, we recommend that you head to the intersection of Front Street and Dickenson. Continuing along this new street you will find the Baldwin Home. To continue the tour of Lahaina, we recommend that you take Calle Wainee and continue towards the junction with Calle Prison, since there you will find the Hale Paahao Prison.

To finish the route through Lahaina, we recommend that you head back to Front Street and head to Banyan Tree Park. This park is interesting to know because it is the park with the largest fig trees in the USA. It is a plantation of fig trees that were exported from India and planted in front of the port and the Palace of Justice of Lahaina with the aim of creating a green park that would symbolize the great diversity of this archipelago.

Among things to do in Maui with kids, surrounded by the beauty of the Pacific Ocean, this chain of islands extends kilometers with shipwrecks, pristine reefs and many adventures. Black Rock is among the best diving sites in Hawaii, on the island of Maui, but there are many other hidden places among the coral reefs.

4. Kaanapali


And beware, we do not say it, say all those who visit it. The Kaanapali Beach is one of the must-see places in Maui. The natural environment is of great value and, in fact, right there you can snorkel, scuba dive and, if you're lucky, you can spot humpback whales. It has crystal clear waters and a fine white sand in which to lie down and relax.

Next we suggest you follow the route through Lahaina on Front Street until you reach the largest shopping center in Maui, Hawaii Whalers Village shopping center, a very exquisite place that we recommend you visit. It includes stores of high purchasing power but the site is very beautiful to see. In this area are the most luxurious hotels on the island.

5. Malaekahana State Recreation Area


This camping area is on the Northeastern side of Oahu, far away from the hustle and bustle of Honolulu. Here, you will experience a much more laid-back Hawaiian atmosphere. In addition to camping there is a sandy beach for swimming, surfing and shore fishing. This makes an excellent place to stay in addition to #4 if you want to tour the island and get the complete island experience.

6. Sand Island State Recreation Area


One of the best RV parks in Honolulu, the Sand Island State Recreation Area offers weekend only camping and is located within the city of Honolulu. This will provide easy access to all the activities, historical sites, dining and beaches that the city has to offer. There is also beach/ocean access adjacent to the camping area. The major benefit to this camping area is its proximity to downtown Honolulu, Pearl Harbor and Waikiki Beach. All of which are less than 30 minutes away.

7. Napali Coast State Wilderness Park


This park has one of the most dramatic landscapes you will find in Hawaii. It is located on the Northwestern shore of Kauai and is home to stunning 4,000-foot tall cliffs, deep valleys, waterfalls and beaches. Here you will find the Kalalau Trail which runs for 11 miles along the coast. It spans between two beaches and traverses 5 valleys where you'll experience waterfalls and the untouched flora and fauna indigenous to the area.

This is the heart of unspoiled Hawaii where visitors can get a true sense of what the islands were originally like. Kauai is home to many green turtles in Hawaii. Visit Turtle Bluff and explore its caves while watching reef sharks. Do not miss Tunnels Beach if you want to see octopus.

Visiting Hawaii also means entering a fascinating culture full of customs and traditions. One of the best known is the flower lei, some wreaths of flowers that are given, as a symbol of affection, when arriving or leaving. Another Hawaiian icon is the hula, which in its beginnings had a religious purpose and today is a popular dance.

Do not wait any longer to spend a week in Hawaii, an exotic, paradisiacal and natural destination, ideal to travel to Hawaii as a couple, with family and friends. Look at the wide range of hotels in Hawaii and travel to the world of hula and surf. Take advantage of the great offers to buy cheap flights to Hawaii and start organizing your next vacation in Hawaii.

Here we have covered 5 of the top RV destinations in Hawaii. There are many more and nearly every populated island has at least one park that allows drive up camping. Compared to the mainland US, each island is extremely small. With the smaller campervan type RVs you can easily camp at many of these locations and drive around to the other sites of the islands during the day, making the whole island the true destination.
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12 comments:

  1. These seem like some really relaxing placed to go RVing. I have yet to do that with my family but it's on my list.

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  2. I bet Hawaii would be gorgeous to go RVing in. It is something that I would love to do one day, thanks for sharing these great parks.

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  3. We love RVing and camping! I didn't even know you could RV in Hawaii and now I definitely want to check it out. Thanks for the list!

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  4. Ive never seen an RV in really life only saw them in movies. Paired with the beaches of Hawaii this could not be a one memorable adventure. Wish i could experience this

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  5. What an awesome adventure! I love pop up camping and would love to camp in Hawaii!

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  6. This is my dream! I love RV camping and doing it in Hawai would be incredible! I bet the weather and the beaches would make this experience incredible! Thanks for this great post!

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  7. Oh wow, We love RV and sounds like a great idea to do it in Hawaii. Thank you for sharing this.

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  8. I have never tried RV but I would love to try it especially in Hawaii. Looks like a perfect place for it.

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  9. I've actually never done RV Camping but I'm willing to give this a try. It seems interesting enough.

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  10. RV Camping is something, which I always look up to whenever I am travelling.

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  11. It would be amazing to take a camping trip to Hawaii. Some place that is definitely on my bucket list.

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  12. My friends are planning to visit Hawaii soon and this could be really helpful. Thanks for this!

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