Discount Hawaii Jeep Rentals

Discount Hawaii Jeep Rentals2024-07-01T16:13:57+00:00

Welcome to Hawaii Jeeps, your trusted partner for discount Jeep rentals in the beautiful Hawaiian Islands for over 20 years. We specialize in providing well-maintained Jeep rentals for visitors to Maui, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, and the Big Island of Hawaii.

Hawaii Jeep Rentals Since 2004!

Risk-Free Booking:

Book confidently, knowing you can pay at the rental counter for maximum flexibility. We offer one-click free cancellation so that you can make your plans with peace of mind.

Competitive Rates:

We strive to deliver the lowest discount Jeep rental rates available. Our negotiated rates are through trusted providers, ensuring you get the best value for your money.

Variety of Jeeps:

For your visit to the Islands, Choose a 2-door Jeep Wrangler or a 4-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Jeeps are popular, so we recommend reserving your Jeep as soon as possible.

Streamlined Payment Process:

No need to pay today! Settle up when you return your Jeep rental. We’ve simplified the process to make the experience as smooth as possible.

Availability and Booking

If Jeeps do not appear when searching, they may not be available at this time. We recommend securing a suitable alternative vehicle and checking back often, as Jeeps may be released at any time. If you find a Jeep, reserve it and cancel your previous reservation. There is never a penalty or charge to do so. The process is called rebooking.

Rental Jeep sitting near a beach in Kauai Hawaii

Popular Wrangler Rentals

2 door Jeep Wrangler

  • 2 door Jeep Wrangler(17.5gal tank/20MPG)
  • 200 Horsepower
  • Power steering and brakes
  • 4 seats, 1-2 bags

4 door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

  • 4 door Jeep Wrangler(21gal tank/18MPG)
  • 280 Horsepower
  • Power steering and brakes
  • 5 seats, 4-5 bags

Explore Hawaii’s Natural Wonders

Hawaii is renowned for its diverse and breathtaking landscape, featuring towering volcanoes, lush rainforests, and pristine beaches. Renting a Jeep gives you the unique opportunity to explore these different environments at your own pace. Whether you’re driving up to the peak of Mauna Kea or navigating the scenic Road to Hana, a Jeep rental provides the flexibility and freedom to discover Hawaii’s natural wonders.

Maui Jeep Rental

  • Road to Hana: No Maui Jeep rental is complete without driving the Road to Hana. This full-day journey takes you through winding roads, waterfalls, aqua caves, and roadside fruit stands, ending at the stunning, multi-tiered Pools of Ohe’o. Along the way, visit the Ke’anae Peninsula for a taste of traditional Hawaiian taro farming and hike to the Wailua Falls.
  • Haleakala National Park: Drive up to the summit of Haleakala, Maui’s dormant volcano, for a sunrise view like no other. The winding road to the summit reaches over 10,000 feet, offering breathtaking views of the crater and the island below. After sunrise, hike the Sliding Sands Trail or take a horseback ride into the crater.
  • West Maui Loop: This loop road takes you around the rugged northwest coast of Maui, past the Nakalele Blowhole and Olivine Pools. The road continues through picturesque towns like Kapalua and Kahana.

Rent a Jeep in Kauai

  • Waimea Canyon: Waimea Canyon offers numerous photo opportunities for your Kauai Jeep rental. Overlooks provide breathtaking views of the coastline and lush mountains, including a private waterfall surrounded by Kauai’s iconic red dirt. Take the scenic drive to Kokee State Park for panoramic views of the Kalalau Valley.
  • Napali Coast Adventure: Although you can’t drive the entire Napali Coast, you can reach some stunning viewpoints by Jeep. Drive to Haena State Park for access to the Kalalau Trail and Kee Beach. Consider a boat tour or helicopter ride for a different perspective of the rugged coastline.
  • Wailua River Valley: Take your Jeep to the Wailua River, where you can paddle to Fern Grotto or take a boat tour. Drive to Opaekaa Falls and the Holoholoku Heiau, an ancient Hawaiian temple site. Further inland, explore the lush landscapes of the Makaleha Mountains.

Oahu Jeep Rental

  • Diamond Head Coastal Path: A Jeep rental in Oahu will lead you to the sprawling landscape of Diamond Head. The coastal path winds along cliffs overlooking the ocean. From December to March, you’ll find many people with binoculars watching whales breach offshore. Hike up to Diamond Head Crater for panoramic views of Honolulu, Waikiki Beach, and the Pacific Ocean.
  • North Shore Surf Safari: Head to Oahu’s North Shore, famous for its world-class surf breaks. Stop at Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach, and the Banzai Pipeline to watch surfers tackle massive waves. For a quieter experience, visit Laniakea Beach, known for its sea turtles basking in the sun.
  • Windward Coast Drive: Take your Jeep along the Windward Coast, where lush valleys meet turquoise waters. Stop at the iconic Byodo-In Temple, a serene replica of a Japanese temple, and explore the lush Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden. The coastal drive offers stunning views of Mokoli’i Island (Chinaman’s Hat) and the Koolau Mountains.

Big Island Rental Jeeps

  • Mauna Loa & Volcano Village Scenic Drive: This popular route, often taken by Kona Jeep Wrangler rentals, leads to Kipukapuaulu, where you’ll catch a glimpse of the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea. As you wind through the Mauna Loa region, you’ll pass through lush rainforests, lava fields, and the charming Volcano Village, where you can visit the local galleries and cafes. Don’t miss the Thurston Lava Tube and the breathtaking views from the Kilauea Iki Overlook.
  • Hamakua Coast: On the eastern side of the island, the Hamakua Coast stretches 40 miles, connecting Hilo to Waipi’o Valley. A Jeep’s elevated ride height offers unparalleled views of the coastline, waterfalls, and canyons. Stop at Akaka Falls State Park for a short hike to see the 442-foot Akaka Falls.
  • Saddle Road Adventure: Drive across the Big Island via Saddle Road (Route 200), where you’ll see diverse landscapes, including volcanic craters, desert-like plains, and lush rainforests. The route passes between Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, offering dramatic views of both peaks. Consider a side trip up to the Mauna Kea Visitor Information Station for stargazing at one of the world’s premier astronomical sites.

Jeep Rental Molokai

  • Papohaku Beach Park: For some, Papohaku Beach Park offers the perfect natural backdrop for their Molokai Jeep Wrangler rental. The lack of commercial development and traffic may make you feel like the lead character in your own ‘Jurassic Park’ episode. Explore the pristine three-mile-long beach, one of the largest in Hawaii.
  • Halawa Valley & Moaula Falls: Drive to the eastern tip of Molokai to visit Halawa Valley, one of Hawaii’s oldest settlements. Take a guided hike through lush tropical forest to Moaula Falls, a stunning 250-foot waterfall.
  • Kalaupapa Peninsula: While you can’t drive directly to the Kalaupapa Peninsula, you can visit the lookout at Palaau State Park for sweeping views of the former leper colony. Consider a guided mule ride or a hike down to the settlement for a historical tour.

Jeep Rental Questions & Answers

Why should I rent a Jeep in Hawaii?2024-06-20T20:47:19+00:00

Renting a Jeep Wrangler in Hawaii offers unparalleled freedom and adventure. With its high ground clearance and rugged design, a Jeep allows you to explore Hawaii’s off-the-beaten-path destinations.

We’re interested in renting a Jeep but are concerned about the term “or similar.” Will we definitely get a Jeep?2024-06-20T20:44:46+00:00

The term “or similar” indicates that while a Jeep is preferred, an equivalent vehicle may be provided if necessary. It’s uncommon not to receive a Jeep. If this situation arises, please contact us at 1-800-292-1930 from the rental desk, and we will ensure you get a Jeep.

What strategy can I use to reduce wait times for Jeeps during peak periods, specifically after landing?2024-06-20T20:44:23+00:00

We recommend that the main drivers proceed directly to the rental counter immediately after landing, while other travel members wait to claim baggage. This approach can significantly minimize wait times during busy periods, allowing for a smoother rental Jeep pickup process.

Can I go off-road trail driving with my Hawaii Jeep rental?2024-06-20T20:43:49+00:00

No, despite the Jeep’s off-road capabilities, trail driving is not allowed. Most rental companies provide a local map at the counter that outlines restricted areas.

How many people can a Jeep Wrangler accommodate?2024-06-20T20:43:29+00:00

The 2-door Jeep Wrangler provides seating for up to 4 passengers, while the 4-door model can comfortably seat 5.

Start your Hawaiian adventure today. Use our search feature above to see our new lower rates for the popular 4-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited rentals.

Aloha and happy exploring!

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