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    The second largest island of Hawaii, Maui is regarded worldwide as one of the ultimate island escapes. Popular with all ages, and especially newlyweds on their honeymoon, the island is blessed with amazing natural beauty, friendly locals, and some of the most famous beaches in the world. With a tropical paradise ready to be explored, and many places not accessible by public transport, a rental car is an ultimate asset when visiting Maui. Auto Europe offers several car hire pick up locations in Maui, Hawaii, and a large fleet selection, so finding a car rental in Maui is both easy and economical.

    Exploring Maui with a Hire Car

    The island has a rich history and unique culture and much of this is presented in attractions around the tourist areas. The main town frequented by visitors is Lahaina, on the west coast of the island. Once a very busy port for whaling ships in the 19th century, the main industries in Lahaina are now tourism, as well as agriculture. The Whale Center of the Pacific is found here and gives an insight into the world of these marine giants, and the whaling industry which relied on them for trade. Now that whaling has ceased in the area, Humpback whales coming close to the sure are very common. Whale watching tours operate between December and March and the whales can often be seen from the shore.

    Drive your rental car a little north-west of the town centre, and you will find the Lahaina Jodo Mission, a Japanese style Buddhist temple right beside the beach. The temple was built for the many Japanese residents in the area who worked in the sugar cane and pineapple industries and is home to a massive 90 ft high pagoda, as well as the largest Buddha statue outside of Japan.

    Maui has incorporated the beautiful natural resources present into most of the activities for tourists, and there is an endless list of things to do. Snorkelling and scuba diving are very popular, with colourful reefs throughout the area. Some reefs are accessible by boat, however there are many which can be reached by wading out from the shore. Around these reefs, you can expect to see abundant exotic sea life, including rare species of fish and turtles. Many of the beaches on the island provide excellent surfing conditions also and are one of the most common reasons visitors come to Hawaii from all around the world.

    The list of activities to choose from on dry land seem endless too, with mountain biking, hiking, helicopter rides and quad bike tours all very popular. Highly recommended for visitors to the island, is the drive to Hana on the east coast, along Highway 36. Jump in your hire car and enjoy the scenic drive which will take you through lush rainforests, waterfalls, beaches and stunning lookouts.

      

    Useful Distances and Day Trip Ideas in Maui

    • Kahului to Airport (3.2km)
    • Lahaina to Airport (37km)
    • Kahului to Haleakala National Park (81.5km)

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    Auto Europe makes car hire in Hawaii easy and affordable. You can book your car rental in Maui with Auto Europe over our safe, reliable and secure online booking system. For more information, read our Car Rental FAQ page, read our Terms and Conditions, or Contact Us.

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