1990 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper - Paia, HI
 1990 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper - Paia, HI
 1990 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper - Paia, HI
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1990 Volkswagen Westfalia Camper -

Paia, HI
Sleeps
Length

Overview

Aloha! Rent a Westy, Cruise beautiful Maui, have an adventure, and save $ !! Www.Mauiwestycampers.com Automatic or Manual transmission. Campers come fully stocked.. Camping options listed below.. The Volkswagen Camper Van sleeps a maximum of 4 people in a perfect example of German design and comfort. It has 2 full-sized double beds, one is the back seat which folds down, the other is the up in the loft when the pop-top is up. Also, there is a kitchenette with a 2-burner gas stove, sink with water pump and 12 gallon water tank, and a cooler.. 125 per day - "Sandy" or "Blue Meenie" $135 per day - "Prudence" No additional fees such as cleaning fees, or kitchen/ laundry fees. Free Airport pickup/dropoff!!! Late hours are OK!! These are regular season rates. More during peak season. Inquire about discounts for longer stays. In addition there is a $3 per day Hawaii Rental Car Surcharge and a 4.166% Sales Tax. There is a 5 day minimum rental. $250 Refundable Damage Deposit due upon booking. Rental Fee due in full upon arrival. If you don't have full coverage, we can provide insurance for you. Must be 21 or older, and have a valid Drivers License with you. Included at no additional charge: pots, pans and miscellaneous cooking utensils campground directory road maps and tour guide book headlamps / flashlights 2 sets of snorkel gear 2 beach chairs 4 beach towels pillows 2 sets of sheets 2 blankets first aid kit ice chest fire extinguisher propane included for the built in cookstove filled fresh water supply (12 gallons) vehicle operation manual The front seats swivels, there are two dining tables, a propane tank, privacy curtains, and a fire extinguisher. Gas mileage ranges from 15-20 miles per gallon. In addition, our campers have AM/FM stereos with a CD player, AUX jack , and cord to plug in your Ipod / Iphone etc.... Sink cabinet including gas stove, sink, and a storage cabinet. Storage chest with water tank and storage space. Clothes closet with rod and vanity mirror. Linen closet. Ceiling storage shelf. A second bed forms on top of the camper when the pop-top is elevated. Rear bench seat with storage locker. Dinette table rear. CAMPING OPTIONS Maui Camping Maui offers camping around the island. Haleakala National Park has both vehicle campgrounds and hike-in campgrounds. In addition to locations below.....We also will share 6 other optional free camping spots with you upon arrival. Please note that the County of Maui and State of Hawaii campgrounds require permits obtained in advance by mail or walk-in from their offices. No permits can be obtained at the campsites and you will be asked to leave if you don’t have one. Making arrangements before your visit will help make your vacation more pleasant. Camping information is subject to change without notice. Please contact the applicable local office for current information. Showers - Most beaches have outdoor showers and the public swimming pools have free hot indoor showers. Haleakala National Park Campgrounds P.O. Box 369 Makawao, HI 96768 +1 (808) 572-4400 The entrance fee to the National Park costs $10 for three days per vehicle. Camping is free with the entrance fee to the park. Kipahulu Campground Located 10 miles past Hana, near the pools at Ohe’o (Seven Sacred Pools), close to the ocean. It has picnic tables, BBQ grills and outdoot pit toilets. No drinking water so bring your own. The road to Hana with its countless waterfalls, the windy narrow roads and greenery is an attraction in itself. Kipahulu offers a series of waterfalls forming about 20 separate pools to swim and play in. There is also a great hike here along the stream, pass waterfalls and through a great bamboo forest. Hawaii State Park Office 54 South High Street, Room 101 Wailuku, HI 96793 +1 (808) 984-8109 This campground requires permits from Hawaii State Parks office. Their contact information is above. Office hours are from 8 AM to 3 PM excluding weekends and State holidays. Reservations are available online by following this link. Waianapanapa State Park This campsite is located on the ocean, off the Hana Hwy 360 right before Hana. The camping fee is $18 per campsite per night for up to 6 persons & $3 per night for each additional person, with a maximum fee per site of $30/night. Children up to 2 years of age are free. (For Hawaii residents, the fee is less, see the reservations link above.) Maximum stay is 5 consecutive days. The campsite is in a beautiful coastal setting. It has some freshwater caves to explore and a rare black sand beach as well as interesting hiking trails along the ocean. Facilities include picnic tables, grills, restrooms, outdoor showers and drinking water. County of Maui Campgrounds Maui County offers camping at Kanaha Beach Park and Papalaua Wayside. Both require permits acquired from the offices listed below or online through the County website at http://www.co.maui.hi.us Office hours are 8 AM to 1 PM and 2.30 PM to 4 PM (HST) Monday to Friday. Closed on State holidays. Maximum length of stay 3 consecutive nights at each campsite. Cost is $3 per day per adult. 50 cents per day for child under 18. Kahana Beach Park Located along a beach popular for kite surfing and windsurfing near the airport in Central Maui. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday for maintenance. Facilities include restrooms, showers and picnic tables. Papalaua Wayside The park lies along Honoapiilani Hwy # 30 on the way to Lahaina along a sandy beach with excellent snorkeling. Shade is provided by kiawe trees. No water supply available. Portable toilets and BBQ grills. Closed Wednesday and Thursday. Central District Office 700 Halia Nakoa St # 2 Wailuku, HI 96793 +1 (808) 270-7389 East District Office 937 Makawao Ave Makawao, HI 96768 +1 (808) 572-8122 Hana District Office 5101 Uakea Rd. Hana, HI 96713 +1 (808) 248-7022 South District Office 303 E. Lipoa St Kihei HI 96753 +1 (808) 879-4364 West District Office 1840 Honoapiilani Hwy Lahaina, HI 96791 +1 (808) 661-4685 Private Campgrounds Camp Olowalu Lahaina, HI +1 (808) 661-4303 reservations@campolowalu.com Recently renovated, the camp is on the ocean along Hwy 30 about 6 miles south of Lahaina at Olowalu. It is in a grove of mature trees with picnic tables, drinking water, showers and toilets. Swimming and snorkeling are good and in the winter months a nice place to watch whales. Per-person camping fees are $15/night, $5/night for children 6-12, and free for children young than 6 years. Has all campground ammenities (laundry, etc.) including free WiFi. YMCA Camp Ke’anae Hana Highway +1 (808) 248-8355 The camp is located on Hana Hwy 360 about 34 miles from Kahului. It has both tent and cabin facilities. Camping fee is $17 per person per night or $35 per family. Children 4 years and under are free. Reservations required.

Details

Make: Volkswagen
Model: Westfalia
Type: Class B
Sleeps: 4
Length: 15 Feet
Transmission: Automatic

Amenities

Air Conditioner
Heater
Dining Table
Microwave
Stove/Range
Oven
Refrigerator
Kitchen Sink
Inside Shower
Outside Shower
Toilet
WIFI
Satellite
Ceiling Fan
Awning
Generator
Tow Hitch
Bike Rack
Solar
Backup Camera
Extra Storage
Leveling Jacks
Washer/Dryer
TV/DVD
CD Player
Radio
Audio Inputs
Inverter
Handicap OK
Propane 3 gal
Water Tank 12 gal

Rules

Pet Friendly
Festival Friendly
Smoking Allowed

Safety & Trust

Add-ons

Sup Board with paddle
$0

Rates

Daily: $125
Cancellation: Strict
Minimum Nights: 5