Rooftop Tent and Truck Rental for Unforgettable Island Escape in Kauai, HawaiiKalaheo, Hawái (Estados Unidos)
Rooftop Tent and Truck Rental for Unforgettable Island Escape in Kauai, Hawaii
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Book your truck rental: Kauai camping in Hawaii
Glampers addicted to adventure and the romance of road-tripping will adore this roof-top camping experience for two in Kauai, Hawaii's idyllic northern island. Guests can avoid the tourist traps, trade in a roof for a ceiling of stars, and wake up on a new deserted beach every day with a getaway that offers car rental and tent accommodation in one. Practical yet comfortable, each truck comes with its own high-specification rooftop tent that unfolds easily with no complicated set-up, and an extendable ladder.
The tent sleeps two on a full-size mattress with fresh and clean bedding and pillows provided. In the truck, guests will also find everything needed for camping including a propane stove and tanks for cooking, a french press for making coffee and kettle, pots, pans, and utensils. There is also an area specially designed for food preparation.
There is also a custom-built ten-gallon solar shower for use at campsites. No road trip would be complete without a great soundtrack, and a mobile Bluetooth speaker is also included so glampers can listen to their own vacation mixes in the evenings or when driving. Also included in the truck are dry storage containers, flashlights, a first aid kit and helpful maps of the island's great campsites. Glampers can also customize the trip with extra gear including snorkel sets, surfboards, stand up paddle boards, and tree hammocks.
This unique roof-top tent experience gives guests the luxury of total freedom and the rare chance to experience Hawaii's paradise island with a brilliant truck rental, Kauai.
This roof-top glamping experience includes everything required for exploring the island in true adventurous style. Guests can listen to their favorite road trip music with the mobile Bluetooth speaker and hit the beach well-prepared with chairs and an umbrella. Maps and a first aid kit are provided.
- Aire acondicionado
- Recogida y traslado
- Barbacoa de uso compartido
- Cocina de uso compartido
- Muebles de jardín
- Punto de recarga para coches
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Llegada 03:00 horario flexible de llegada no incluido en el precio
Check out: 11:00 horario flexible de salida no incluido en el precio
Apto para bebés Menores de 2 años
Apto para niños 2-12 años
Prohibido celebrar fiestas
- Eventos permitidos
Algunos de los espacios son compartidos
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Kalaheo, Hawái (Estados Unidos)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Deportes acuáticos
- Paseos en bici
- Paddle surf en la propiedad
- Tirolina en la propiedad
- Paseo en barco/velero
- Avistamiento de ballenas
- Observación de aves
From sweeping emerald valleys to jaw-dropping big wave beaches and red-rock canyons, the island of Kauai is renowned for outstanding natural beauty. A truck kitted out with top-quality camping gear is the best way to really experience its wild side, allowing glampers to discover secret beaches and embark on a road trip at the drop of a hat. Beyond dramatic scenery, the island is also a destination for outdoor sports, from snorkeling to hiking, paddle boarding and, of course, surfing. The island's North Shore boasts a seventeen-mile stretch of coastline lined with towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls and sea caves.
The eastern side of the island, known as the Coconut Coast, is the most inhabited and boasts golden sandy beaches, giant waterfalls and the Wailua River, ideal for kayaking. The South Coast's Poipu Beach is a snorkeler's paradise and hiking through trails in the red-rock canyons of Kokee State Park is a must. Bird lovers should visit the Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge, where endangered birds can be seen nesting in the refuge's cliffs, including the Hawaiian Gallinule, red-footed boobies, tropicbirds, albatrosses and frigate birds.