Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Maui and Molokai is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
Hawaii Maui & Molokai
Hawaii is the perfect destination for unspoilt, natural and stunning scenery. Most people arriving will do so by landing at Kahului Airport, the regional airport for the islands and the central point from which all visitors will travel to their chosen destination. On arrival you will be immediately struck by the friendliness and helpfulness of the local people who will happily advise you of activities to attend or particular places to visit. Hawaiians are extremely proud and protective of their identity and culture and are always happy to share it with visitors.
Just down the road from the airport is the "Valley Isle" of Maui, where you will find the stunning resort of Kapalua facing white sandy beaches and surrounded by untouched and unspoilt natural land. Visually stunning in every direction, it is difficult not to be awestruck by the natural beauty before you. As most of the Hawaiian Islands are volcanic, it is important to ensure that you have a hire car to be able to access the mountains and island viewing platforms from which to take in the amazing vistas.
Hopping from one island to the next is a common activity when visiting Hawaii in order to experience the cultural nuances of each island, and Molakai is a particularly popular island to visit. Having access to a hire car is essential to explore the area in full, even though there is only one road on the whole island!Despite the need for vehicles to access the wonders of the island, there is so little traffic on Molakai that there are no traffic lights and all driving is conducted in a polite, careful and respectful way to the people living on the island and other road users.
Both Maui and Molakai are true to their heritage, and there are no neon signs, burger joints or casinos, just a beautifully relaxed way of life where fishermen land their haul each day before it heads to the restaurants for you to eat that evening. The beaches are stunning, and the rainforests are dense and full of wildlife, with guides to assist you in navigating through them. Nothing here is spoilt, everything and everyone is true to their culture and upbringing, and this is one of the things that makes Hawaii what it is, a place of splendour and goodness. Sit in silence by the beach and you will definitely feel the "Mana" that constantly protects the islands from harm.