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Top Three Things to Do With a Rental Car on The Big Island of Hawaii

Big Island Auto Rentals is the most affordable local car rental in Hawaii. Take your vehicle to these top three destinations in Hawaii.

1. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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“Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii” by Ken Lund is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Visit the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park with your local car rental. We recommend taking the driving tour via Crater Rim Drive and Chain of Craters Road. Don’t worry, the roads are paved and you will not need a 4×4 to visit such an awesome location.

First, begin by visiting the Kilauea Visitor Center just past the national park entrance. The visitor center is open from 9 AM to 5 PM. It will contain all the maps and information you need for your scenic drive and hikes.

Moreover, the national park is actually open 24 hours all year long. This means that you can take a nice scenic tour of Crater Rim Drive anytime.

And don’t forget to bring your camera on your journey to take pictures of the amazing scenery. You will get to see the power of the volcanoes throughout the landscapes as you drive along this special touring spot.

For more information visit…

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“Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park” by National Park Service is marked with CC PDM 1.0

2. Visit Downtown Hilo

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“Downtown Hilo” by EaseTheMain is marked with CC PDM 1.0

Next, our rental car office is located in Downtown Hilo. The office is open by appointment only, so schedule your reservation online today! Before you book your vehicle for your trip, you will see that we have a newer fleet. Indeed, we have clean cars.

If you’re picking up your local car rental at our office, you can take a drive around Downtown Hilo to explore. Visit the farmers market, local shops, like the ukulele shop — don’t forget to play — and taste special dishes made from the island’s ingredients at tasty restaurants.

There are many gift shops to browse for souvenirs too. Not to mention, Hilo has museums and art exhibitions that you can visit as well. Downtown Hilo will be the place where you will want to come and hang out after a long day’s exploration around the island.

3. Check Out the Waterfalls

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Finally, be sure to check out the amazing waterfalls around the Big Island of Hawaii. There are many beautiful locations to choose from. Enjoy nice walks with the relaxing sounds of falling water. And experience the topical forests with fresh Aloha air.

At Big Island Auto Rentals, we want you to be comfortable. Since we have a newer fleet of cars, you can feel safe while you take our local car rentals for long scenic drives to visit the waterfalls in Hawaii.

Remember to pack a lot of water and a light rain jacket to stay hydrated and warm. The island has rain showers without warning throughout most of the island.

For more information on the waterfalls, check out the blog post “Explore Three Waterfalls In Hilo With The Best Car Rental Company.” You will find directions and trail guides on how to get to the top three waterfalls in the area around Hilo.

Importantly, we want you to be safe. Avoid swimming in waterfalls unless you are entirely sure that it is safe. The might of the falling waters are extremely dangerous.

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In the end, we want you to know that at Big Island Auto Rentals we will treat you like a local. You will receive the same car rental price as those that live on the island. Drive in style with our well-maintained cars. We have a newer fleet, so our vehicles are super clean. And if you rent for longer time periods — such as a month — you will receive a more affordable rate. Mahalo.


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