Questions & Answers:

Can we pull over and spend the night anywhere we want?


No, you cannot camp overnight at public beaches or parking lots.


Overnight camping is only allowed at permitted campgrounds (see our CAMPING PAGE) and is strictly enforced by the law and local communities.


Should we make campsite reservations ahead of time?




Camping on Maui has become extremely popular since the pandemic and campgrounds fill up fast, so please plan ahead. Customers can call us for guidance if you are having trouble finding a campground to reserve.


We do not allow illegal / renegade camping in our vehicles!

Where can we shower or use a restroom?


Among the hundreds of beaches around the island, a few dozen have nice fresh-water showers and well-maintained bathrooms between the beach and the parking lot.

If you need a hot shower, you can get one at:

  • Camp Olowalu (You can purchase a $10 day pass if you're not camping)

  • Salvation Army Lahaina

Can we drive up Haleakala?


Yes, but please keep in mind that it's an arduous (10,000ft in just 45 miles) uphill journey, so schedule enough time for the adventure.  Also, we ask that you please do not take multiple trips to the summit as it's exceptionally strenuous on the engine and brakes.

Do you offer airport shuttle?

Yes! Just add "Airport Shuttle" to your reservation during the checkout process.

We arrive in the evening (after 6pm), how / where do we get our van?


If you are scheduled to arrive late, add "Airport Park'n Go" to your reservation during the checkout. We will leave your van in the airport parking lot near baggage claim, along with our exclusive Vanlife Adventure map of Maui.

Can we drive the entire East side loop of Maui?


The vans are NOT built for driving off-pavement so DIRT ROADS are OFF-LIMITS. Especially the rough, winding section of road between Haleakala Park (7 Sacred pools) in Kipahulu and Mile Marker 30 in Kaupo (See Camping Map)

What comes with the van? Cookware, Towels, etc..?

We provide you with high-quality sheets, a blanket, pillows, stove, fuel, cooking utensils and more. 

See our VANS PAGE for information about what is included.

If we have our own coverage, will you waive the insurance fee?


We will waive our insurance fee if you have your own insurance policy that covers our vans specifically. Simply request and fill out our insurance binder, send it to your insurance company to confirm you have RV rental insurance for the dates of your trip.