Thrifty Car Rental –Maui (OGG)
935 East Mokuea Street
Kahului, HI 96732
Drive your Maui rental car through the clouds
Maui is possibly one of the most beautiful places on earth. With its lush tropical forests and unreal blue-green waters, you may feel like you're living life in a movie just walking down the beach! There are plenty of things to do here, from visiting a luau to watching whales off in the distance. Drive your Maui rental car to these fabulous attractions:
Maui Whale Watching Tours
From December 15 through April 15, this company offers visitors the chance of a lifetime to board a boat and head out into the waters off Maui's coast to see magnificent whales. Each 24-passenger boat is led by a marine naturalist who will share exciting information about whales and their watery ecosystem. You won't need binoculars on this sightseeing tour, you can spot the whales right off the sides of the vessel! Don't be afraid to ask the naturalist any questions you come up with. They're well versed in the local watershed and biology, so they're prepared for even your toughest queries.
Are you an adventurer that likes to take the back roads and see what the countryside looks like? Drive your Maui rental car to the Pipiwai Trail, located in Haleakala National Park. You can make a reservation to take this trek with a ranger on Sundays at 10 a.m., and they will point out amazing plants and animals that make this luscious forest area their home. The hike is a total of four miles round-trip, with an 800 foot elevation change each way. That means you'll be hiking up and down some pretty great trails, so it's best to bring water and wear closed toed walking shoes. You'll see waterfalls, bamboo that is several stories high and even catch patches of glorious blue sky above. This is one trail you'll remember forever.
One major feature that Maui is known for is its wandering waterfalls. These spitting streams can be found all over the Hawaiian islands, and are perfect places to cool off. Looking to find one and see it from a more interesting angle? Try rappelling down it! With Rappel Maui as your leader, you can strap on a harness, waterproof overalls and some galoshes and make your way down the side of a waterfall. Even people that are afraid of heights or have never climbed before can try this unforgettable experience. Try the Waterfall Adventure where you'll hike, swim and rappel with canyoneering guides and top-notch equipment. It's a great way to enjoy the nature of Maui while getting your adrenaline racing.