Kilo Hoku - Adventure Van with Roof Deck - Unlimited Mileage

Camper vanHaiku, HI
2 guests
Sleeps 4
18 ft. long
Offers delivery

Kilo Hoku translates to Stargazer, or in more ancient times it relates to the voyagers who used the stars by night to navigate their journey here to Hawaii. My husband and I custom built this van to help travelers connect with nature and experience the freedom and adventure of being a modern day voyager.Clean, comfortable, and loaded with Everything you could possibly need on your trip to Maui. There is a queen size memory foam mattress inside the van sleeps 2. There is an additional full size blow up mattress for sleeping under the stars on the roof deck, or in the tent if traveling with a family or group. We also have a blow up toddler mattress that fits perfectly on the floor inside the van or inside the tent.We're a local Maui family wanting to share our camper and extra Aloha with visitors. Your comfort and safety are our top priority, and we are happy to answer any questions along the way.What's includedCamp Kit Basics:Cooler
2 camping chairs
Hammock
3-in-1 1000Amp CAT Power Station with Jump Starter & Compressor
Sleeping and Linens:
Queen memory foam mattress
Sheets
2 Blankets
4 pillows
4 Towels
Beach Blanket
Kitchen Set Up:
Propane camp stove
Pots and Pans
Utensils
Lighter
Led Lanterns, Flashlights, LED Candles
French press
Cutting board & knives
Can opener, Peeler, Wine Opener
Strainer
Cheese Grater
Salad Bowl
Plates,Bowls, Mugs, Wine Glasses, Cups, & Utensils
Trash bags & cleaning supplies
Dishrack and Wash Tub
RecommendationsHere are some of our recommended campsites and favorite areas available on Maui. Maui is an EXTREMELY popular travel destination so try to reserve in advance especially during our high seasons (December-April and July-August).Hosmer Grove Campgrounds - Haleakala National ParkMany visitors will wake up at 2:00AM to make the long drive/tour up to the summit of Haleakala just to catch the sunrise. Others will arrive hours early to save a spot for the sunset show. However, only a few get to see both! This is just one of the many reasons to camp overnight at Hosmer Gove Campground. You can arrive mid-day and hike the trails of Haleakala then return to the summit to watch the sunset. In the morning you can awake to the spectacular sunrise! The added bonus, because you are camping in the park, you don’t need to get the otherwise required “sunrise viewing reservations.” All you will need is a park pass, purchased at the entrance, currently $25.00. The park pass is good for 3 days so you have plenty of time to see all the sights including a sunrise AND sunset!
Amenities: Drinkable Water, Car Access, Restrooms, Drive-up Camping
Camp Olowalu"Beachfront camping in paradise." is how the folks at Camp Olowalu describe this tucked away camping site. Camp Olowalu makes for a great spot to spend your first night on Maui. Olowalu offers some of the best whale watching, snorkeling and kayaking all wrapped up in a great camp location. Additionally, Camp Olowalu offers Cabins, Tentalows, Beach side Tent Camping and RV Parking (for CampCars).
Amenities: Drinkable Water, Car Access, Cabins, Restrooms, Showers, Beach Access
Camp Ke'anae (Ymca)If you are looking for a place to make camp on your way to Hana or perhaps on your way back, look no further. The Ymca here offers an assortment of camping options, among the best Maui camping available! They offer cabins, cottages, suites and tent or campervan camping spots! Campervan spots are only $25/person or $40/family, per night!
Amenities: Drinkable Water, Car Access, Cabins, Restrooms, Showers, Ice Machine
Waiʻanapanapa State ParkIf you plan on taking the Road to Hana, consider staying in the area overnight. Waiʻanapanapa State Park is a great place to camp. This state park offers a remote, low-cliffed volcanic coastline with a famous black sand beach. Waiʻanapanapa State Park offers an assortment of lodging options including; tent camping, cabins, and RV camping. You can also enjoy picnicking, shore fishing and hiking along Ke Ala Loa O Maui/Piilani Trail. Other features and sights to see include; blow holes, native hala forest, cave, heiau (religious temple) and natural stone arch.
Amenities: Drinkable Water, Car Access, Cabins, Restrooms, Showers, Beach Access
to book online visit https://camping.ehawaii.gov/camping/all,details,1684.html and click the tab Browse for Availibility
Here are a few helpful links for more research
https://dlnr.hawaii.gov/dsp/camping-lodging/maui/
https://www.nps.gov/hale/planyourvisit/drive-up-camping.htmhttps://www.hipcamp.comhttps://www.mauicounty.gov/Facilities/Facility/Details/146
Other things to noteNo smoking. No pets. No off-roading. No driving in deep sand or mud. All trash to be taken out of vehicle prior to returning. No open food or spills to be left in vehicles at ANY time. Vehicles are expected to come back in an orderly fashion with things in generally the same place as received. Any return that requires extra deep cleaning will be charged at $50 an hour.Campervan Rules: Our Campervan is NOT a 4WD so no driving in deep sand or mud. If you get stuck anywhere you will be 100% responsible for getting yourself out and any damages that occur. The campervan is not allowed up to Poli Poli past the 4wd access only sign or on any other roads that require 4WD.This is our family camper lovingly crafted by my husbands hands. We are a local family wanting to share our love of Maui and camping with visitors. Please treat our van as though it was yours, we expect it to be brought back well loved, and cared for. Exact expectations for how to leave the vehicle upon return will be provided.

Features

2006 Ford Econolline 250s
  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 seatbelts
  • Fuel type: Gas
  • Automatic transmission

Amenities

  • Radio
  • CD Player
  • Stove
  • Dining Table
  • Heater
  • Air Conditioner
  • Ceiling Fan
  • Extra Storage

Meet your host, Meagan Malia and Alain

Member since 2018

Maui local who grew up in Haiku. Hubby is from the South of France but full of Aloha. Avid travelers and nature lovers.

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Rules and policies

  • Not pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • No tailgating
  • No smoking
  • Unlimited mileage
No smoking. No pets. No off-roading. No driving in deep sand or mud. All trash to be taken out of vehicle prior to returning. No open food or spills to be left in vehicles at ANY time. Vehicles are expected to come back in an orderly fashion with things in generally the same place as received. Any return that requires extra deep cleaning will be charged at $50 an hour.
24/7 roadside assistance
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Roadside assistance on every rental, plus help planning your trip or operating the RV.

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Add-ons

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Night Return Fee
Keeping the van a full day to return after drop hours at airport.
$164.00
/each
One Way Airport Delivery
Includes a pick up or drop off of van at the airport.
$82.00
/each
Round Trip Airport
Includes pick up and drop off of the van at the airport.
$164.00

Availability and rates

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There’s a 1 night minimum stay

Fees
  • Security deposit: $800.00 (refundable)
  • Prep fee: $125.00. This fee will cover preparing and sanitizing the unit prior to each rental.

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Location

Haiku, Hawaii

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