Hawaii Rentals

Our most recommended Hawaii Rentals

Maui: Self Guided Clear Bottom Kayak Tour

1. Maui: Self Guided Clear Bottom Kayak Tour

Leave dry land behind and sail around Makena Landing, also known locally as “Turtle Town”. Feast your eyes on the incredible biodiversity of green sea turtles and reef fish, as well as the occasional manta and spotted eagle rays, octopi, dolphins, monk seals, humpback whales (December through April) and little white-tip reef sharks. After receiving a quick tutorial, you'll be helped to launch your boat into the water. Then, you'll have 2 full hours far from the tourist crowds paddling anywhere you want on a steady and easy-to-use kayak. The more you take your time, the more you're likely to see!

Honolulu: Tandem Jet Ski Adventure on Maunalua Bay

2. Honolulu: Tandem Jet Ski Adventure on Maunalua Bay

Discover the rush of jet skiing for half an hour in the shadow of the Diamond Head volcanic cone with this rental service in Honolulu. Transfer to the take-off point in Maunalua Bay aboard a comfortable water taxi. Feel confident during your ride with a jet ski tutorial before your adventure.  Hop aboard the water taxi and feel the sea breeze on the way to your launch location. Learn about how to the operate the modern WaveRunner jet ski and put a life jacket before taking off on your high-octane adventure.  Ride with a friend on this tandem experience (each rider needs a separate ticket). Relax as you glide over crystal-clear waters with stunning views of golden beaches, verdant mountains, and a turquoise ocean. Return to your starting point by water taxi at the end of your tour.  

Kaneohe: Self-Guided Sandbar Kayaking Experience

3. Kaneohe: Self-Guided Sandbar Kayaking Experience

Go kayaking in Kaneohe Bay, admire spectacular views, and experience standing on the sandbar. See underwater reefs and coral islands as you paddle. Start your tour at the meeting point in Kaneohe and receive all of the gear and instructions you'll need to enjoy your day. Load your kayak onto your vehicle and head over to the launching point. Paddle out to sea as you take in scenic views of the Ko'olau Mountains. Keep a lookout for underwater reef and coral islands. Arrive at the sandbar and step onto it for some amazing mountain views. Have the option of snorkeling to get better views of the underwater marine life. Use the provided kayak leash to keep track of your boat without damaging the coral. Return to the meeting point at the end of your experience.

Haleiwa: Paddleboard Rental with Private Launch Site

4. Haleiwa: Paddleboard Rental with Private Launch Site

Discover the stunning beauty of the lush Anahulu river with this paddle board rental in Haleiwa. Beginners can benefit from detailed paddle boarding guidance. Have help with launching and landing your paddleboard from the exclusive launch site. Get set up with your well-maintained paddleboard, paddle, leash, and lifejacket. Learn the basics of how to control your paddleboard with step-by-step instructions. Let your instructor help you to launch your paddleboard and set off on your paddle boarding adventure. Keep an eye out for wildlife like brightly colored birds and Honu (sea turtles) as you glide down the tranquil waters of the Anahulu River. Have the option of going out to Haleiwa Bay. Make use the of the shower, storage, and bathroom facilities at the rental shop. Return your paddle boarding equipment to the rental provider at the end of your rental period.

Oahu: Kane'ohe Bay Kayak Rentals

5. Oahu: Kane'ohe Bay Kayak Rentals

Explore the natural beauty of Kane’ohe Bay by kayak on a half-day or full-day adventure. The bay is protected from the open ocean current by Oahu’s only barrier reef, meaning the water is calm and ideal for paddling. After check-in at He’eia State Park, listen to a brief safety lesson from the professional staff. Then, take your waterproof map of Kane'ohe Bay, go out and explore. See how the barrier reef has allowed marine line to flourish. Grab some snorkeling equipment (for an additional cost) and experience one of the best snorkeling spots in the Hawaiian Islands

Kaneohe: Kaneohe Bay Coral Reef Kayaking Rental Adventure

6. Kaneohe: Kaneohe Bay Coral Reef Kayaking Rental Adventure

Embark on a kayaking adventure on Kaneohe Bay and explore one of Oahu's most beautiful areas with this kayak rental. See a variety of local wildlife, and explore the coral reefs in the bay with provided snorkel gear. Admire the beautiful scenery while traveling through the bay, and enjoy the freedom of an adventure at your own pace with no guide. Set aside at least three hours to get the full Kaneohe experience, but take as much time as you'd like in the bay with the freedom of a self-guided adventure through the bay. Meet the rental staff near Waihole Nursery where all of your required gear will be waiting along with the rental staff. Launch the kayak into the bay after receiving all of your provided gear. Paddle all the way out of the bay to get past the shallow area and reach the closest coral reef after about 15-20 minutes of paddling. Enjoy the best snorkeling on the reef along the outer edges of the underwater coral islands. Choose between paddling around the reef, swimming, or snorkeling, and use the provided kayak leash to keep the kayak nearby. Take the chance to paddle to other nearby reefs as there are several in the area. See the location where they filmed the “Hukilau Cafe” and Waikāne Pier scenes in 50 First Dates off to the left about 15 minutes kayaking north of the launch location. Spot different species of wildlife while exploring the reefs, and potentially Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles as there is a large population living around the reef. Finish the adventure when you wish, and return to the launch site to return your rental gear.

Oahu: Mokoliʻi Kayak Rental and Self-Guided Hike

7. Oahu: Mokoliʻi Kayak Rental and Self-Guided Hike

Discover Oahu's eastern shores on a self-guided kayak and hike tour to Chinaman's Hat, more formally known as Mokoli'i. Feel the Hawaiian waves lap against your kayak as you make your way to the island. Then, hop off and hike around the islet for stunning views of Oahu and the vast ocean. As you kayak out to Mokoli'i, marvel at the stunning view of the Ko’olau Mountain Range and Kaneohe Bay on the East side of Oahu. Make sure to also marvel at the sparkling blue ocean surrounding you, keeping an eye out for nautical wildlife en route. Paddle up to 30 minutes to Chinaman’s Hat, then choose to hike around the islet or up to one of the defined trails. Be sure to stay on the trail and pick up any litter to maintain the island's pristine nature. The island is also a bird sanctuary and has heaps of fluffy baby chicks in the springtime. Paddle back in your own time, taking in the majestic mountain views of one of Hawai'i's most iconic islands.

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What people are saying about Hawaii

Blue Planet is awesome! Very accommodating and very knowledgeable. There are 13 of us that booked a paddle board session and a few relatives that wasn't paddle boarding stayed at their doc and was able to capture a lot of photos for those of us paddle boarding. It was a great experience for both paddle boarders and some of our family members. We had so much fun. Very friendly staff and knowledgeable. They give you a very good instruction if you have not paddle boarded before. Nice easy activity as we did paddle board on the river under the Rainbow bridge and some of the kids were even able to jump out of the bridge to the river after. Everyone had a blast. Thank you Blue Planet for hosting our activity.

It was perfect weather ( go in the am) and everything ran smoothly. The boats were in good condition and the glass bottom was interesting but coral and fish were hard to see. I saw 5 turtles right away which made me happy as that is what I primarily went for. Yes you would see more snorkeling, however I really enjoy kayaking. This is a self guided tour so it is best for experienced kayakers, but not difficult. The guys were helpful and took the kayaks to and from the water. I would do it again!

Unfortunately we showed up a bit late due to power lines falling across the road, but even so the guides got us on to the water quickly and we had an amazing time, seeing coral reefs, fish and a couple of sea turtles. Highly recommended!

My family and I really enjoyed this experience. I would recommend it for anyone who enjoys the water and kayaking. We went first first thing in the morning before it got to crowded with other kayaker and paddle boarders.

great experience and wonderful staff/team. would do it again!!