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Mercedes-benz Metris 2019

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The car

Mercedes-benz Metris 2019

Metris

21 MPG

Gas (Premium)

5 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Sean
5.0
Sean
56 tripsJoined Jul 2015

Description

Brand new to the market is our Mercedes Westfalia pop-top and is great for tooling around Maui. This is the weekender version which has back seat that folds down to a large queen size bed and it has a more open feeling compared to the full campers like the VW Vanagon Westfalia. It's easy to drive, looks like a local car, and has all of the nostalgic Westfalia camping experiences with the pop-top that has a small full sized bed, a fold out kitchen table, and a swiveling front seats. We have taken the stock Westfalia and have added the following: - 3" memory foam mattress topper for lower bed - Roof racks to carry surfboards, kayaks, SUP's - Swivel seat base to the driver and passenger front seat - 8' x 8' retractable Thule awning - 50 quart chest style electric refrigerator. - Fire extinguisher - Smoke/Carbon Monoxide detector - Pressurized 7 gallon outdoor solar heated shower - Stereo with Bluetooth and Aux inputs - Tinted the windows for cooler vehicle and great privacy - 12V and 120V AC electrical system including: - 300w solar panel - 150AH Lithium Iron Phosphate house battery - 2000W pure sine wave inverter - 12V Vent fan to extract warmer air from inside the van - Small 12V fan to keep you cool when you sleep at night - 8 high power USB outlets throughout the van These electrical upgrades will allow you to charge your phones, tablets, computers all night long as well as providing lighting and air circulation in the van for some comfortable sleeping at night. This is a huge thing. Sleeping in a van with no moving air gets very stagnant and makes for a bad night sleep. The 2000w inverter provides enough power to power a blender, blow drier, or any appliance you can throw at it and it produces a pure sine wave which will not damage sensitive electronics. We also have everything you might need to go camping. - Bath towel for each person - Beach towel for each person - Beach chair for each person - Maps and and tour guide book - Lantern and flashlight - Pots, pans and miscellaneous cooking utensils - Bed linens and pillows - First aid kit - Stove and propane - Camp Table - Soap We include pretty much everything you need to campervan in Maui but do offer some extra items you might be interested in renting at an additional cost. - Children's car seat - Waterproof bluetooth speaker - Extra bed linen set - 4 person tent with air mattress - Extra camp chair - Charcoal grill and grill utensils Arriving: Once you arrive at the Kahului Airport (OGG), we will meet you right across the street from baggage claim in the parking lot. Maui airport is pretty small so it will be maybe a 5 minute walk to you get to the campervan. From there, we will go over the campervan with you and teach you how to use it as well as noting any previous damage prior to you taking off. We'll then sign some paperwork and you're off. This process will take around 20 minutes or so. Once you are finished with your trip, we will meet you back in the same parking lot and check you back in and you can walk across the street to the airport. If you require to pick-up or drop-off the campervan somewhere other than the OGG airport, we will charge you $5 per mile from the airport. Some things to note since you are renting out a vehicle: - All drivers must be 25 years of age or older. - All drivers will need to sign Campervan Hawaii's Standard Vehicle Rental Agreement. - We will need a copy of driver'(s) licenses for every driver. - If you come from outside the US, then we will need a copy of all passports for every driver. Insurance: ***** You are 100% responsible for damage done to the exterior and interior of the vehicle. Because of this, we require this vehicle to be insured by you during the rental. There are two options for this: 1) If your personal vehicle has full coverage insurance (and you are from the US or Canada) then most likely, this rental is covered under your own insurance. In this case, you must provide us with a declaration page from your insurance company showing your coverages and proof that your insurance covers this rental vehicle. 2) If you do not have full coverage, live outside the US and Canada, or just want to purchase insurance so you do not have to use your own personal insurance, then we can provide full coverage insurance on the campervan with a $1,050 deductible. The rate is tiered based on the amenities you choose. Pricing is available to see during check-out. Camping: The great thing about renting a campervan is you get to find your own neighborhood. There are 6 great spots where you can reserve to campervan in Maui. 1) Waianapanapa State Park - This is a great spot near Hana and has some beautiful quiet and shaded camping. There is a black sand beach and a great 3 mile loop hike with some spectacular views of the Hana Coast and the slopes of Haleakala. There are only bathroom facilities here but no drinking water. 2) Kipahulu (Haleakala National Park) - There is great shaded camping here and great short hikes. Pipiwai Trail is a 4 miles round trip trail that winds through a freshwater stream and diverse forest areas with views of waterfalls and other natural features. This is where the Seven Sacred Pools is located. This area has picnic tables, BBQ grills and outdoor pit toilets but no drinking water. 3) YMCA Camp Ka'anae - This spot is located on the North Shore on your way to Hana about 34 miles from Kahului. They have bathrooms, showers and potable water. 4) Hosmer Grove ( (Haleakala National Park) - This Campground lies in the cloud belt of Haleakalā, just below the 7,000-foot level (2134m) in the summit area. Be prepared for rain and cold weather. Nighttime temperatures can drop into the to near freezing (0°C); daytime highs average 50-65°F (10-18°C). The campground has picnic tables, BBQ grills, drinking water, and pit toilets. There is great birdwatching and a chance to catch a rare siting of the Iwi’iwi which is one of Hawaii’s rare birds that only eats nectar from native Hawaiian plants. 5) Papalaua Wayside County Park - This park lies along Honoapiilani Hwy #30 on the way to Lahaina along a sandy beach with excellent snorkeling and great SUPboarding. Shade is provided by kiawe trees. No water supply available and it has portable toilets and BBQ grills. 6) Camp Olowalu - Recently renovated, the camp is on the ocean along Hwy 30 about 6 miles south of Lahaina at Olowalu. It is in a grove of mature trees with picnic tables, drinking water, showers and toilets. Swimming and snorkeling are good and in the winter months a nice place to watch whales. This campground has laundry facilities and free WIFI. You can pretty much take this campervan anywhere the roads go. The six spots mentioned above are the campsites where you can reserve but there are numerous other spots where you can find a private place to camp and are off the beaten path. We'll tell you more about this after you reserve.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

GPS

Ski rack

USB input

Android Auto

Refrigerator

Apple Carplay

Full Campervan

Extras (2)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Camping gear

This fee covers the cost of wear and tear as well as outfitting the campervan with enough Kitchenware, Pillows, Sheets, Blankets, Bath Towels, Beach Towels, Camping Chairs, Etc. and is mandatory for each person, including infants and children.

$8/day5 available

Post-trip cleaning

Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.

$149/trip

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The car

Mercedes-benz Metris 2019

Metris

21 MPG

Gas (Premium)

5 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Sean
5.0
Sean
56 tripsJoined Jul 2015

Description

Brand new to the market is our Mercedes Westfalia pop-top and is great for tooling around Maui. This is the weekender version which has back seat that folds down to a large queen size bed and it has a more open feeling compared to the full campers like the VW Vanagon Westfalia. It's easy to drive, looks like a local car, and has all of the nostalgic Westfalia camping experiences with the pop-top that has a small full sized bed, a fold out kitchen table, and a swiveling front seats. We have taken the stock Westfalia and have added the following: - 3" memory foam mattress topper for lower bed - Roof racks to carry surfboards, kayaks, SUP's - Swivel seat base to the driver and passenger front seat - 8' x 8' retractable Thule awning - 50 quart chest style electric refrigerator. - Fire extinguisher - Smoke/Carbon Monoxide detector - Pressurized 7 gallon outdoor solar heated shower - Stereo with Bluetooth and Aux inputs - Tinted the windows for cooler vehicle and great privacy - 12V and 120V AC electrical system including: - 300w solar panel - 150AH Lithium Iron Phosphate house battery - 2000W pure sine wave inverter - 12V Vent fan to extract warmer air from inside the van - Small 12V fan to keep you cool when you sleep at night - 8 high power USB outlets throughout the van These electrical upgrades will allow you to charge your phones, tablets, computers all night long as well as providing lighting and air circulation in the van for some comfortable sleeping at night. This is a huge thing. Sleeping in a van with no moving air gets very stagnant and makes for a bad night sleep. The 2000w inverter provides enough power to power a blender, blow drier, or any appliance you can throw at it and it produces a pure sine wave which will not damage sensitive electronics. We also have everything you might need to go camping. - Bath towel for each person - Beach towel for each person - Beach chair for each person - Maps and and tour guide book - Lantern and flashlight - Pots, pans and miscellaneous cooking utensils - Bed linens and pillows - First aid kit - Stove and propane - Camp Table - Soap We include pretty much everything you need to campervan in Maui but do offer some extra items you might be interested in renting at an additional cost. - Children's car seat - Waterproof bluetooth speaker - Extra bed linen set - 4 person tent with air mattress - Extra camp chair - Charcoal grill and grill utensils Arriving: Once you arrive at the Kahului Airport (OGG), we will meet you right across the street from baggage claim in the parking lot. Maui airport is pretty small so it will be maybe a 5 minute walk to you get to the campervan. From there, we will go over the campervan with you and teach you how to use it as well as noting any previous damage prior to you taking off. We'll then sign some paperwork and you're off. This process will take around 20 minutes or so. Once you are finished with your trip, we will meet you back in the same parking lot and check you back in and you can walk across the street to the airport. If you require to pick-up or drop-off the campervan somewhere other than the OGG airport, we will charge you $5 per mile from the airport. Some things to note since you are renting out a vehicle: - All drivers must be 25 years of age or older. - All drivers will need to sign Campervan Hawaii's Standard Vehicle Rental Agreement. - We will need a copy of driver'(s) licenses for every driver. - If you come from outside the US, then we will need a copy of all passports for every driver. Insurance: ***** You are 100% responsible for damage done to the exterior and interior of the vehicle. Because of this, we require this vehicle to be insured by you during the rental. There are two options for this: 1) If your personal vehicle has full coverage insurance (and you are from the US or Canada) then most likely, this rental is covered under your own insurance. In this case, you must provide us with a declaration page from your insurance company showing your coverages and proof that your insurance covers this rental vehicle. 2) If you do not have full coverage, live outside the US and Canada, or just want to purchase insurance so you do not have to use your own personal insurance, then we can provide full coverage insurance on the campervan with a $1,050 deductible. The rate is tiered based on the amenities you choose. Pricing is available to see during check-out. Camping: The great thing about renting a campervan is you get to find your own neighborhood. There are 6 great spots where you can reserve to campervan in Maui. 1) Waianapanapa State Park - This is a great spot near Hana and has some beautiful quiet and shaded camping. There is a black sand beach and a great 3 mile loop hike with some spectacular views of the Hana Coast and the slopes of Haleakala. There are only bathroom facilities here but no drinking water. 2) Kipahulu (Haleakala National Park) - There is great shaded camping here and great short hikes. Pipiwai Trail is a 4 miles round trip trail that winds through a freshwater stream and diverse forest areas with views of waterfalls and other natural features. This is where the Seven Sacred Pools is located. This area has picnic tables, BBQ grills and outdoor pit toilets but no drinking water. 3) YMCA Camp Ka'anae - This spot is located on the North Shore on your way to Hana about 34 miles from Kahului. They have bathrooms, showers and potable water. 4) Hosmer Grove ( (Haleakala National Park) - This Campground lies in the cloud belt of Haleakalā, just below the 7,000-foot level (2134m) in the summit area. Be prepared for rain and cold weather. Nighttime temperatures can drop into the to near freezing (0°C); daytime highs average 50-65°F (10-18°C). The campground has picnic tables, BBQ grills, drinking water, and pit toilets. There is great birdwatching and a chance to catch a rare siting of the Iwi’iwi which is one of Hawaii’s rare birds that only eats nectar from native Hawaiian plants. 5) Papalaua Wayside County Park - This park lies along Honoapiilani Hwy #30 on the way to Lahaina along a sandy beach with excellent snorkeling and great SUPboarding. Shade is provided by kiawe trees. No water supply available and it has portable toilets and BBQ grills. 6) Camp Olowalu - Recently renovated, the camp is on the ocean along Hwy 30 about 6 miles south of Lahaina at Olowalu. It is in a grove of mature trees with picnic tables, drinking water, showers and toilets. Swimming and snorkeling are good and in the winter months a nice place to watch whales. This campground has laundry facilities and free WIFI. You can pretty much take this campervan anywhere the roads go. The six spots mentioned above are the campsites where you can reserve but there are numerous other spots where you can find a private place to camp and are off the beaten path. We'll tell you more about this after you reserve.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

GPS

Ski rack

USB input

Android Auto

Refrigerator

Apple Carplay

Full Campervan

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Camping gear

This fee covers the cost of wear and tear as well as outfitting the campervan with enough Kitchenware, Pillows, Sheets, Blankets, Bath Towels, Beach Towels, Camping Chairs, Etc. and is mandatory for each person, including infants and children.

$8/day5 available

Post-trip cleaning

Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.

$149/trip

Reviews

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Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address
Distance included
Day
200 mi
Week
1000 mi
Month
1500 mi
Insurance Provided Via

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