$129* for 3 days!
For 2 door SMART CARS!
Ask for availability on four-door vehicles
$10 Parking available on ALL 808 Smart Car Rentals
Smart Cart Convertibles AVAILABLE!
Please call 808-735-5000 to reserve your SMART CAR today!
(Standard 4.712% Hawaii State Tax not included)
*Pricing based on Smart Car fortwo Coupe
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***Each item is also available for rent @ $10 for 24hrs***
Smart Car activities and attractions:
- Oahu’s Polynesian Cultural Center celebrates traditional Polynesian culture and gives visitors a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the seven Polynesian villages. Visit Tonga, Tahiti, the Marquesas, Fiji, New Zealand (Aotearoa), Samoa, and Hawaii as you embark on a journey through the island nations of Polynesia. See islanders reenact war dances and wedding ceremonies, carve tiki figures, or climb barefoot for coconuts. A great way to learn the history and culture of Polynesia, take a trip to PCC for a fantastic and educational day!
- Wet’n’Wild Hawaii is Oahu’s top 10 most visited family attraction on the island and recently voted Best of Honolulu Magazine’s “Best Family Attraction”. Located in Kapolei, Oahu’s “Second City”, the park features more than 25 exhilarating attractions. Nestled on 29-acres in lush tropical landscaping and natural cliffs, you will find a different adventure in each corner ideal for families and thrill seekers alike. Visit wetandwildhawaii.com then click Tourist, then car rental combo package
- The USS Arizona Memorial is built over the sunken wreckage of the USS Arizona, the final resting place for many of the 1,177 crewmen killed on December 7, 1941 when Japanese Naval Forces bombed Pearl Harbor. The memorial is part of World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center includes two museums that tell the story of the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II. Outdoor exhibits on the visitor center grounds continue the narrative. The USS Arizona Memorial ticketed tour includes a National Park Service movie on the attack on Pearl Harbor and the boat ride to the memorial. The tour is approximately 75 minutes and is open to all ages. Show you Smart Car Key 20% discount our USS Arizona Memorial Narrated Tour ( Regularly priced at $7.50) Offers cannot be combined with other promotions or coupons. Offer only at time of purchase. Offers cannot be combined with other promotions or coupons.
- Diamond Head (Lē‘ahi) is one of Hawaii’s most recognized landmarks, often portrayed from a Waikiki viewpoint. Its prominent seaward peak and its location along the southeastern shoreline of Oahu make this geological feature readily visible from land, sea and air. Lē‘ahi is the traditional Hawaiian place name for the crater. It is said that Hi’iaka, sister of the fire goddess Pele, gave Lē‘ahi its name because the summit resembles the forehead of the ‘ahi fish. Another translation is “fire headland” and refers to the navigation fires that were lit at the summit to assist canoes traveling along the shoreline. In the late 1700s, Western explorers visited Lē‘ahi and mistook the calcite crystals in the rocks on the slope of the crater for diamonds. Thus, Diamond Head became the common name for the crater. Lē‘ahi is a volcanic tuff cone and an excellent example of a pyroclastic crater. Created relatively late in Oahu’s geological history (about 300,000 years ago), the ovoid-shaped crater measures 3,520 feet in length in the interior with a southwest-northeast orientation. The summit, at a point on the southwestern rim, is 761 feet above sea level. The tuff soils and dry climate have made vegetation in the crater low-growing and sparse. Show your Smart Car key and get 50 % discount on our ” I Hike Diamond Head” Certificate ( Regularly priced at $4.95)