If you’ve scheduled a Jeep® tour in Hawaii, you're in for a day of gorgeous scenery and exciting adventures. To keep it comfortable and fun, you should pack a bag with the supplies you'll need for the trip. Here are a few of the essentials for a tour.
What Should You Bring on a Jeep Tour?
Some of the best places to eat aren’t at resorts or malls; they’re at mom-and-pop restaurants on the side of the road. These old, family-run eateries may not be equipped to take credit cards, so pack cash just in case. If you forgot to bring bills, ask your tour operator if they can take you to the nearest ATM before hitting the road.
If you don’t want to slow down for a meal, having something convenient to nibble on will help you stay nourished throughout the tour. Choose something easy to eat, like granola bars, sandwiches, fruit, or nuts, to minimize mess and fuss. You should also bring plenty of water, as the warm weather may dehydrate you.
3. Garbage Bag
Bring a plastic bag handy for discarded wrappers, brochures, and other pieces of trash. This is especially important if your Hawaii tour is going off-road since you’re unlikely to see any trash cans along the way. Keeping the Jeep cabin clean will help your party stay comfortable during the tour.
4. Bug Repellent & Sunscreen
Hawaii's gorgeous greenery comes with a warm, wet climate that mosquitoes love. Apply bug spray before you head out, and reapply when you stop to keep the biters off. Also, your tour may take you to stunning outdoor areas, like beaches, mountains, and parks, so use sunscreen to prevent burns.
5. Swimwear & Towels
Whether it's a sunny beach or an idyllic waterfall, Hawaii offers hundreds of places to swim and sunbathe. Your Jeep tour will include chances to take a dip, and you don't want to miss out on the experience because you were unprepared. Bring an extra plastic bag or a waterproof one to put your wet gear in afterward.
If you’re looking for a tour company to show you Maui's most beautiful sights, choose Hoaloha Jeep Adventures in Wailuku, HI. Their local guides will introduce you to the island’s wonders, including landmarks, fascinating geology, and historic sites. To book an adventure, visit their website or call (808) 493-4060.