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Staycation: 4 Great Ways to Stay and Play


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photo: courtesy of budget

Your Free Gift Awaits

When you rent a car from Budget, you automatically receive a free gift at a variety of great restaurants, shops and attractions across the Islands. And the best part is, you don’t have to do a thing. Budget has free gift coupons waiting for you when you pick up your keys. Budget features seven locations across Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island.
 


PHOTO: COURTESY OF BUDGET

4. See it all from behind the wheel.

Sometimes there’s no better way to see Hawaii than with the top down and sunglasses on. Whether you’re vacationing Interisland or just taking off for the day, consider an upgrade from your usual A-to-B vehicle to a dream machine. Rent a convertible, a Jeep or maybe even a zippy sports car from Budget to take you through Upcountry Maui, over the Hana Highway, along the Kona Coast, into Waimea Canyon or around east Oahu via Kalanianaole Highway from Waikiki to Kailua. Wherever you go, take the time to stop at the  favorite local eateries, roadside stands or the lookout point you might normally breeze right by. Visit budget.com for reservation information.
 

 

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