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Unequaled beaches, a natural, tropical environment like no other, east to west winds… what could be more enticing than a Hawaii vacation, or better yet – Hawaii vacation rentals? Book your Hawaii vacation rental in plenty of time to take in the breeze. A beach house rental is the best way to enjoy a Hawaiian vacation, as you can enjoy the comforts of home while lounging in paradise!

Hawaii vacation condos and beach homes are attractive for many reasons however. For instance, those looking for great Hawaii vacation deals often find homes more appealing than hotels. A cheap Hawaii vacation is indeed possible, thanks to the extra amenities and space of home! So, what are you waiting for? Book one of our Hawaii vacation rentals today.

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Hawaii vacations almost always consist of surfing, and that's because Hawaii is the king of surfing, which has a long Polynesian history behind it that can even be found in petroglyph carvings. Chiefs used surfing as a strength and agility builder. For huge waves, reserve an Oahu beach house rental between October and March. Other areas, like Waikiki and Kauai, have smaller waves for amateur surfers. Oahu’s town of Haleiwa is especially attractive for travelers, as it has vacation rentals for those who want quality surf breaks and nearby campgrounds. A Hawaii rental vacation home may even ensure you get front row tickets to a surfing or windsurfing world championship!

Hawaii Key Areas

Tropical plants and flowers of various climate zones abound in Kauai. After you step out of your Kauai vacation home rental to go shopping, you will likely find yourself in Kukui Grove Center, on 35 acres of specialty stores, restaurants, and live entertainment; make sure to stop by the Coconut Marketplace for a free hula show. In addition to surfing, Hawaii vacations are also popular for water skiing, as the Kauai Water Ski and Water Surf Company provides waterskiing on the Wailua River. If you are interested in dive sites on your Hawaii vacation, Sunrise & Nitrox Scuba Divers of Kauai offers an underwater scooter tour of the beautiful depths of the ocean. The Na Pali Shore boasts 15 miles of spectacular views, especially by boat; after a rain, you’ll witness waterfalls from 4,000-foot cliffs.

In Oahu, Honolulu, you’ll find a superior blend of art and culture, as well as a good dose of outdoor activity. Oahu’s beaches are world-renowned for sun, surf, and water sports; it’s the location of Waikiki Beach, windsurf-friendly Kailua Beach, the snorkelers’ and scuba divers’ delight, Hanuama Bay, and much more. For a bit of culture, visit Oahu’s Hawaii Maritime Center, which features indoor and outdoor displays sprawling 2,000 years of history. Also, visit the United State’s only royal residence at Iolani Palace, where the final monarchy lived in the late 1800’s. For traditional entertainment, try Germaine’s Luau, which has great hula, costumes, buffet, and an exciting fire knife dance. Or play a round a golf at the Koola Golf Club, a course that will take you by majestic cliffs and waterfalls.

A must-see for those spending their Hawaii vacations in Molokai is the Kalaupapa Peninsula, below the highest sea cliffs in the world. A guided tour by air or land (you can hike or ride a mule), is generally mandated; visitors must be 16 or older. For some culture and history, there is the Molokai Museum and Cultural Center, and a restored 19th century sugar mill. Molokai is for those who love to fish: a wealth of fishing opportunities and fishing charters exist. Purdy’s Natural Macadamia Nut Farm has everything you want to know about macadamia nuts; don’t forget to taste the samples!

Lanai has the feel of a private island, and the outdoor attractions here are special. The nature trail in the Kanepu’u Preserv is a surprising dryland forest where the endangered Hawaiian gardenia lives, among other species. Lana’ihale’s summit provides an excellent view of the Hawaiian Islands. The Garden of the Gods is a crimson-colored landscape, dotted with rocks and boulders; meanwhile, two award-winning resorts greet you in Lanai.

Maui vacation rentals are great for sight seeing. Maui's dominant feature is a dormant volcano named Mt. Haleakala, and Haleakala National Park presents 28,655 acres, 19,270 of them pure wilderness. For active volcanoes, visit the Volcanoes National Park, which is home to two of them: Mauna Loa and Kilauea. If seeing marine life up close without getting wet sounds fun, you can go to the Maui Ocean Center, the biggest aquarium in Hawaii; it offers an acrylic tunnel to view life such as sharks and fish. Dive Maui is a well-known school throughout the world and it holds classes that have unique views of lava formations, coral reefs, and even shipwrecks. Maui has a plethora of activities to partake in, which makes it a popular destination for many on their Hawaii vacations. The Big Island of Hawaii boasts 11 different climatic zones out of a possible 13 worldwide, giving it a wide variety of terrain to explore, from grassy fields to volcanic rock. Black sand beaches and a rare green sand beach exist here on the south of the island. History on the Big Island returns to symbolic drawings in ancient rock carvings, found in several petroglyph parks. Great shopping and dining are found in the Kailua-Kona area, while the pace is a bit slower and more relaxed in the seaport Hilo. Kona, Hawaii vacation rentals are a favorite among easygoing travelers who seek a private retreat.

So whether you're dreaming of a discount Hawaii vacation or a dreamy, luxurious escape, you can find the perfect accommodations for it right here.

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