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Price and Availability Index Hawaiian Islands
Vacation Rental Price Information on Hawaii Island
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. Prices in a week of February (2/2 - 2/9) go up to $250 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. However, in July (7/28 - 8/4), prices decrease to an average of $194 per night.
Rental Availability Information on Hawaii Island
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals on Hawaii Island. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 12 months is in December (12/22 - 12/29), where 62% of the vacation rentals are booked. On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of April (4/27 - 5/4).
The Weather on Hawaii Island
The above is a climate diagram for Hawaiian Islands. September is the warmest month on Hawaii Island with average maximum temperatures of 86°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 64°. Bring your umbrella in June, the rainiest month of the year!
Unwind at a vacation home by the windswept coast of Big Island
Big Island is twice the size of all the Hawaiian islands put together, yet the youngest of them all. Its diversity, with Chinese, Japanese, Filipino, and Portuguese influences, won't disappoint culture travelers – you'll have your hands full with museum visits, Hawaiian luau performances, and community events. Come for the active volcanos, miles of rainforests, and jaw-dropping sceneries, all best experienced while staying at a cozy vacation rental.
Big Island gastronomy
Waves of immigration have no doubt contributed to the island's distinctive and varied culinary delights. Try the local cacao (chocolate) and Hawaiian macadamia nuts grown in rich volcanic soil. Popular street snacks include Malasadas, a Portuguese sugar-fried dough snack, and loco moco, a dish served with rice, brown gravy, fried egg, and a burger patty.
Another must-try is the world-famous gourmet Kona coffee. Kālua pig cooked inside an underground oven is best served at Hawaiian luaus (cultural shows). Another favorite is poke (raw fish), marinated with soy sauce, lemons, and onions. Taro root-based Hawaiian pudding, po'i, is a Big Island favorite.
Many venues organize traditional nightly entertainment with firepits, open-air music sessions, and dance. Live music and free hula shows are a regular affair at On the Rocks in Kailua-Kona.
Laverne’s Sports Bar in Coconut Grove Market Place draws crowds with its fun theme nights, happy hours, and DJ parties, and jazz, country, and rock music await at Bongo Ben’s on Ali'i Drive. For a quiet night, catch an indie flick at Hilo's neoclassical Palace Theater. Finally, don't forget the local microbreweries. Big Island Brewhaus in Waimea, Kona Brewing Company, and Hilo's Mehana Brewing Company make for the perfect finale to your Hawaiian sojourn.
Big Island sights
Akaka Falls State Park
A short hike through the park will bring you to two magnificent cascades: 100-foot Kahuna Falls, and 442-foot Akaka Falls – Hawaii's most popular. If you have time, check out the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden as well.
Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park
Explore the summit of Kīlauea by following Crater Rim Drive, which traverses the caldera floor and tropical rainforests. The scenery is unforgettable – make sure to bring your camera!
Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park
The Hawaii of old awaits at this park's exciting sledding tracks, age-old temple platforms, royal fishponds, and heritage coastal village sites. Enjoy snorkeling at the rough lava beach and watch the sea turtles in action.
Not for the faint-hearted, the road to this valley is steep. However, the ride promises dramatic views of the Hawaiian landscapes. The contrast of the black sands and crystal water is fabulous.
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