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Vacation Rental Price Information in Hawaii
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Hawaii. Prices in a week of February (2/1 - 2/8) go up to $324 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. In August (8/3 - 8/10), prices will hit an average low of $243 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Hawaii
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Hawaii. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in June (6/29 - 7/6). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in August (8/24 - 8/31).
The Weather in Hawaii
This is the climate diagram in Hawaii. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 62°. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is January.
Choose a Hawaii Vacation Rental and Bask in the Sun, Sea, and Surf
Hawaii is not only the newest US state, but it is also the only state that is entirely made up of islands, and these islands are so much more than just a paradise for beach lovers. With its lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, and snow-capped volcanoes, the "Aloha State" overflows with natural beauty and attracts nature lovers and adventure junkies alike.
Hawaii boasts a strong multicultural community, where descendants of American missionaries, Asian immigrants, and native Polynesians all co-exist side by side. Whether you are traveling with friends or family, you will feel equally welcomed on the islands. Book yourself a beachfront condo or cozy cottage to feel totally at home in this unique state. Hawaiian vacation rentals not only offer security and convenience but also provide the perfect opportunity to bathe in Hawaii's laid-back atmosphere.
Getting to Your Vacation Rental in Hawaii
If you are arriving by air, you will most likely land at the Honolulu International Airport, which is located near the island’s capital city. This airport serves the main island of O’ahu and is the gateway to Hawaii. From the airport, you can choose from a variety of domestic flights traveling to other islands.
If you wish to stay on O’ahu you have the option of taking public transport to your accommodation from the airport. The number 19 bus will bring you directly into the heart of Honolulu. You also have the option of taking a taxi or an airport coach, or you can even rent a car to make the island more accessible. If you are driving, keep in mind that highway 1 will take you straight into town. Many visitors to these islands may also arrive by cruise ship, most of which dock in Honolulu.
What to Eat on Your Vacation in Hawaii
Hawaii possesses a unique Pacific island cuisine. These amazing islands use the freshest of ingredients throughout their delicious dishes, including beef raised on the state’s upland pastures, diverse vegetables and fruit grown in rich volcanic soil, and an astonishing amount of seafood from the beautiful turquoise waters surrounding the islands. Indulge in the diversity of Hawaiian cuisine, and be amazed by the variety of foods served here.
If you are looking for something international, visit the multicultural hub of Honolulu, serving a number of diverse cuisines, from Japanese to Italian.
When to Visit Hawaii
There is no bad time to visit Hawaii, and your choice of season when visiting the islands will depend on your requirements for a vacation.
The best time to visit Hawaii for great weather is in April and May or September and October. The winter months tend to be rainy with the chance of hurricanes being highest between June and November.
If you are coming to Hawaii to surf, the best swells can be found in the winter months from November to March. December can get very busy so book your vacation rental in advance over the high-season.
Those planning to hit the slopes from some snow on Mauna Kea should try to travel in February or March. There is always snow on the mountain but the best consistency is usually seen in March.
The Best Sites in Hawaii
The Hawaiian Islands are world famous for housing some truly incredible sights. One of the most well-known spots is Diamond Head, an incredible cone-shaped volcano from which you have beautiful scenic views, including a view over Honolulu, located directly below. Another fantastic volcanic formation is the Haleakalā National Park on the island of Maui. This spot covers around 33,000 acres and is a beautiful place to hike or take a tour around. If you love volcanoes, also check out Mauna Kea, the highest mountain in the archipelago, on the island of Hawaii.
One of the most sought after places in Hawaii is the USS Arizona Memorial. This amazing monument is located in Pearl Harbor near Honolulu and is dedicated to the lives of those lost in the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II.
The 5 Best Beaches Close to Your Hawaii Vacation Rental
Hawaii is known for its excellent swimming and surfing beaches. You can find a vacation rental within a short walk of most of these beaches.
1. Kauna 'oa Beach: This beach is limited to just 25 people per day allowing you to escape the crowds and enjoy a private piece of Paradise.
2. Punalu'u Beach: A beach with black sands and a nesting site for endangered green sea turtles.
3. Hapuna Beach: Ideal for those wanting to sunbathe on pure white sand, swim in shallow waters, and be close to a range of bars and restaurants.
4. Waimea Bay: Famous for its giant swell in the winter that attracts surfers from all over the world to its clear waters.
5. Lanikai: Ranked as one of the best beaches in the world with turquoise waters, pristine sand, palm trees, and calm water that is safe for swimming.
Nightlife in the Islands
Adventures in Hawaii do not stop when the sun goes down. The state is home to numerous jazz clubs, karaoke bars, quiet cocktail spots, rock and roll dance clubs, as well as traditional Hawaiian hangouts. Some of these places even stay open until 4 am. Waikiki is renowned for its varied nightlife options, and a lot of travelers, surfers, and locals spend time here.
RumFire is a luxurious beachside lounge that is extremely popular because of its great music, delicious cocktails, Waikiki beach views, and comfort food. Mai Tai’s, on the other hand, is the bar to go to when you are looking for authentic Hawaiian ambiance and tasty tropical drinks, including Mai Tais, the house specialty.
The Best Nature Sites to Visit From Your Hawaiian Vacation Rental
One of the places to visit on the Big Island of Hawaii is the incredible Volcanoes National Park. Here you can actually see red-hot lava oozing out of the Earth's core and pouring down the mountainside. It doesn't get more up-close-and-personal than this!
Drive down the Hana Road on Maui to discover the true beauty of Hawaiian nature. Hana road is a scenic section of the highway that runs from Pa’ia to the isolated town of Hana. This spectacular stretch of road takes you alongside the ocean and through lush forests before reaching this traditional Hawaiian town.
Annual Festivals and Events
If you can’t be in New Orleans for Mardi Gras, there is no need to worry – take a trip to Hawaii instead. The Mardi Gras Carnaval Honolulu is an annual event where you will find street parades, authentic Louisiana cuisine, over-the-top Mardi Gras costumes, and live musical performances.
Kamehameha Festival is celebrated by all Hawaiians and pays tribute to Kamehameha I – the person responsible for uniting the islands in 1975. Held in June, the festival is famous for its traditional pa’u flower and horse parade.
The Top 5 Things to See and Do on Your Vacation in Hawaii
1. Climb to Diamond Head State Monument
Take a steady hike and climb to the rim of this volcanic crater on O'ahu. With an observation deck and picnic facilities at the top, you'll be treated to some of the most stunning views on the island.
2. Reflect at the WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument
Visit the site of one of the most tragic battles in US history. This monument comprises of a number of exhibits commemorating those who lost their lives during WWII.
3. Escape to the Haleakala Crater
Located on the island of Maui, this volcanic crater provides visitors with awe-inspiring panoramic views and a unique collection of wildlife.
4. Marvel at Waimea Canyon
Nicknamed "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific," this vast attraction is another provider of beautiful panoramas. You can drive through or even hike if you choose.
5. Check out Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
The Kīlauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes are located on the Big Island. Check out these natural wonders that are both active and ready to be explored! You will also find exhibits and viewpoints nearby.
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