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Price and Availability Index in Honolulu
Vacation Rental Price Information in Honolulu
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the vacation homes & apartments in Honolulu. Honolulu is more expensive in December (12/22 - 12/29), where prices are on average $242 a night. The week with the lowest average prices is in August (8/31 - 9/7).
Rental Availability Information in Honolulu
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. It is in December that you will find the week with the least available rentals (12/22 - 12/29). On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of April (4/27 - 5/4).
The Weather in Honolulu
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Honolulu with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 87°. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is February.
Honolulu Vacation Rentals Let You Experience Hawaii Your Way
As the capital of the state and the most populous city in Hawaii, Honolulu offers holidaymakers the perfect combination of natural beauty and urban excitement. In the local language, Honolulu means "sheltered harbor," or "calm port," and this quality is reflected in the local laid-back culture and atmosphere. A Honolulu vacation home is an ideal, relaxing base from which to explore the city and the island of Oahu.
Getting to you Honolulu vacation rental
Honolulu is easily accessed from its international airport. Known as the gateway to the rest of the Hawaiian islands, Honolulu International Airport is served by all major North American airports and offers daily flights to most major cities across the continental United States and to Canada. From the airport, many visitors choose to rent a car in order to easily access other parts of the island of Oahu during their stay in one of Honolulu's vacation homes. However, the city center is easily accessed by public transportation, taxi and shuttle services from the airport.
Sights to see in sunny Honolulu
In addition to its wealth of outdoor activities, there are many sights not to be missed during your stay in one of many Honolulu vacation homes.
Iolani Palace is a national historic landmark located conveniently in downtown Honolulu. The palace is the former home of the Hawaiian monarchy and was the residence of the final king and queen in the late 1800s. The palace is open to visitors with a guide or self-guided audio tour and offers a greater understanding of the cultural and historical side of the islands.
Not far from Iolani Palace is the Kawaiahao Church, which was the first Christian church to be built on Oahu and dates to 1842. The church is a significant landmark in Honolulu and marks the transition from an isolated culture to one of American heritage and cultural dominance. The building itself is unique, as it is constructed from more than 14,000 slabs of coral from nearby ocean reefs. The building and its grounds were made a National Historic Landmark in the 1960s.
Not far from Honolulu is Pearl Harbor, the site of a major American naval base and the target of Japanese bombing in 1942, marking the entry of America into World War II. Today, the site houses a memorial and museum commemorating the loss of life and sacrifice of the people of Oahu and U.S.A. naval personnel. Though located outside of the city, Pearl Harbor is easily accessed from Honolulu vacation rentals by taxi, public transportation or rental car.
Art and Culture in Hawaii and Honolulu
Hawaii is known for its outdoor splendors, but it is also a cultural and artistic hub in the Pacific. The concentration of performing and visual arts venues in downtown makes enjoyment of them easy from your hub in one of the many Honolulu vacation rentals.
Honolulu is home to one of the oldest symphonies in the western part of the United States. The Honolulu Symphony is world-renowned and holidaymakers are encouraged to attend one of their performances.
While staying in a Honolulu vacation rental, travelers can also take advantage of traditional Hawaiian art and culture. Traditional performing arts can be viewed at the Diamond Heart Theater and the Hawaii Opera Theater, among other, smaller venues. Traditional Hawaiian visual art can be enjoyed at the Honolulu Museum of Art as well as at the Hawaii State Art Museum.
Excursions in and around Honolulu
Due to its unique island landscape and tropical climate, Honolulu is the ideal location for those looking to spice up their vacation with outdoor adventures.
Honolulu is synonymous with the worldwide fame of Waikiki Beach. Known for its white sand beaches, clear water and ideal surfing conditions, Waikiki Beach is a popular destination for locals and holidaymakers alike. The beach is accessed publically in many locations and is comprised of eight sections. Surfing, swimming, sand combing or relaxing in the sun – Waikiki Beach has it all!
Honolulu is also home to a plethora of activities further inland. Diamond Head State Monument (or Leahi as it is known in Hawaiian) is located directly behind the skyline of downtown Honolulu and offers panoramic views over the city. The area is ideal for hiking and enjoying the tropical flora and fauna of the island. The park is comprised of a large crater containing shiny calcite crystals, which were originally mistaken for diamonds, thereby giving the monument its name.
Honolulu: Striking nature and poignant history
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
This stunning bay situated in East Honolulu is one of the many natural wonders of the island. A staggering 400 species of fish are here, as well as turtles and parrotfish.
Koko Crater Trail
The Koko Crater Trail is regarded as one of the best on the island. Rising to an impressive 1207 feet above sea level, the trail rewards visitors with panoramic views from the summit.
Diamond Head State Monument
This crater was declared a State Monument back in 1968, and was formerly used as a military lookout point. A challenging hike leads to spectacular views of the Pacific ocean.
Pearl Harbor / WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument
Dedicated to the battle at Pearl Harbour, this site features informative galleries, a theater and a bookshop.
USS Arizona Memorial
Set out in the water, this memorial pays tribute to those who lost their lives in the Pearl Harbour attack.
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