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Vacation Rental Price Information in Kailua-Kona
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices in Kailua-Kona. Prices in a week of January (1/12 - 1/19) go up to $323 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. Prices are more affordable in June (6/29 - 7/6).
Rental Availability Information in Kailua-Kona
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Kailua-Kona. In a week of December (12/22 - 12/29), 88% of the vacation rentals are booked. Conversely, 88% of the rentals are still available during a week in August (8/24 - 8/31).
The Weather in Kailua-Kona
Above are the weather conditions for Kailua-Kona. In the next 6 months, August will have higher average temperatures. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 66°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
Tranquility awaits with a vacation rental in Hawaii's Kailua-Kona
Popularly known as 'Kailua',’ ‘Kona Town’ or just ‘Town,’ Kailua-Kona has a history as rich as its landscapes. A sense of awe never fails to descend on the island dotted with stunning vacation rentals and cottages. Make Kailua-Kuna your base to explore Hawaiian culture.
Island culture and history
Culture enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to Hulihe'e Palace, the erstwhile vacation residence of King Kalākaua and Queen Kapi‘olani. Also recommended is the 90-minute Historic Kailua Village Walking Tour. Look out for the towering steeple of the active Moku`aikaua Church; Kailua's tallest structure which also boasts walls made of lava rock.
Glimpses into early Japanese immigrant life await at the Kona Coffee Living History Farm. Here costumed staff recount exciting tales of the past. Dedicated to Hawaii's first astronaut, the Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka Space Center merits a visit for its space-related memorabilia and space travel simulator.
Nothing like the outdoors
Water-babies and land-lubbers alike have much to cheer about in Kailua-Kona. Choose from surfing, fishing, diving, boating, snorkeling, and swimming, or caving, hiking and biking. Take in bird's-eye-views of the island's thrashing waterfalls and beaches with a helicopter tour.
Other activities include whale excursions and night-diving to spot the manta rays. Underwater photographers will ensure that your exploits are captured on camera. There's plenty to keep you busy in Kailua-Kona, and vacation cottages on the shore's of the Pacific will guarantee a memorable experience.
Mauna Kea Summit
At 4,207 meters, Mauna Kea Summit is Hawaii's highest point. To reach the top you can drive from sea-level to the peak in just two hours. This dormant volcano is about a million years old, and one of the best spots to observe the heavens come nightfall.
Manini'owali Beach (Kua Bay)
A paradisical white sand beach at Kua Bay and the turquoise waters at Manini'owali Beach are perfect for snorkeling and swimming. On a good day, you might even spot dolphins and humpback whales from the shore. The beach is part of the larger Kekaha Kai State Park.
Also known as Hawaii State Highway 200, Saddle Road is a popular scenic drive. It touches an elevation of 6,632 feet, at Humuula Saddle. Drive carefully as wildlife often cross the roads at unexpected times.
Ocean Rider Seahorse Farm
Take a biologist-led tour at this farm which raises seahorses for research purposes and aquariums. You can watch the little creatures swim, hook tails and dance in the tanks. The farm is just outside Kona International Airport.
Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park
Located south of Kona International Airport (KOA), the park is home to the National Historic Landmarked archaeological site called the Honokōhau Settlement. Discover traditional native Hawaiian culture, and watch out for the Hawaiian green sea turtles and Hawaiian monk seals on Honokōhau Beach.
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