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Vacation Rental Price Information in Waikiki
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Waikiki for the next twelve months. Waikīkī is more expensive in February (2/1 - 2/8), where prices are on average $225 a night. In October (10/26 - 11/2), prices will hit an average low of $199 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Waikiki
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Waikikifor the next twelve months. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in March (3/23 - 3/30). The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in September (9/28 - 10/5).
The Weather in Waikiki
This is the climate diagram in Waikiki. July is the warmest month in Waikiki with average maximum temperatures of 87°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 66°. The rainiest month is September while the driest month is January.
Soak in the laidback ambiance of Waikiki with a vacation rental
With beautiful blue waters and pristine white sands, Waikīkī is the most famous beach resort on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Looking at Waikīkī now, with its number of trendy bars, restaurants and attractions, it's difficult to believe that it was once a marshland.
A vacation home is the perfect way to enjoy a relaxing vacation in Waikīkī. Whether you're traveling with family or friends, you can choose from studios, luxury condos, or even beach front cottages.
Dishes to try in Waikīkī
The plate lunch at Rainbow Drive-In is highly recommended for a taste of Hawaii. This filling dish offers hungry patrons a little bit of everything – macaroni salad, white rice, and three different choices of meat or fish, namely teriyaki beef, mahi mahi, and fried chicken.
Order cocoa puffs at the Liliha Bakery when you want to indulge your sweet tooth. Unlike the cereal, this dessert is essentially a cream puff filled with delicious chocolate, and topped off with a macadamia nut Chantilly frosting.
Fun events in Waikīkī
Perhaps the largest block party in Hawaii, Waikīkī Hoolaulea is an annual festival held in September. Here you can enjoy different genres of Hawaiian music, eat delicious island food, and peruse all the Hawaiian crafts for sale.
The Honolulu Festival celebrates harmony and understanding between all the ethnicities in Honolulu. Held in March, there is both a Grand Parade and fireworks display on the last day.
Must-see attractions in Waikīkī
Tour Guide Cliff
Cliff is a tour guide who will take you on your own private tour of Oahu so that you can explore all the island's most hidden secrets. With an exceptional knowledge of the island, Cliff takes you to see some incredible views overlooking the island, as well as beautiful secluded beaches.
The most famous of Oahu's many beaches, Waikīkī Beach stretches for around two miles and has eight different sections. This white sand beach is ideal for surfing, snorkeling, swimming, and sand combing with kids.
Atlantis Submarine Waikīkī
Atlantis Submarine gives you a unique opportunity to view the bounty of the ocean in its natural habitat. This submarine dives to depths of more than 100 feet, and some of the marine life you might catch include stingrays, sharks, eels, and green turtles.
Once a volcanic crater, Hanauma Bay is a gorgeous cove and is the best site for snorkeling on Oahu. See living corals, angel fish, turtles, as well as the Humuhumunukunukuapua'a (Reef triggerfish), which is the state fish of Hawaii.
Located in downtown Honolulu, Iolani Palace was the residence of the last two monarchs of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Built in a European architectural style, the interior of this palace houses lavish furniture, dramatic Hawaiian royalty portraits, and a stunning koa staircase.
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