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Price and Availability Index Waimea
Vacation Rental Price Information in Waimea
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Waimea for the next six months. The most expensive prices are in January (1/19 - 1/26). Prices reach an average of $340 per night. The cheapest week to book a vacation rental is in December (12/22 - 12/29).
Rental Availability Information in Waimea
Check how busy Waimea is with our availability graph. The week with the highest booking rate is in December (12/22 - 12/29). Only 38% of the rentals are still available. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in April (4/20 - 4/27).
The weather in Waimea
Check out the climate diagram for Waimea. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The wettest month is February with 11 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 6 rainy days in June, which is the driest month.
A Waimea vacation home, under tropical blue skies, amid rolling hills
The largest town on the interior of the big island of Hawai'i, Waimea lets you experience the island in an authentic way. A short drive from your vacation home, you'll find the soft white sand beaches of the Kohala coast. Around your vacation rental are the open, rolling hills of numerous ranches, and just a bit farther afield, you'll reach the tropical forests for which Hawaii is famous.
Temple ruins over the sea
For gorgeous windswept views and a simultaneous glimpse into Hawaii's history, visit Pu'ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, set in a national park. The site is home to the ruins of a heiau, or temple, constructed by the ruler Kamehameha the Great, from 1790 to 1791. Remnants of the walls, made from lava rocks, remain. After you see the temple, you can go for a hike on the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail.
Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area is archetypal Hawaii, with crystal clear waters for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. Later in the season, the sea becomes too rough (some waves reach 3ft.) for little ones, but is ideal for surfers. Beach 69 has protected waters and plenty of shade, making it great for families, though be aware that nudists frequent its north end. Mau 'umae Beach is one of the best-loved in the area, and is especially good for snorkeling.
Mountain sights and picturesque stops
Kohala Mountain Road stretches between three volcanic mountains along the peninsula, offering some of the most breathtaking views on the island. Ending in Hawi, the road has plenty of photo ops, with an enclave of cafes, organic restaurants, and art galleries once you get into town. The farmers' market is great for stocking up on local produce. Don't forget to check out Kamehameha the Great's statue. Built in Florence, Italy, it was recovered from a sunken ship.
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