Hawaii Vacation Rentals
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Big Island, Hawaii
The Big Island of Hawaii is truly a natural wonder. The island's weather varies North to South from rainforests to desert-like conditions. Kilauea Caldera, the world's longest continually erupting volcano, is one of the island's most popular attractions. Take a scenic driving tour of Chain of Craters Drive and Thurston Lava Tube. Explore the rainforests, waterfalls, and botanical gardens of the Hamakua Coast. In Hilo, visit the Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo and Hilo's Coral Reef Discovery Center. On Mauna Kea, climb to the summit and discover the Onizuka Center for International Astronomy. Stop by the Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka Space Center, dedicated to Hawaii's first astronaut. Learn the history of the Big Island at Hulihe'e Palace, Kamuela Museum, and the Pacific Tsunami Museum. Don't leave the Island without experiencing an authentic luau! With a vacation home rental, Hawaii is yours to discover.
Looking for an island vacation a little closer to home? A Hilton Head vacation home rental in South Carolina might be the perfect fit.
Popular Big Island Links
Chain of Craters Drive
Thurston Lava Tube
Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo
Hilo's Coral Reef Discovery Center
Onizuka Center for International Astronomy
Astronaut Ellison S. Onizuka Space Center
Pacific Tsunami Museum
Kauai...Hawaii's Garden Isle. Plan a great vacation by renting a home on the enchanting island of Kauai. If you are vacationing with your family or if you are alone, Kauai will keep you occupied and amazed. Kauai is the northern-most Hawaiian Island, complete with lush green mountains and rainforests, breath-taking waterfalls, and an abundance of unspoiled beaches. Kauai has a wealth of beautiful golf courses. There are eight courses on this one-of-a-kind island, including private and public, and two courses designed by golf professional Jack Nicklaus. Take a horseback ride along the coast or through Waimea Canyon. Marlin and tuna fishing off Kauai's coast is highly recommended for adventurous fishers.
Back on shore, test your endurance by hiking on one of Kauai's trails; the most popular to explore are the Kuilau Ridge Trail and the Kalalau Trail. For water lovers, try wind-sufing or SCUBA diving off-shore. Children love to explore the Kauai Children's Discovery Museum. The history and culture of Kauai is fascinating. Be sure to visit the Koloa History Center on the South Shore, Grove Farm Homestead Museum in Lihue, and Kokee Museum on the West Side.
Popular Kauai Links
Maui is known as the Magical Isle. Now you can discover that magic for yourself with a Maui vacation home rental. Explore Maui or visit its small nearby islands, Molokai and Lanai. Maui holds a range of activities from climbing Haleakala, the world's largest dormant volcano, to touring the Maui Pineapple Company. Maui has many activities for the outdoor adventurer. After exploring Haleakala, hike through Iao Valley Park, rent a kayak or canoe, or try snorkeling and SCUBA diving. There are many enchanting gardens to tour on Maui. Maui Nui Botanical Gardens and Orchids of Olinda are very popular to island visitors. Be sure to consider a surf school, or a submarine, helicopter, or airplane tour.
Maui has been voted the number one island in the world for golf and with its beautiful and challenging courses, it definitely deserves that title. While you are in Maui, drive the famous road to Hana. Also visit the Maui Ocean Center, the nation's largest tropical reef aquarium.
If you enjoy island hopping, sample more of what the region has to offer with a Kona, Hawaii vacation rental home.
Popular Maui Links
Haleakala National Park
Maui Pineapple Company Tour
Maui Nui Botanical Gardens
Orchids of Olinda
Maui Ocean Center