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Highlights in Hawaii
- Volcanos and lava
- Iolani Palace
- Canyons and forest
- Colourful beaches
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Hawaii
The only US State which is a string of islands, your first challenge is to decide which one is for you! There is a profusion of lettings all around Oahu, home to Hawaii’s state capital city of Honolulu and a surfer’s paradise. Or what not opt for accommodation in Kauai, with some of the world’s most spectacular scenery, lush rainforests and crashing waterfalls? If you’re more of an off the beaten track kind of person, check out the lettings on the less populated and outrageously beautiful island of Molokai.A room with a view of paradise
Incredible, spectacular, outstanding – just some of the words used to describe the views you are bound to get from your Hawaiian holiday letting. From cabins to houses to city flats, there is accommodation to suit all tastes. Choose from beachfront lettings, or if you prefer the urban lifestyle, smart city condos, or perhaps an eco-cabin set in Hawaii’s lush green rainforest would make for your perfect holiday?
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The area and getting around
The biggest airport on Hawaii is on Oahu and this is where most international flights land. Hawaii consists of 6 populated islands: Oahu, Hawaii Island (Big Island), Kauai and Maui offer the most facilities and are the most populous islands, while Molokai and Lanai are best for an adventure away from the tourists. In terms of landscapes, the north and eastern sides of Hawaii are wetter and greener while the south and west is more arid.An outdoors paradise
Most people think of sea and surf when they think of Hawaii, and there’s no doubt that it’s a world leader in this respect. But Hawaii offers much more than its pristine beaches and turquoise waters. Discover 50 state parks with the most active volcano on Earth, Kilauea, on the Big Island, Waimea Canyon on the island of Kauai, known as Hawaii’s Grand Canyon, and don’t miss the local’s favourite: Iao Valley, a peaceful place offering easy hikes and a dizzying array of tropical plants to discover.
Travellers and activities
There are many reasons why Hawaii is pure heaven for honeymooners. Contemplating your life together while staring at the life blood of the planet bubbling from a crater in the Hawaii Volcano National Park is a truly existential experience. Cooler pleasures are to be found soaring above the island in a helicopter ride – a once in a lifetime experience that gives you a birds’ eye view of the forests, beaches and lava flows of these extraordinary and romantic islands.Hawaii for watersports enthusiasts
Riding the waves is not the only watersport you’ll find on Hawaii. Ride a jet ski around Maunalua Bay or try wakeboarding off the coast of Oahu – like snowboarding but on water! Prefer being in the water rather than on it? Snorkelling and scuba diving around Hawaii is spectacular, and you’ll have the chance to explore underwater caves and see remarkable sea life such as turtles and manta rays, as well as some of the finest coral reefs in the world. We particularly recommend Hanauma Bay for coral reef exploration.
The super-active volcano Kilauea produces enough lava to cover a 40- mile long road every day of the year!
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The Sea Life Park on Oahu gives you a unique insight into the rich and varied marine life in the coastal areas around the islands of Hawaii. Both educational and fun, this is a must-see attraction for the young and young at heart.2. The black, the green and the red
Hawaii is famous for its extraordinary beaches, which feature sand of pure green, such as Papakolea Beach, darkest black, such as Punaluu Beach, or hot lava red, such as Kaihalulu Beach, all created by the different mineral make-up of the miniature tones of the coast.3. Marvel at the Iolani Palace
Formerly the home of the monarchs of Hawaii, Iolani Palace is the only official royal residence in the entire United States. Explore the delights of the palace and learn about its exciting and tragic history. You’ll find Iolani Palace in the city of Honolulu.4. Walk around the harbour that changed history
The attack on Pearl Harbour brought the USA into the second World War, and while it still functions as an active military base, it offers much for the visitor to see. USS Bowfin Submarine Museum gives you a close-quarters look at life aboard a WWII-era submarine. At Arizona Memorial, take a tour and learn about the historical significance of this place for our world.5. Do the hula on Oahu
Check out the culturally sensitive tours which allow you to join a traditional Luau on Oahu and learn to hula the Hawaiian way. This is a wonderful way to learn about Hawaii’s cultural roots.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Hawaii
What was the average price for a holiday rental in Hawaii in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?
Hawaii is one of the most expensive regions in the USA! The costs for a holiday rental here amounts to about £283.54 per night.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Hawaii?
If you want to save the maximum amount during your visit to Hawaii, pack your bags and travel there in October (£246.43 per night on average), June (£267.26), or September (£267.38) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Hawaii?
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of January (£342.53), February (£330.85), and March (£308.86).
Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Hawaii?
If you decide to discover Hawaii, we recommend planning your travels long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 69% in the year 2020.
Which months offer the highest availability?
The best months to find free accommodation in Hawaii are September (the average amount of properties that are available reached 51.75% of the total in 2020), August (46.8%), and July (46.75%).
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Hawaii?
The months with the lowest properties available in Hawaii are, in order, January, February and March, with respective average availability figures of 3.5%, 3.6%, and 11.5%, based on data collected in 2020.
How many rentals are available in Hawaii?
In Hawaii we work with 11 different partners to give you a choice of 18000 properties, so you will not be short of options!