Vacation Rentals in Hawaii Island

$2,392 CAD
Per Night

113570 - Aloha Sands - 4 Bedrooms
Villa Rental in Big Island
4 Bedrooms · 10 Guests · #257454

$9,968 CAD
Per Night

113554 - Nani Paniau - 6 Bedrooms
Villa Rental in Puako
6 Bedrooms · 16 Guests · #219875

$6,645 CAD
Per Night

113554 - Nani Paniau - 6 Bedrooms
Villa Rental in Puako
6 Bedrooms · 12 Guests · #219874

$1,994 CAD
Per Night

111602 - Home Of The Hula Moon - 4 Bedrooms
Villa Rental in Big Island
4 Bedrooms · 10 Guests · #219736

$3,323 CAD
Per Night

111151 - Puako Hylton - 4 Bedrooms
Villa Rental in South Kohala
4 Bedrooms · 10 Guests · #219682

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Hawaii Island Vacation Rentals, Cottages & More!

Located in the state of Hawaii in the North Pacific Ocean, Hawaii Island or the “Orchid Isle,†is known for its beaches, parks, and historic sites, and has vacation rentals scattered throughout.

 Often called the Big Island, Hawaii is the largest of the island chain. Home to pristine black sand beaches and snow-capped peaks, hardened lava deserts and lush rainforests, and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest park in the state—Hawaii is a nature lover’s paradise. The island can be experienced through a number of popular recreational activities, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing, golfing, swimming, surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and wildlife watching.

 From age-old fishing villages to modern mega-resorts and chilled-out surfer towns to Native Hawaiian communities, Hawaii appeals to people of all ages and interests. Downtown Hilo, the island’s capital city, provides opportunities for local culture, dining, and shopping with centuries-old wooden storefronts, art galleries, museums, boutiques, restaurants, and a farmers’ market. Puuhonua o Honaunau and Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Parks and Puukohola Heiau National Historic Site immerse visitors in Native Hawaiian history and culture. Experience cattle and cowboys in Waimea, or coffee farms in Kona, many of which offer public tours, or catch hula throughout the island at seasonal festivals, competitions, and luaus.

 Hawaii Island offers an array of natural, outdoors, and cultural attractions, as well as a variety of facilities and rental accommodation options, and is easily accessible from Kona in the west or Hilo in the east, and their International Airports.

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