All of Hawaii's islands are impressive vacation destinations, each having premium Hawaii vacation rentals and properties for you to enjoy while on vacation in Hawaii. Click on the Hawaiian island destination that appeals to you and browse a listing of our distinctive Hawaii vacation rentals, homes, villas, condos, suites and resorts.
From quiet, secluded beach front rentals to large all inclusive resorts, you can be sure you will find the Hawaii villa, condo, cottage, or resort rental of your dreams at FindRentals.com. In Oahu, places like Leeward Coast, North Shore, or Windward Coast are vacation hot spots. Hamakua Coast, Hilo District, Kau District, Kohala Coast, Kona Coast, and the Puna District are great spots to stay on the Big Island. Wherever you choose to stay in Hawaii, you can be sure a furnished vacation rental will help to make your stay in Hawaii a dream vacation.
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Oahu's # 1 Luxury Vacation Rental Resource. Specializing in Luxury Condos, Homes, and Estates on the North and South Shores.
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Our friendly staff has been finding condos in Hawaii for our many visitors since 1992. In addition we offer beautiful Maui homes from the luxury to more affordable range.
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Big Island - Not only is the Big Island famous for its active Kilauea Volcanoes, Big Island is also famous for its sheer size as being bigger than all the other Hawaiian Islands combined. Otherwise known as the "Garden Isle," Hawaii Big Island becomes your playground to explore. Try Big Islands Kona coffee on the Kona Coast, venture to a macadamia nut farm, or enjoy the wonderful scent of orchids. Big Island is very unique for its multiple climatic zones ranging from lush green rainforests, dry deserts, and black sand beaches to snow-capped mountains. Big Island is one of the few places in the world where tourists can catch a sun tan and a cold on the same day.
Yes there's even skiing on Big Island's "White Mountain" called Mauna Kea. Located in central Big Island, Mauna Kea is the tallest sea mountain in the world, even taller than Everest at over 32,000 feet from the bottom of the ocean floor. Big Island's Volcanoes National Park is another volcanic attraction exposing millions of years of volcanic activity.
Book your vacation rental in Hawaii and visit Hilo's shops, galleries and restaurants at the base of the world's tallest, most voluminous and most active volcanoes of Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, and Kilauea. Other attractions include Waipio Valley, a fertile valley surrounded by cliffs over 2,000 feet high and the Puukohola Heiau National Historic Site on Kohala Coast; home to sacred places of worship for ancient Hawaiians. Waipio Valley's waterfalls are a must see, especially the 1,300 foot Hiilawe falls, Big Island's tallest waterfall.
Kauai - Oldest and northernmost of the Hawaiian Islands, Kauai boasts a lush tropical setting and some of the best beaches in the world. Over 6 million years of volcanic activity, lava flow, and erosion has helped to create one of the most unique landscapes Hawaii has to offer. Booking your Hawaiian vacation in Kauai places you amongst green covered mountain spires, deep valleys, and craggy cliffs all set against a backdrop of marvelous views of the pacific. Whether your plans call for heart racing adventure or pure relaxation, you'll find both with Kauai vacation rentals right here at FindRentals.com.
Tour West Kauai atop the valley gorges of Waimea Canyon for heart stopping panoramic views of its deep valleys and crested buttes and see why they call Waimea Canyon, Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Stop at the Kokee Museum to pick up your map for adventure hiking or take the Waimea Canyon Drive out to lookout points of the 10 mile long, 1 mile wide, and 3,500 foot deep canyon. Kauai's North Shore is home to the Napali Coast, a mountainous shoreline of jagged cliffs, only accessible by trekking 11 miles to Kalalau Beach.
For the most incredible views of inaccessible areas, there's boat and helicopter tours or kayak rentals. After rainy days, sparkling, cascading waterfalls plummet from Napali's 3,000 foot cliffs. Nearby Hanalei contains a mixture of the old and new from new age artists to laid back locals. In East Kauai, nature buffs will love the array of bird species in the Huleia National Wildlife Refuge while some may be drawn to the Wailua River on route to the Coconut Coast. To the southern shores, Poipu is famous for marine life from exotic fish, to sea turtles and Hawaiian Monk seals. Poipu Beach consistently gets and deserves recognition as one of America's best beaches. From snorkeling to surfing, golfing and hiking, Kauai's abundance of activities along with its unique landscapes and dramatic views will delight those looking to book vacation rentals in Kauai, the "Garden Isle."
Maui - Nicknamed the "Magic Isle," Maui attributes its name to a past when Hawaiians once thought the great Demigod Maui, fished the Hawaiian Islands from the Pacific and harnessed the sun atop Haleakala Mountain. This very site is the current resting place of the Haleakala Crater, the largest dormant volcano on earth. The East Hawaii Haleakala National Park is home to this geological wonder and offers a wide range of visible landscapes from waterfalls and streams, to deserts, forests and untamed wilderness. Many travel to Haleakala Crater by car, bike or their own two feet to experience a one of a kind sunrise above the clouds at 10,000 feet.
Maui is the second largest isle at 727 square miles and was formed by 2 large, simultaneous volcanic eruptions which, after cooling, formed a fertile isthmus valley in between. Today, tourists flock to Maui for its golden sands and developed coastline to the West. For those who want to get away from it all, there are tiny seaside villages and inland towns that speckle the island. Past Wailea, lay a blanket down on Makena Beach (Big Beach), the largest beach in South Maui at 2/3 of a mile long and over 100 yards wide. Whale watching is a popular pastime as over 3,000 Humpback whales visit Maui each winter.
The best site to watch the comings and goings of whales has always been Lahaina, a historic whaling village of the mid 1800's. Trade winds offer the best kite surfing around while the 120 miles of beaches offer anything from parasailing, kayaking, fishing, snorkeling to scuba diving. With over 16 golf courses Maui has become one of the best golfing destinations around. Come to "Magic Isle" and see why many see Maui as the best island the Pacific has to offer.
Molokai - Travel back to simpler times by booking your vacation on the "Friendly Island" of Molokai. With nearly 40 percent of its residents being of Hawaiian descent, you'll experience an Island more true to its traditions than its counterparts. Molokai boasts unspoiled coastlines, beautiful rainforests and the world's tallest sea cliffs. Fish ponds and coral reefs brim with exotic creatures and if you venture to Molokai the right time of year, view Humpback whales as you picnic at the beach. Those who book Hawaiian vacation rentals in Molokai should expect a vacation a little less mainstream without the hustle and bustle of big hotels and restaurants. Learn Hawaiian hunting, fishing and lei making techniques as you marvel at the mountainous volcanoes of Kamakou to the east and Maunaloa in the west. Snorkel and scuba dive in Hawaii's only barrier reef, or catch some sun at Papohaku Beach, Hawaii's largest white sand beach. Those who adore land adventures may enjoy horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking at the Moloaki Ranch.
One of the most invigorating experiences for those booking Molokai vacation rentals is perhaps the 2.9 mile trail to Kalaupapa through 3,600 foot seacliffs in the Kalaupapa National Historic Park. For a rare glimpse of Hawaiian plants and animals, venture out to Halawa Valley where you'll be surprised and awed at the 250 foot Mooula Falls at the end of your 4.2 mile hike. Other interesting sites include the Big Wind Kite Factory, or the Molokai Museum & Cultural Center. There are friendly shops in Molokai's largest town of Kaunakakai and a golfing resort in Kaluakoi. Marvel at picturesque views through the Kamakou preserve or venture off to a coffee plantation, flower farm or macadamia nut farm.
For a slow paced, laid back, simple vacation Molokai is just for you. Lani - Romantic vacations can be found on the tiny Island of Lani with its remarkable, illuminating sunsets and otherworldly rock formations. Keahiakawelo's, "Garden of the Gods" is a big attraction with its barren, lunar landscape and mars-like topography. Venture to Hulopoe Bay on Lani's southern coast and relax at Hulopie Beach, one of America's best beaches. Activities range from snorkeling, swimming, and body boarding, to simple relaxation on its golden sands.
The northeast side of the island is home to Kaiolohia, also known as Shipwreck Beach. During the 19th century, this 8 mile stretch of beach wrecked numerous ships including a WWII era oil-tanker.
For golf enthusiasts, the Challenge at Manale offers cliffside greens, and panoramic ocean views. Not far from Lanai City, the hike up Monroe Trail and the ensuing 4-wheel drive, takes you up over 3,000 feet atop Mount Lanaihale for breathtaking views of the Maunalei gulch and Lani's neighboring Islands. Find a place to get away from it all and come visit Lani, "Hawaii's Most Enticing Island."
Oahu - Come together where the old meets the new and experience the ultimate melting pot of cultures with Oahu vacation rentals. Otherwise known as the "Gathering Place," Oahu is home to 80 percent of Hawaii's population, totaling over 1 million residents. However, Oahu isn't fully hustle and bustle; there's nearby mountainsides for hiking and secluded beaches for sunbathing. Located in Southern Oahu is the capital city Honolulu, the main commercial center and port for all of Hawaii. Nearby Waikiki Beach offers world class shopping, dining and entertainment, as well as surfing lessons, swimming, and sunbathing.
The north shores of Oahu attract the best surfers in the world and have been host to many prestigious surfing events like the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. Although the winter months are the best time to watch the pros, May-September offers ideal conditions for swimming and sunbathing. Nearby Haleiwa, a surfing town contains historic plantation-era buildings, galleries and boutique shops.
Other popular attractions include the Iolani palace, the Bishop Museum, celebrating historic Hawaiian accomplishments and the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. Whether you're your trip is to honor fallen soldiers, dance the night away, or attend your first surfing lesson, Oahu vacation rentals make an excellent choice.