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Panoramic scenic views! Ocean waves by day, skyline by night. 10 minute walk to Waikiki beach, 15 minute walk to Ala Moana mall. Located in most popular resort area, perfect for shopping, eating and sightseeing! Restaurant, coffee shop, and convenience store onsite. Bike, scooter and bus are popular ways to all attractions. Onsite parking $35/day (cash only) with in/out privileges. Onsite car rental agency (smart cars Hawaii) parking is only $20/day. Free street parking (very limited).
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Located in the heart of Waikiki '2413 Kuhio' is ideal for remote workers and longer stays with a full kitchen, space studio floorplan and full bathroom. Styled with modern comfortable furnishings and featuring its own “Spectrum Internet Ultra” Service - 400Mb x 20Mb" and WiFi, plus ethernet cables available upon request for direct connection.
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Let this Polynesian splendor encapsulate you in its varied outdoor activities and nearby entertainment. Whether you are looking to play golf on the emerald greens of Maui, relax to the setting sun of this South Pacific paradise or search for wildlife in the crystal clear warm waters—the Maui Schooner Resort offers these luxuries and more. The heart of Maui awaits you, so come explore. Entire TWO bedroom condominium with full kitchen.
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Your guide to Hawaii
Welcome to Hawaii
With warm trade winds, spectacular natural scenery on land and under the sea, and a cultural heritage unique in the world, the Aloha State is an iconic tropical paradise. The six major islands of Hawaii each have their own distinct personalities, landscapes, and attractions to cater to visitors seeking rest and relaxation or active adventures and adrenaline rushes. From urban exploration in the bustling state capital Honolulu, to the windswept vistas at Kauai’s Kalalau lookout, beach days on Maui, donkey trails on Molokai, hiking trails on Lanai, and volcanoes on the Big Island (also named Hawaii), every visit to the islands is unique and memorable. You can spend the morning surfing or snorkeling in the company of sea turtles and the afternoon hiking canyons, paddling past waterfalls, or simply soaking up the sunshine on white, green, or black sand beaches. Hawaii’s vibrant cultural scene has produced an outstanding variety of food and dining options, with an emphasis on the seafood that’s so close at hand, ideal to fuel day-trip excursions or to savour while enjoying spectacular tropical sunsets.
How do I get around Hawaii?
Most travellers to Hawaii arrive at Honolulu International Airport (HNL), Kahului Airport (OGG), Kona International Airport (KOA), or Lihue Airport (LIH) directly via airplane on Canadian or American airlines. You can also visit Hawaii on day trips when sailing on cruise lines that travel to and between the islands. Once on a particular island, you can rent a car, which will allow for excursions to different destinations. If you’re staying in Waikiki in Honolulu, you’re better off walking, cycling, or using rideshare services to get around. On Oahu, TheBus offers extensive public transit services to most destinations around the island. Seniors are eligible to purchase an affordable monthly transit pass for extended stays.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Hawaii?
Hawaii’s climate is mild and sunny throughout the year, with only minor changes in temperature. As a result, the U.S. state is popular with visitors throughout the entire year. The average temperature ranges from 29.4 degrees Celsius in summer to 25.6 degrees Celsius in winter. The wettest months are from November to March, but the amount of rainfall will vary wildly from island to island and be impacted by the shielding effects of volcanic mountains, elevation, and coastal location. The Hawaiian Islands’ trade winds maintain a cooling breeze year round, while tropical storms during the winter months can have a localized impact and cause wave conditions to swell, creating big, powerful waves along the north shore of several islands.
What are the top things to do in Hawaii?
Every Hawaiian island has a variety of beaches to discover. From black and green sand beaches on the Big Island to Oahu’s popular Waikiki Beach and the family-friendly boogie-boarding waters of Poipu Beach Park on Kauai, there is a stretch of sandy coastline for everyone to enjoy. Many of the most popular beaches have lifeguards on duty seven days a week, but smaller or more remote beaches may not.
World-famous Waikiki Beach, Diamond Head, and the Pearl Harbor National Memorial are but a few of the state capital’s most iconic destinations. Located on the island of Oahu, Honolulu offers active adventures on land and sea, artistic pursuits at museums and cultural centers, shopping at high-end boutiques on Kalakaua Avenue, and a wide variety of dining options that highlight the city’s diverse cultural and culinary traditions.
The Hawaiian Islands owe their existence to the awesome power of volcanic eruptions. The youngest and largest island of Hawaii grows daily because of the constant flow of lava from Kilauea, one of the Earth’s most active volcanoes. You can visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island and journey along the Crater Rim Drive to explore Kilauea Overlook and walk through Nahuku, the Thurston Lava Tube.