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Price and Availability Index in Hawaii
Holiday Letting Price Information in Hawaii
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Hawaii. Prices reach their highest point in January, where prices are an average of $452 a night (12/01 - 19/01). The cheapest week is in August (24/08 - 31/08). Prices fall to an average of $323 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Hawaii
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Hawaii with the graph above. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of December (22/12 - 29/12), as 91% of the rentals are booked. More accommodations are available in a week of August (24/08 - 31/08) as the booking rate is only 15%.
The weather in Hawaii
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 28° January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 17°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Enjoy a luxury beach getaway with holiday homes in Hawaii
Located in the central Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is an isolated volcanic archipelago consisting of hundreds of islands spreading over 2,400km. With its pristine beaches, active volcanoes, fantastic surfing and vibrant culture, Hawaii attracts millions of visitors every year.
Hawaii is comprised of eight main islands that include Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Niihau, Molokai, the Big Island of Hawai’i, Kahoolawe and Lanai. Every island has its unique charm and offers an exciting range of activities.
Whether you’re looking for some fun snorkeling and surfing opportunities, a romantic stroll on the beach, or a blissful treatment at the spa, you’re in the right place! A private holiday home in Hawaii provides all the amenities you need for a luxurious and relaxing Hawaii vacation.
The culinary scene in Hawaii
Hawaii is famed for its exceptional Pacific island cuisine. Located in Honolulu, Chef Mavro is a small and cosy restaurant famous for its diverse menu featuring Hawaiian-fusion dishes like Keahole Lobster Paella.
The Hanapepe Cafe and Bakery is a popular restaurant on the western front of Hawaii. The quiche and croissant both go well with the fresh espresso, while the Hawaiian tuna should satisfy those looking to try the authentic local cuisine.
The Lanai City Bar and Grille by famous chef Bev Gannon is nestled within the Hotel Lanai, and the menu includes fresh seafood and locally sourced meat. Duke's Canoe Club in Honolulu serves traditional local seafood in a vibrant setting that provides live music and an indoor waterfall.
A visit to the Hawaiian Islands is incomplete without trying some of the local favourites such as poi (pounded or baked taro plant root), chicken long rice (a chicken soup-like dish with noodles and ginger), laulau (steamed meat wrapped in taro leaves), kālua pig (shredded pork cooked in an underground oven) and haupia (coconut pudding).
Art and culture in Hawaii
Hawaii is famous for its diverse arts and rich cultural heritage. Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA) is home to an extensive collection of over 50,000 artworks from America, Europe, and Asia, from a period spanning 5,000 years.
The Bishop Museum on Oahu is Hawaii's largest museum dedicated to preserving and promoting the region’s history, and also considered the leading historical and cultural institution in the Pacific. Kauai Museum houses the work of multi-cultural sculptors, artists, and craftsmen.
Hawaii State Art Museum at South Hotel Street features three galleries and a swimming pool in the courtyard. This museum boasts a great collection of contemporary artworks reflecting Hawaii's ethnic and cultural tradition.
Nightlife in and around Hawaii
Adventures in Hawaiian islands do not stop after the sun goes down. Hawaii is home to several karaoke bars, jazz clubs, rock and roll clubs, cocktail hotspots, and traditional Hawaiian hangouts.
Beachside lounge, RumFire, is a favorite local hangout for its fantastic music, Waikiki beach views, refreshing cocktails, and delicious food. Located in Chinatown, Bar 35 is a fusion bar that offers over 150 brews from different countries along with live music.
Some of these nightspots even stay open until the wee hours of the morning. Honolulu and its neighbourhoods are known for having the widest array of clubs and nightlife choices of all the islands.
Things to do and see in Hawaii
The Hawaiian Islands are known for some fantastic sights. One of the most famous spots is Diamond Head State Monument on Oahu, an incredible cone-shaped volcanic crater with picnic facilities and an observation deck at the top where you'll be able to enjoy some of the most spectacular views of the islands.
Haleakala National Park (Hawaii's highest peak at over 10,000ft above sea level) is another incredible volcanic formation on Maui, which covers over 32,000 acres and is a great place for hiking or taking a guided tour. Nestled in Pearl Harbor near Honolulu, USS Arizona Memorial is worth a visit; and dedicated to those who sacrificed their lives during World War II.
Hulopo'e Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches on Lanai. Excellent snorkeling opportunities, a famous archaeological site, and lush palm groves give the place the distinct feel of a tropical paradise. Located on the Big Island, the town of Kailua-Kona is known for its lovely beaches, shopping, and range of activities including snorkeling, whale watching, and deep-sea fishing.
Try your hand at golf in some of the finest golf courses found all over Oahu such as Olomana Golf Links, Ko Olina Golf Club and Palmer Course. On the Kauai, the Waimea Canyon (offers stunning views of the gorgeous canyon, and waterfalls) and Nā Pali Coast State Park (famous for its majestic sea cliffs, streams and cascading waterfalls) are two of the must-see attractions.
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