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Ocean View Travel Tips

Relaxing Beach Stays in Ocean View Vacation Homes

Ocean View vacation homes are unlike any other Big Island vacation rentals. They can be found in quiet neighborhoods surrounded by gorgeous natural landscapes. While staying in Ocean View lodging, you can enjoy the nearby organic gardens or take a hike through the desert. Ocean View lodging includes amenities such as full gourmet kitchens, lanais, large beds and ocean views.

When the stress of the workday gets to be too much, a vacation can be just the remedy you need. Hawaii in particular is a destination that can rejuvenate even the most stressed-out individuals. Hawaii offers many relaxing locales; Kau, for instance, is a vast and remote region in the Big Island of Hawaii. Located in the southernmost portion of Hawaii, Kau boasts everything from active volcanoes to macadamia nut orchards and coffee farms. Furthermore, instead of crowded hotels, Kau offers luxurious vacation homes, such as Ocean View vacation homes, which will help you to feel at home while you're away.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Kau is home to a large portion of the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The park spans 330,000 acres, which includes two active volcanoes: Kilauea, which has been erupting since 1983, and Maunaloa, which last erupted in 1984. There's also 150 miles of hiking trails through deserts, rainforests, a walk-in lava tube and volcano craters. The park was named an UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.

Other Sightseeing Opportunities in Kau

Along with Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kau has a bevy of sightseeing opportunities. For instance, while visiting Ka Lae, tourists can stand at the southernmost point in the United States and view an endless Pacific Ocean. Kau is also home to Punaluu Black Sand Beach, one of Hawaii's most famous black sand beaches.

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