VRBO is part of the HomeAway family, the world leader in vacation rentals with over 1 million listings. We offer the largest selection of properties for any travel occasion and every budget. We’re committed to helping families and friends find a perfect vacation rental to create unforgettable travel experiences together. Learn More

Show moreless regions

This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Honaunau property reviews

  • Very family friendly

    "The house is in a beautiful location with amazing views of the ocean. It worked perfectly for our large family vacation. The house is safe for young kids and includes toys and a yard for running around. It was a great jumping off point for exploring the Kona side of the island. We had a wonderful stay and hope to return sometime in the future."
    Guest: Elisha M. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 25, 2014
    View listing
  • For us, this was the perfect base for exploring Kona.

    "Other reviews give you give you great detail so not needed here. The pictures are 100% accurate. As to the road up to the house, yes it is rough. But it is an interesting 5 minute drive through 'rural' Hawaii and any passenger will see lots of birds. We had a subcompact car, I drove slowly and we had no problems. After too many days on Waikiki, the coffee farm was heaven. Among the perks, you are only an hour and a half from Volcano National Park. We got to explore the Thurston lava tube and no one else was there. Be early. Other than the day at the park we spent all our time in the Kona area. It is hard to tear yourself away from Place of Refuge, only ten minutes away and you can swim with the turtles and more. But there are other beaches and lots to do. In the area we found a farmer's market, an artisan bakery across from the ChoiceMart, a great pizza place next to the bakery, the Kona Living History Coffee Farm, breakfast at Tashima's ( on Hwy 11 at junction with 180) and tons of little shops and galleries along Hwy 11 for the curious shoppers. And local history sites span from Hawaiian kings to Captain Cook to Saint Damien. Then, you get to come home at night and have a beautiful sunset on the lanai. The Kona area is so much fun and the coffee farm almost makes you feel like a local."
    Guest: Happy Traveller Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 2, 2014
    View listing
  • what a wonderful surprise

    "I’ve enjoyed my stay at your hideaway much more than I expected. I had only planned the trip here to attend a wedding that fell through….. I decided that I hadn’t had a real vacation, with nothing to do and nothing expected of me for longer than I can remember. (if ever???) So I went ahead and came to Hawaii. I scanned the internet for something off the beaten track and your place seemed to fit the bill. At least on paper…. So you can imagine my delight in finding this perfect little nest in paradise when I arrived. I had no idea what I’d need so I threw a ton of stuff in a suitcase and figured I’d buy what ever else I needed when I got there. I could have shown up with the clothes on my back, hopefully a bathing suit underneath and I would have been fine. It’s as if I brought my little house and dropped it down in paradise. The only thing missing were my kitties to sleep with. You made it so easy to find my way around to all the best spots for snorkeling, shopping, sight seeing etc. Instead of spending most of my limited time here, trying to find my way around, my week was spent exploring and enjoying all the wonderful little bits of paradise South Kona has to offer. The little touches on your hideaway, such as the door handle on the screen door, the very comfy bed, the festive accent lighting, all made my stay not only homey and comfortable but special and festive. The perfect combination. Thank you."
    Guest: victorygal Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
    View listing
  • Relaxing in the Hawaiian Countryside

    "Our first trip to the island of Hawaii was made truly enjoyable by our week long stay at the Oasis in Kona. The house provided lots of space for our family which consisted of four adults, a toddler and a month old infant. The house’s two stories and huge wrap around lanai allow for both privacy and gathering together as a group in a variety of settings with plenty of room to stretch out and relax. Many little extras that you won’t find in a hotel or timeshare have been provided with the house to assist in making your stay a delight. The location is ideal in that it offers a glimpse of Hawaiian countryside living yet within easy driving distance of Kona all that it has to offer. The property which is covered with a huge variety of plants including numerous fruit trees provides for a very private setting. The house is somewhat dated but is clean and comfortable and very quickly makes you feel at home letting you focus on exploring the island and all it has to offer. The location is particularly suited to exploring the area south of Kona (Two Step, coffee plantations, etc.). The hospitality and assistance provided by Kerwin, the caretaker was fantastic. He was there if you needed him but was very respectful of your privacy. Becky, the owner, was very accommodating and helpful making the rental process easy and painless."
    Guest: Garry Date of Stay: January 2013 Review Submitted: March 23, 2013
    View listing

Honaunau Travel Tips

Revel in Hawaii's Beauty with Honaunau Condo Rentals

Avid travelers who want to avoid so-called tourist traps on the Kona Coast of Hawaii know that booking vacation accommodations through Honaunau condo rentals is the way to go. Renting a private property through Honaunau vacation homes affords clients full privacy when desired - with all the amenities of home. Instead of wasting money at hotel gift shops, the smart traveler staying at Honaunau condo rentals is able to spend funds on more exciting activities, such as whale watching, deep sea fishing, or hiking among majestic waterfalls.

Savor The Kona Coast from Above

There's no debate that the coast of Kona on the big island of Hawaii provides both locals and visitors a chance to experience a bit of paradise. Explorers can hike through the rain forest, snorkel or scuba dive in clear waters, or traverse miles of immaculate beaches. However, more daring travelers may want to try parasailing. UFO Parasailing in Kailua-Kona allows participants to soar high above the scenic Kona coastline. This company also offers activities such as wake boarding or banana boating for the active enthusiast.

Uncover The Magic of The Big Island

There's so much mystery to behold in your proverbial backyard when you stay at one of Kona Coast vacation rentals. A bit north of Honaunau vacation homes lies the Puakõ Petroglyph Archaeological Preserve. Here, visitors speculate about the origins of ancient Hawaiian rock carvings called petroglyphs. Another mysterious occurrence that constantly astounds locals and tourists alike is the green flash. The green flash appears on clear evenings when the sun is setting. On such an evening, a bright green flash will materialize just as the sun drops below the horizon. One of the best places to view this miracle of nature is at Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park. Be amazed when you visit the Kona Coast.

Sponsored Advertisement