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Private Homes, Kahakai Estates - 16 vacation rentals

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

Private Homes, Kahakai Estates Travel Tips

Relax in Luxury in Kahakai Estate Vacation Homes

Kahakai Estate vacation homes are located in a luxurious gated community and include spacious floor plans, ocean views, landscaped gardens and fully equipped kitchens. Kahakai lodging is conveniently located one mile from the Kailua Village, where shopping and dining options are numerous. And if you're not up for taking a trip to the nearby beach, many Kahakai lodging options include private pools and covered lanais, where you can soak up the ocean views from the privacy of your home.

Traveling to the Kona District on the Big Island of Hawaii is sure to be an unforgettable vacation. In the Kona District, you'll discover all the charms of Hawaii, including some of Hawaii's most beloved historic landmarks, coffee farms, water sports, restaurants, shops and nightlife. Although Kona is home to several hotels and motels for travelers, it also boasts many private residences—such as Kahakai Estate vacation homes—to rent to ensure you'll feel at home while on your island getaway.

Visiting the Historic Kailua Village

While staying in Big Island vacation rentals, one of the must-sees in the Puna District is the Historic Kailua Village. There is a bevy of shopping and dining options in the village, but you'll also discover some of the Big Island's most beloved historic spots. Travelers here can spot the Hulihee Palace, which was originally built as a summer vacation home for Hawaiian royalty in 1838, but has since been turned into a museum to feature artifacts from the reign of King Kalakaua and Queen Kapiolani.

Exploring the Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park

Another activity option in the Puna District is the Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park. The park spans 180 acres and was once considered royal grounds and a home for Hawaiian outlaws. While visiting, you'll spot temples, fishponds and ancient petroglyphs.

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