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Kehena - 39 vacation rentals

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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

Kehena Travel Tips

Relaxing Beach Getaways in Kahena Vacation Homes

Kehena vacation homes are sure to please travelers. Located in the Puna District in the Big Island of Hawaii, Kahena lodging offers a comfortable residence situated away from the busier tourist developments. The luxurious retreats may include everything from gourmet kitchens and formal dining rooms to covered lanais to unwind in after a day of sightseeing.

For families on a budget, a vacation may be too big of a price tag to manage—especially a vacation in an exotic locale such as Hawaii. However, with careful planning an affordable vacation to Hawaii is doable, especially if the travelers opt to rent a vacation home rather than spending their trip in a hotel. One option is Kehena vacation homes, where families can enjoy their vacation in a comfortable, relaxed island setting.

The Benefits of Vacation Homes

While staying in Kehena lodging, families will enjoy the many benefits vacation homes have to offer. Vacation homes offer spacious floor plans and often feature multiple bedrooms and bathrooms so that the vacationers can enjoy privacy and get more for their money. Unlike hotels, rentals like Kehena vacation homes boast cooking facilities, so families can enjoy home-cooked meals without overspending in restaurants.

Nearby Attractions to Enjoy

Guests who opt for Big Island vacation rentals have the benefit of being close to a bevy of activities that the whole family can enjoy. For beach lovers, there's a 12-mile string of beaches along the coast, including the Waiopae Tidepools Marine Life Conservation District that features connecting tide pools and prime snorkeling options. Big Island vacationers will also find Cape Kumukahi, an off-the-beaten path locale where adventurous tourists can visit a lighthouse, enjoy scenic hiking and breathe in what scientists call the world's freshest air.

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