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
$675 per night 5 night min stay
$4395 weekly! (2014 rates $4550 weekly)
$5,500 per week 7 night min stay
Kekaha Travel Tips
Relax in Kekaha Vacation Rentals
Kekaha vacation rentals are a reality for visitors looking for a place to lay their weary heads during their Kauai travel. Kekaha is an area located on the island of Kauai and Kekaha Beach is a popular attraction for visitors to the area. The white sandy beaches stretch for miles and for those who do not wish to sunbathe or frolic in the water, Kekaha is also a popular fishing spot.
Kekaha Vacation Rentals Offer Comfort and Convenience
Kekaha vacation rentals offer the comfort and convenience of a private residence. While Kekaha Beach is a popular spot, it is still a beach that is unspoiled by noisy crowds, so is the perfect complement to beach goers who are on vacation to relax. Kekaha beach rentals sit steps from beach access, with some condominiums and single-family homes offering views of the red tint that the beach water often takes on in Kekaha Beach. Most Kekaha vacation rentals offer kitchens that are fully equipped, furnished living room and dining room areas and private one, two or more bedrooms.
Things to Do In Kekaha
Kekaha offers plenty of amenities inside of your vacation rental, but there are also a variety of activities to enjoy outside of it too. Outdoors sporting activities such as swimming, surfing, body boarding, fishing and paddling are but a few of the water activities visitors of all ages can enjoy. Walks on the beach—especially during the sunrise and sunset—are other popular activities to enjoy the beautiful Hawaiian weather. Families flock to Kekaha for its pristine beaches, tight-knit community and other family-friendly activities. As the fourth largest island in Hawaii, you always have the option to venture out to other parts of the island for kayaking on the Wailua River, visiting other beaches such as Poipu Beach or hiking in Kokee State Park.