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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

Waves Travel Tips

Waves Beach House Rentals: Superior Hatteras Island Living

One of America's top vacation hot spots has long been the Outer Banks of North Carolina. These barrier islands lie between the Atlantic Ocean and North Carolina and are home to historical sites, national landmarks, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the U.S. Hatteras Island is a renowned Outer Banks destination. While visiting, consider Waves beach house rentals to meet lodging needs in an outstanding way. With many rentals to choose from, ranging from cozy apartments to luxury homes, Waves beach house rentals offer sleeping quarters for couples and large groups. Some Waves homes offer private beaches and open, spacious floor plans. Many are within walking distance to the beach and have more room than a hotel.

Get Outside and Enjoy Nature's Splendor

To enjoy the brilliant skies and turquoise water of Hatteras Island, there is no better place than Cape Hatteras National Seashore, which lies only minutes from Waves homes. The ever-shifting islands are subject to wind and water, which change the islands over time. Lounge away an afternoon on the sandy beaches with a good book or explore the marshlands and maritime woods on an afternoon hike. At Camp Hatteras, exciting activities like horseback riding, kayaking, kite-surfing, and jet skiing are surefire ways to bring families together.

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: A National Landmark

A visit to Hatteras Island wouldn't be complete without stopping by Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the most recognized lighthouse in the country. The nation's tallest beacon shines over 20 miles out to sea, warning sailors and seamen of the Diamond Shoals, sandbars that have claimed numerous lives and seafaring crafts throughout history. After learning the area's history at the visitor's center, climb 268 steps for spectacular, panoramic views from the top of this national landmark. A relaxing evening and restful sleep are waiting at Outer Banks vacation rentals.

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