Best Hawaiian Vacation Rentals & Activities
Packages, Recreational Activities, Luaus, Golfing + More!
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Regency Pacific Realty's Kauai vacation rental team is the best of the best. All of our rental staff live on the garden island and visit the Kauai condos and vacation homes that we manage on a regular basis. They know these Kauai condominiums inside and out and they love to share this magical Hawaiian paradise with you. Vacation Rentals in Kauai »
Our lowest (regular season) discount rate available is ($225.00) per week or ($45.00) per day. If you request extra drivers we are likely book with one of our discount providers, as our contract with them allows extra drivers at no cost to you.
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The Big Island is Hawaii's largest, and is home to several special landmarks. The world's most active volcano is the famous Kilauea. Two of its mountains are the tallest in the Pacific, Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Most of the world's macadamia nuts come from the Big Island. There is so much to do and see on this island, even for scientists. Hawaii has one of the largest telescopes in the world and has many scientific observation centers.
There is a beautiful place to stay on the Big Island for every taste and price range. Choose from world-class resorts and beautiful bed-and-breakfasts, a family-style resort with pools and water-slides and great restaurants, to condos of all kinds, private home rentals, rustic cabins and campgrounds. Stay by the ocean, or be nestled in a lush rainforest, whatever you are looking for you are sure to find the perfect accommodation on Hawaii's Big Island.
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This fertile paradise is known as the "Valley Isle" because of the lush isthmus that meanders deep beneath its two majestic and towering volcanoes. The name "Maui" comes from the native Hawaiian tradition and the legend of Hawai'iloa, the Polynesian navigator. He is told to have discovered this ancient chain of Islands, and then named Maui after his son, who was named after the demigod Maui. This is one of many enthralling tales passed on for countless generations that shape the magnificent history of each individual Island.
More characteristics of Maui include its mild climate with relatively consistent temperatures and only a two-season year. There is a high relative humidity and extensive cloud formations that gather around the tall mountain peaks. The ever-present trade-wind flow is one of the trademarks of the island and is a result of Maui's unique geographical and topographical location. On Maui you can find the world's largest dormant volcano, Haleakala Crater. Or catch a glimpse of the glorious whales that come here for vacation each year too! A special treat is available for the curious adventurer is a helicopter ride high above the abundant and varied landscapes.
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The fourth largest island in Hawaii is home to several rivers. This island was formed before any of the other main islands, so it is the oldest and also the furthest north. The town of Waimea is where Captain James Cook landed his explorers ship and became the first European to set foot in Hawaii.
Kauai has the lodging to suit any style or location you desire. Find a beachfront cottage, bungalow, apartment, a luxury ocean view resort, condo rental, Kauai hotel, and private home or spacious beachfront villa. Choosing the perfect home for your vacation on this special island is not a difficult task, and once you have, you are free to spend your days enjoying the rich culture, fascinating wildlife and carefree lifestyle that magnificent Kauai offers.
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Lanai, formerly known as the Pineapple Island is a small beautiful Island next to Maui and Molokai and the most secluded of the Hawaiian Islands. Lanai vacation rentals range from plantation style homes, to cozy bed and breakfasts, to luxury hotels. There is so much to do in Lanai; in addition to the charming town of Lanai City, visitors can enjoy nature, history, swimming, golf, dining and snorkeling.
Lanai offers myriad opportunities for adventure, from the misty summit of the ancient volcano Lanaihale, to Hulopo'e Bay, a marine sanctuary for dolphins, humpback whales and rare sea turtles. Another unique attraction is the "Garden of the Gods" that is home to strange rock formations and gorgeous sunsets. The island is only 140 miles in size, so all attractions and activities are easily accessible while staying at Lanai vacation rentals.
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Home to the capital of the state, Honolulu, Oahu is the most popular tourist destination in the island chain. The largest and most metropolitan city in Hawaii, Honolulu offers an endless supply of fun activities to locals and tourists alike. Visit the famous Pearl Harbor and pay your respects at the national monument there. The celebrated neighborhood of Waikiki is part of the bustling city and can provide fine dining, shopping and other attractions. Visitors of Waikiki condos and Oahu beach rentals will never be far from the conveniences of urban living, even as Oahu's mountains, valleys, and ocean surround them. Find a wide selection of Oahu vacation rental homes, vacation rental cottages, rental condos, inns, bed and breakfasts, hostels and small hotels.
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This small island is often described as the most authentically Hawaiian island of all, and it is one of the least populated. With very few roads and hardly any traffic, Molokai offers the tranquil peace that many travelers seek while taking a vacation from their busy lives. There are several interesting attractions on the island including a cowboy ranch, which is home to African and Indian animals, the longest white sand beach in Hawaii, and an old leper colony founded by missionaries.
Come to this majestic island to experience the tallest sea cliffs in the world, 28 miles of barrier reef along the south side of the island, rainforest and some of the most beautiful beaches in the region. Take this opportunity to relax and experience the peaceful feeling of having no stoplights, and no building taller than a coconut palm.
Find the lodging suitable to you individual taste on Molokai. Molokai boasts a wide selection of vacation rental condos, homes, cottages, hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts for any budget or group size.
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Choose your rental car from a variety of major agencies waiting for you at the airport, including these most popular companies: Hertz, Dollar, Avis and Thrifty.
Or you can go through a locally owned company; these often offer discounts and special rates, even if they are just hooking you up with one of the big names. The service is often very thorough and employees are eager to make suggestions of activities and local spots to visit or dine. Some islands and cities are smaller and will offer fewer options, but you can benefit from this by perhaps avoiding the hassle of a rental car and just enjoy the town on foot. Or you can rent a bicycle or scooter to cut on gas costs and parking stress. If you want to save money these two options could be perfect for you and your family. They also have the appeal of being eco-friendly, fuel efficient, green and great ways to exercise.
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Hawaiian history before the time of modern explorers is shrouded in mystery and legend. The first settlers most likely landed on the shores of Hawaii around 600 AD, and migration from elsewhere in the Pacific, mainly Polynesia, continued through 1100 AD. Hawaii is the apex of the Polynesian Triangle, a region of the Pacific Ocean anchored by three island groups: Hawai'i, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), and Aotearoa (New Zealand). Anthropologists believe that all Polynesians have descended from a South Pacific proto-culture created by an Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian) people that had migrated from Southeast Asia. It is amazing to think that these early Polynesian seafarers navigated through vast oceans with only the stars and currents as their guides!
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