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About Waimanalo Villas
Vacation in one of our Waimanalo luxury rentals, home to seaside retreats, multiple beaches within a 10-minute drive and plenty of natural sights to explore. Oahu's lovely Windward Coast, on the eastern part of the island, is dotted with several sights, including a lighthouse, replica of a Japanese Buddhist temple and one of the island's most strategic scenic lookouts.
Staying in a Waimanalo is a treat for travelers who enjoy spending time on the beach. Bellows Beach Park is one of the best for swimmers and novice surfers. Your Waimanalo luxury rental will likely be stocked with sports and beach gear so you'll just need to apply some sunblock, pick up a gourmet picnic from one of the local food markets and then simply relax. The Makapuu Point Lighthouse is a worthwhile day trip, with a 600 foot sea cliff and a beach at the easternmost tip of the island. Your home will be a warm place to escape after a full day and you'll relish staying in an expansive house with more room and amenities than a hotel might offer, with extra perks because you're renting from someone local who can possibly accommodate to special and customized requests.
Waimanalo serves as a base for visitors who want to stay in one place rather than shift from one hotel to another. A luxury rental here is a place for families or small groups who want to stay close to each other while maintaining their privacyeveryone stays happy but has plentiful opportunity for quality time. Couples will be enthralled with the dramatic sunsets and beach setting. While the distance from congestion is certain, the varied things to do will keep everyone on this part of the island without need to venture far for shopping or dining in addition to sightseeing. A fully equipped kitchens, high-end appliances, large garden tubs in the master bath, swimming pool, expansive windows overlooking rolling surf and lanai are some of the features of a luxury rental. Live, even for a bit, like a local resident. Take in the local food, including malasadas at the local bakery, plate lunch, shave ice, roadside shrimp truck, fresh eats at the farmers' market, Hawaiian barbecue and buffet at a luau while in Waimanalo. Sushi and pan-Asian cuisine are also available throughout the area. Local shops carry a range of items, from everyday necessities to handcrafted gifts to take home