Hawaii has long been a popular holiday destination and comprises of eight main islands and dozens of smaller ones. Well famed for its great weather, surfing and laid back lifestyle, it is easy to see why people return here year after year. There are many wonderful places to stay all over the islands, some of which are heavily developed, and others of which have a more relaxed feel. A good place to stay that offers the compromise of both of these aspects is a holiday rental house in Anini beach. Set in a quiet location, it is just two miles away from the bigger settlement of Princeville, and only a few minutes walk from the beach. Coming complete with all the mod-cons of home, its fully fitted kitchen ensures that residents there retain a greater degree of independence than if they were staying in an hotel.
There are a number of sports, adventure and leisure activities that it is possible to pursue during a holiday in Anini Beach. The warm waters are particularly inviting for anyone interested in swimming, snorkelling, diving and sailing, whilst others might prefer to simply drop a line in the water and try their hand at fishing. On dry land, cycling to and from Princeville is recommended, and there are a number of hikes that can be taken throughout the island. Tennis, golf and horse riding can also be tried.
Exploring the beautiful interior of the island will reveal a side to Hawaii that some people might not be otherwise aware of. The best way to do this is by using a hire car, although many of the major attractions are often visited by organised tours. Some of the more interesting places to see during a holiday in Anini Beach include Old Koloa Town which has something of a rustic feel, and includes a museum about Japanese immigrants who worked the sugar plantations in the area. Opaekaa Falls and Wallua Falls are also attractive places to visit, and wildlife lovers will adore the Hulela National Wildlife refuge.
Hawaii enjoys a typical tropical climate, with humidity kept partly at bay by the eastern trade winds. Most people will decide to stay in self catering accommodation in Anini Beach during the dry season which runs from May through to October. The average daily highs during this period are around the 25 degrees Celsius mark, and even the coldest months rarely record daily lows less than 17 degrees.
Lihue Airport (LIH) will be the main point of entry for anyone wishing to stay in a holiday rental house in Anini Beach. Unfortunately, there are no direct flights from the UK, and so it is most likely that holidaymakers from the UK will first land at Los Angeles (LAX) on the mainland United States before making a connection to Kauai island. Car rental is available on arrival, and can be taken either on a day by day basis, or booked for the duration of a stay in self catering accommodation in Anini Beach.