Lanikai self-catering holiday accommodation is located on the eastern coast of the Hawaiian island of Oahu, next to what is widely considered to be one of the best beaches in the world. It’s the perfect setting for relaxation, or to enjoy a wide range of water sports and other outdoor recreation.
The main attraction for visitors to vacation rentals in Lanikai is the outstanding beach, which boasts white sands and emerald waters, with picturesque vies of the Na Mokulua Islands, which sit just off the shore here. As the beach faces east, many people head for this beach to watch the sunrise in the morning. And although the beach is fully open to the public, if you come here during the week you’ll find it quite empty, ensuring plenty of peace and seclusion in a truly breathtaking setting. The Mokulua Islands can also be visited via a number of local companies.
There’s plenty to enjoy in the wider Kailua area around self-catering vacation accommodation in Lanikai. For instance, the breezes on this side of the island create ideal conditions for activities such as windsurfing and kite-boarding. And at a number of locations you’ll be able to hire a kayak for the day, and you’ll be head off and see where your nose takes on an adventure. Scuba Diving is also available, with a prominent dive centre found locally. On land you’ll be able to make the most of a number of golf courses in the area – there are four within a half-hour drive, including the nearby Olomana Course, which features 18 holes in the shadow of the mountains and featuring a variety of enjoyable challenges.
The city of Honolulu is an easy drive from vacation rentals in Lanikai. It’s the biggest city in all of Hawaii, and features a large range of things to see and do, including the world famous Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor, and the large Bishop Museum, which is devoted to the human and natural history of the islands.
On holiday at vacation accommodation in Lanikai you’ll be able to expect tropical weather, with consistently warm conditions all year round. The hottest conditions arrive during the driest months, between April and September, when temperatures soar to 32 degrees or higher during the day.
One way to get to Lanikai self-catering accommodation would be to fly with British Airways or Delta Air Lines from London Heathrow (LHR) to Los Angeles (LAX), before catching a connecting flight with Delta to Honolulu (HNL), which sits around minutes from Kailua.