Hawaii Vacations

WELCOME TO THE ISLANDS OF ALOHA

It's no secret that the land of the world's most active volcano plays host to some of the world's most active travelers. From famed championship golf courses to the waves that inspired the first surfers, there's just so much to see and explore.

But whether you're an island hopper looking for the next adventure or a beach squatter looking for the next great meal, you'll find whatever your heart desires in and around Hawaii with a resort rental from Endless Vacation Rentals.

Hop on a bicycle and share a breathtaking sunrise atop Maui's Mount Haleakala. Tandem kayak along the tranquil Hanalei River in Kauai. Grab your SCUBA gear and explore Molokai's amazing barrier reefs.

Toast the sunset in a catamaran off Lanai. Stargaze atop Mauna Kea on the Big Island. Then dance deep into the night on Oahu.

When the day is done, sip champagne on your private balcony while relaxing to the rhythmic ebb and flow of the ocean. The next day will bring even more beaches to explore, sunsets to chase, and surprises to uncover.
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Pacific Fantasy
Kapaa, HI US
Pacific Fantasy, within The Pono Kai Resort, is on the eastern coast of Kauai. Relax by the resort's outdoor pool or on the beach. Guests will find shuffleboard, tennis, and putting greens on-site and can play golf at one of several courses close by. The resort offers a seasonal children's program.

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 11:00
Check-in Days: Friday

Important Information
  • No smoking in units: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • Pet Information: Animals are not permitted; could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • The beach is not suitable for swimming due to currents.
  • Resort cannot honor unit upgrades or moves.
  • Security deposit required upon check-in at the resort.
  • Housekeeping fee: Housekeeping Fee for Reservations less than 7 Nights: There may be a 22.20 U.S. dollars for 1 Bedroom units, per stay.
  • Housekeeping fee: Housekeeping Fee for Reservations less than 7 Nights: There may be a 22.20 U.S. dollars for Studio, per stay.
  • Housekeeping fee: Housekeeping Fee for Reservations less than 7 Nights: There may be a 33.00 U.S. dollars for 2 Bedroom units, per stay.
  • Mandatory fee: State Lodging tax is 20.00 to 40.00 U.S. dollars.
Pono Kai Resort
Kapaa, HI US
Serenity is at this picturesque oceanfront resort. Immerse in island culture and traditions. There is an activity perfect for any age at this stunning resort. Unwind in a heated sun drenched pool, bask on the sandy beach or snorkel in deep blue waters and count tropical fish swimming at your feet. Have fun engaging in volleyball, tennis, shuffleboard or croquet. Guests have access to child care, concierge services, tour assistance and wedding services. From your suite, experience unforgettable ocean settings with windows and terraces that open to picturesque views of putting greens and a flowing ocean breeze. The average island temperature is 70°.

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00
Check-in Days: Wednesday, Saturday

Important Information
  • Fees charged for some utilities.
  • Contact the resort prior to confirming the vacation to request any special needs during your stay.
  • Points reservations may have to change units during their stay.
  • The beach is not suitable for swimming.
  • Security deposit required upon check-in at the resort.
  • Please check with resort for smoking policy.
  • Housekeeping fee: Housekeeping Fee for Reservations less than 7 Nights: There may be a 22.20 U.S. dollars for Studio, per stay.
  • Housekeeping fee: Housekeeping Fee for Reservations less than 7 Nights: There may be a 22.20 U.S. dollars for 1 Bedroom units, per stay.
  • Housekeeping fee: Housekeeping Fee for Reservations less than 7 Nights: There may be a 33.00 U.S. dollars for 2 Bedroom units, per stay.
  • Mandatory fee: Security deposit is 50.00 U.S. dollars.
  • Mandatory fee: Tourist Tax is 40.00 to 120.00 U.S. dollars. Per unit
Kahana Falls
Lahaina, HI United States
Welcome to the island of Maui and all of its beauty. The island is filled with colorful gardens and plenty of opportunities to enjoy scuba diving, fishing, sailing and snorkeling. To get an even better view of the splendor of Maui, take a helicopter ride. For the early riser, a morning trip to the top of Haleakala is breathtaking. If you enjoy staying close to the resort, visit the old whaling town of Lahaina where you'll find history and beauty combined in one place.

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00
Check-in Days: Sunday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Important Information
  • No smoking in units: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • Pet Information: Animals are not permitted; could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • Occupancy limits are strictly enforced: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
  • Fees charged for some utilities.
  • Resort cannot honor unit upgrades or moves.
  • There is one handicapped accessible room its a 1-4-2, and begins Thursday. Member must call the resort 21 day prior to check in to reserve this room. They must confirm a Thursday check first come first serve.
  • The resort does not have rollaway beds.
  • Confirmation is required upon check-in at the resort.
  • There will be No Elevator in the Falls Tower from 5/09/2016 - 6/18/2016 and No Elevator in the Aloha Tower from 6/23/2016 - 8/01/2016. During this time frame, guest may have to walk stairs, up to 6 floors.
  • Mandatory fee: State Lodging tax is 55.00 to 165.00 U.S. dollars.
Eat...

Dinner and a (fiery) show. Grab a Mai Tai and sit down for an authentic Hawaiian dinner as you watch the sun dip below the waves. Then cap it all off with a thrilling Polynesian-style show. There are many luaus to choose from throughout the islands, from Maui to Oahu to Kauai.

Merriman's (Big Island). This popular dining spot in Waimea is always busy. But once you've sampled the signature wok-charred ahi, the succulent lamb from nearby Kahua Ranch - or any of the other fantastic seafood and meat dishes - you won't mind if you have to wait.

Cafe Pesto (Big Island). If Italian food in Hawaii sounds strange to you, you've obviously never sampled the fare at Café Pesto. Regulars here drive great distances for the gourmet pizzas, calzones, and other satisfying dishes made with fresh organic ingredients.

Play...

Tee off. Hawaii's golf courses are legendary. Play where the pros play: on championship courses framed by lush trees and tropical plants. The panoramic ocean and mountain views are unmistakably Hawaiian.

Hulihee Palace (Big Island). Take a guided tour of this former summer home for Hawaii's royalty. Erected in 1838 by Governor John Adams Kuakini, the two-story mansion retains much of its 19th Century character.

Explore...

Kula Kai Caverns and Lava Tubes (Big Island). Explore some of the underground lava tubes and caves that have been carved into the Big Island over the past millennium.

Captain Dan McSweeney's Year-Round Whale-Watching Adventures (Big Island). During humpback season (December to April), veteran whale researcher McSweeny makes a pair of three-hour trips daily in search of these marvelous 45-foot acrobats.

Waimea Canyon (Kauai). Referred to as "the Grand Canyon of the Pacific," this 3,500-foot deep canyon is a wonder to behold. Every hike is rewarded with stunning panoramic views of Kauai.

Fair Wind Snorkeling and Diving Adventures (Big Island). This "sail-and-snorkel" cruise is a great way to explore the marine-life preserve of Kealakekua Bay.

Haleakala National Park (Maui). Experience a wide range of ecosystems all within the boundaries of this amazing park, from lush costal areas to arid wilderness to an "island in the sky", Haleakala's 10,000-foot summit stretches above the clouds.

Shop...

Gallery of Great Things (Big Island). For an eclectic mix of one-of-a-kind treasures by local artists, look no further than the Gallery. Paintings, feather masks, sketches, jewelry, and glassware are some of the items you may find.

Art nights (Maui). The historic whaling village of Lahaina is home to more than 40 art galleries (quite possibly more galleries per capita than any other town in America). And every Friday is "art night" when these galleries host special shows, hold artist demonstrations, and more.

Kimura Lauhala Shop (Big Island). This small shop overflows with mats, hats, tote bags, and other items made from lauhala, a fragrant fiber woven from the leaves of the hala tree.