Airbnb Vacation Rentals In Haleiwa, Hawaii, USA From 80 USD

Airbnb Vacation Rentals In Haleiwa, Hawaii, USA
Hannah
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Located on Waialua Bay, the mouth of Anahulu Stream, Haleiwa is a census-designated place in Hawaii, USA that offers some of the best beaches for sun worshippers and surfers alike. Visitors staying in Haleiwa should take advantage of the adventures readily available at their doorstep – from cage diving with Great Whites to surfing in the ocean, there is a never-ending list of outdoor activities that you can engage in when you’re at the beach. If you’d prefer to undertake less strenuous activities, then be sure to visit the Turtle Beach. This beautiful stretch of coastline is populated with some of Hawaii’s favorite residents, the Green Sea Turtles. If this sounds exactly like a veritable paradise for you, then take a look at some of the best Airbnb vacation rentals in Haleiwa, Hawaii, USA in the list below.

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Hi, I’m Hannah, I’m 33 and currently live in the UK, I've spent the last six years exploring the world extensively. I've kayaked with sharks as well as scaled volcanoes in Nicaragua, hiked...Read more

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