Wondering how the ideal vacation getaway can get even better? The answer is simple: combine luxury with comfort and convenience into a uniquely customized experience at an incredibly affordable price!
Our expert team at Boundless Hawaii vacation rentals will assist you in selecting the perfect property to suit your style and preferences. Whether you choose to stay in Kona or Hilo, each of the luxury rentals we showcase is unique, and was carefully selected for its fantastic location, stunning views, layout and outstanding features.
Traveling to Hawaii has never been easier! In recent years, several airlines have added direct flights to airports across the islands. Non-stop flights to Kona are also available from many major US airports on United Airlines, US Airways, Alaska Airlines, Hawaii Airlines, Delta and American Airlines. Special prices are offered throughout the year, especially during the slower summer months (June to September).
Take a look at our exclusive portfolio of vacation properties for an unforgettable experience only a short 5 hours from the mainland.
Given the growing popularity of vacation rentals, companies are consolidating and have formed new partnerships. As a result, booking fees have become quite common in the industry. By booking directly through Boundless Hawaii, you will avoid additional fees and make your Hawaii vacation that much more affordable!
The Big Island is Hawaii's largest Island. At 4,038 square miles, it is twice the size of all other Hawaiian Islands combined. The island is divided in two main areas of interest: the west side, home of Kailua-Kona village (often just called Kona), and the east side, known as Hilo.
Kona is known as the ‘dry’ side of the island. With warm tropical breezes, turquoise waters, and golden sands, Kona offers something for everyone. Hilo is characterized by a tropical rainforest climate with substantial rainfall throughout the year. The town of Hilo overlooks Hilo bay, which is situated on two shield volcanoes: the Mauna Loa (active) and the Mauna Kea (dormant).
Kailua is a town in the district of North Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. The post office designated it as Kailua-Kona to differentiate it from the larger Kailua located on windward Oahu. Most often referred to as Kona, the town is the center of commerce and of the tourist industry on West Hawaii. It's also your gateway to the Big Island of Hawaii with Keahole International Airport offering direct flights to and from the mainland, as well as the other Hawaiian Islands.
The Kona community was established by King Kamehameha, and chosen as the first seat of his government. The town is located along the shoreline of Kailua Bay and up the southern slope of Hualapai volcano.
Kona has a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round. The coldest month in Kona is January with an average high of 81.9°F. August is the warmest month with an average high of 88.0°F. Humidity is generally between 50% and 70%. Kona is generally dry, with a mean annual precipitation of less than 12 inches. Kona storms (also called Kona lows) are a type of seasonal cyclone in the Hawaiian Islands, usually formed in the winter from winds coming from the westerly Kona (normally leeward) direction. Hawaii typically experiences two to three of these storms annually, which can affect the state for a week or more.
Kailua is the start and finish of the annual Ironman World Championship triathlon, the annual Kona Coffee Festival, and the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament. The Ironman World Championship has been held annually in Hawaii since 1978, with an additional race in 1982. It is owned and organized by the World Triathlon Corporation. It is the annual culmination of a series of Ironman triathlon qualification races held throughout the world.
Upon arrival in Kona, Boundless Hawaii vacation rentals will provide you with a comprehensive travel portfolio featuring detailed rental property information and directions.
We will also arrange for airport pick-ups at your convenience, or assist with car rentals upon request. The Kona airport hosts several car rental companies, and we strongly suggest renting a car while in Hawaii, as there is so much to explore on the Big Island.
Your rental property awaits you with basic household consumables (bottled water, coffee, soap, detergent, etc.). We also offer grocery services upon request. Several convenient and customizable packages are available to ensure that your rental property is stocked with everything you need before you arrive.
With your luxury rental and transportation arrangements secured, it’s time to look at the exciting activities and entertainment options available during your Hawaii getaway. From casual sightseeing, visiting historical sites, whale-watching and rainforest tours - to world-class golf, great scuba diving, and numerous other exciting cultural and sporting events, the choices on the Big Island seem endless. Getting your desired activities organized before you start your journey has never been easier than with our Virtual Concierge feature. Our expert team will assist you in choosing the perfect activities to suit your interests, and make all the necessary arrangements for a flawless itinerary.