Our Neighbor Islands
Which Environment is Right for You?
The Big Island of Hawai'i
Larger than all the other islands in the Hawaiian Archipelago combined, and in fact the largest island in the United States, the Big Island of Hawai'i offers a vast array of climates, topography and activities. Home to the breathtaking Mauna Kea (complete with wintertime snow at the summit), fantastic beaches, the powerful volcano Kilauea, world class resorts and more; Hawai'i Island is a magical paradise. Extremely distinct regions exist but fear not – LUVA’s agents live here and can help you find your perfect part of paradise.
Known as the Gathering Place and by far Hawaii's most populous island – O'ahu is home to Waikiki Beach, the hustle and bustle of downtown Honolulu, the famed surf spots of the North Shore, deep Hawaiian family roots on the leeward or westside and the beautiful, lush landscapes of the East or Windward side of the Island. O'ahu offers a wide range of activities and areas to explore.
Maui / Lana'i
The “Valley Isle” is a favorite amongst tourists and locals alike. Home to beautiful beaches, the dormant volcano Haleakala, world class resorts, bamboo forests and more; Maui/Lana'i is a destination full of options to stimulate your sense of adventure. There are many unique areas in which to live depending on your lifestyle. Let LUVA Real Estate guide you in the right direction if living on Maui/Lana'i is your desire.
The lush “Garden Isle” of Kaua'i is the oldest of the major Hawaiian Islands, and is home to one of the wettest spots on earth; the east side of Mount Wai'ale'ale, which averages 460 inches of rain annually. Most of the island is more inviting, however, including the amazing hiking destination of the NaPali Coast Trail, orchids growing seemingly everywhere, along with the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” – Waimea Canyon at 3000 feet deep, and the breathtaking beauty of Hanalei Bay. A quiet paradise awaits you on Kaua'i.
Moloka'i is known as the “friendly isle” and although you can see the Honolulu city lights from the west side of the island, and the island of Maui from the south shore; Moloaka'i could not be more different than her neighbors. Moloka'i is the least populated of the major Hawaiian Islands with a total population of less than 7500. The island of Moloka'i boasts rugged beauty including the highest seacliffs in the world and the largest fringing reef in the United States.
If you are not yet ready to purchase, LUVA Real Estate offers an outstanding selection of vacation rental properties throughout the Hawaiian Islands and the world. We offer full concierge services for our rental properties, ensuring that your stay is as relaxing and enjoyable as you deserve. Click above to learn more about LUVA Vacation Rentals.