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Aloha room, at Historic Haleiwa town, North shore.

I really love sharing and making new friends all over the world, I was living for the last 5 years on Waikiki, now I moved to the country side, nicer and quiet. My house is on the historic Haleiwa town where there are great restaurants, shops, art and culture, as well as surf lessons, public transport and bike rentals nearby. It's only a few minutes walk to the beach park and our famous Rainbow Bridge. You’ll love this amazing location and good weather all year :)

$120 per night
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Haleiwa Dream Location

Newly renovated home, excellent location, just 650 feet walking distance to beach and 5 minute bike ride to Haleiwa Town. This is a great getaway for singles, couples or families wishing to explore without needing to drive. Available for 30 day rentals. Note the beach in the top photo is directly across the street.

$350 per night
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Shaka room, at Historic Haleiwa town, North shore.

Experience Hawaii country life and common conveniences all in one spot. Very centrally located in Haleiwa town off the main highway, everything is literally walking distance. Steps away from world famous Matsumoto's and Haleiwa Beach Park, public busses, SUP rentals and Rainbow Bridge where you can go for a kayak ride or SUP, restaurants, markets, drug store - all within walking distance.

$130 per night

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Stay near Haleiwa's top sights

Photo of One Ocean Diving
One Ocean Diving8 locals recommend
Photo of North Shore Shark Adventures
North Shore Shark Adventures17 locals recommend
Photo of North Shore Marketplace
North Shore Marketplace7 locals recommend
Photo of Giovanni's Shrimp Truck
Giovanni's Shrimp Truck53 locals recommend
Photo of Haleʻiwa Aliʻi Beach Park
Haleʻiwa Aliʻi Beach Park24 locals recommend
Photo of Clark Little Gallery
Clark Little Gallery5 locals recommend

House rentals in Haleiwa

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Private room with an AC at North Shore. Haleiwa
$71 per night
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White Sand Beach Oceanfront Home(Legal Short Stay)
$536 per night
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Private bedroom and bathroom with hot tub,sauna
$156 per night
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Beautifully Restored Cottage | AC in Bedrooms | 2 Blocks to Beach & Harbor
$262 per night
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Yoga, foodie, surf B&B
$96 per night
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2 bedroom home in Haleiwa Town
$250 per night
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LANIAKEA BEACH FRONT! Hawaiian Beach Bungalow
$475 per night
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Private bedroom/bathroom. Queen bed. Hot tub/Sauna
$160 per night
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Walk to the beach from this Haleiwa Palm Home
$625 per night
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Beachfront 2 Bed/1 Bath - 30 day
$407 per night
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Surfside Hale just steps to Ali'i Beach Park!
$325 per night
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Ohana House Haleiwa/Turtle Beach/AC/bike/30day min
$670 per night

Beach condo rentals in Haleiwa

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Beach Front Paradise! Waialua
$240 per night
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Killer View from Beachfront Condo
$120 per night
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Direct sandy beachfront 1 bdrm 2 ba w/free parking
$199 per night
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True Jewel - Oahu North Shore
$389 per night
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North Shore Oahu Getaway at Turtle Bay Resort
$236 per night
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Turtle Bay Condo. Cozy retreat for two.
$244 per night
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Direct Ocean Front North Shore Condo. Amazing View
$245 per night
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Turtle Bay Resort 1 Bedroom Condo
$200 per night
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Tropical Turtle Bay Hawaii Retreat - modern design
$318 per night
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Turtle bay retreat
$219 per night
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The Drifter - North Shore Loft - Relaxed Luxury
$355 per night
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Modern & Contemporary North Shore Oahu Condo
$349 per night

Your guide to Haleiwa

All About Haleiwa

On the North Shore of the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, around an hour from Waikiki, you’ll find the laidback town of Haleiwa, known for its pristine beaches and the most famous surf spot in the world, the Banzai Pipeline. Thrill seekers come here to surf epic waves, which can reach up to 40 feet high at the Pipeline, on the two-mile stretch of Ehukai Beach. For a more relaxed vibe, head to Sunset Beach, which has silky soft sands for sunbathing and calm waters for swimming and snorkeling. As the name suggests, this is also a great place to catch a legendary Hawaiian sunset. You could try kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding at Laniakea Beach, where you may also spot Hawaiian green sea turtles bathing on the algae-covered rocks.

Haleiwa town is full of historic buildings, which today are occupied by hip surf shops, cafes, restaurants, fashion boutiques, and art galleries, including the Haleiwa Art Gallery, which showcases works from local artists and photographers. For a true local’s experience, try some fresh local shrimp or pickled mango from one of the popular food trucks scattered around town.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Haleiwa?

Almost any time of the year is a good time to visit Haleiwa, with a great range of north shore vacation rentals available for your stay, including houses and condos. July through September are the warmest months, when you can expect hot and humid temperatures all day and night. In August, the region celebrates Hawaiian music, dance, and history with the month-long Aloha Festival.

Hawaii’s shoulder seasons offer cooler weather with some rain, but you can still expect mostly pleasant temperatures for enjoying the beach. In March, the Honolulu Festival in Waikiki is a three-day celebration featuring cultural experiences, art and craft demonstrations, music, dance, and a parade. Note that the hurricane season in Hawaii officially runs from June to November.


What are the top things to do in Haleiwa?

Waimea Valley

Head 10 minutes out of town to the lush Waimea Valley, where you can swim under a 45-foot waterfall and visit the Waimea Valley Arboretum and Botanical Garden. You can explore 600-year-old archaeological sites here, including the Hale o Lono Heiau, a temple dedicated to the god Lono. You can also experience cultural practices with locals, such as lei making, hala weaving, and a traditional Hawaiian luau.

Anahulu River

The calm waters of the Anahulu River, which feeds into Waimea Bay, are best explored through kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding. Perfect for casual paddlers and beginners, you can enjoy a slow paddle along the glassy river, where you’re likely to see an abundance of wildlife including sea turtles. The entire trip along the river takes about an hour, during which you’ll pass under the double arches of Rainbow Bridge.

Laniakea Beach

This is a popular beach for swimming, snorkeling, and respectfully witnessing sea turtles coming ashore to sun themselves. Laniakea Beach offers the opportunity to experience these graceful creatures in their natural habitat, but be aware that direct contact is strictly prohibited, and there are barriers separating the turtles from beachcombers. Volunteers are present at all times to answer any questions you may have and to ensure that no one gets too close to the turtles.

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