As with other Hawaiian towns, Kailua offers clear water, warm sand, and plenty of ocean activities. Multiple options for snorkeling, kayaking, diving, and more exist along the sandy shore of Kailua Beach. For the most beautiful panoramic view of the beautiful Hawaiian beach, spend an afternoon atop Kailua Pali Cliff, which overlooks all of Kailua. For another breathtaking view, head to the top of Ka Iwi Ridge. It's just a short hike away and offers stunning views of the Mokulua Islands and Koolua Mountains. You will also want to pay a visit to the Kawainui Marsh, which is Hawaii's largest wetlands and freshwater pond: This historic and beautiful landmark simply can't be missed. And, when you're ready to get some rest after a long day in paradise, Hotels in Kailua are just as beautiful and relaxing as the beaches.
Recurring Festivals and Events
The beach town of Kailua prides itself on its sense of community, which means there are Christmas and Fourth of July parades annually for residents and visitors alike. If you're planning one of many Kailua vacations during July or December, you won't want to miss one of these magical parades. Take advantage of Travelocity's car rentals in Kailua to get to the annual Honolulu Festival, just a 30- minute drive from Kailua. This festival, which occurs every March, is Hawaii's top cultural event. You'll experience Hawaiian-themed parades, cultural displays, and delicious food.
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Accommodation in Kailua
As Travelocity currently lists no vacancies in Kailua itself, those who would like to stay in the vicinity would do well to check out the Kailua Ocean View Estate in Windward Coast, 3 miles (5 kilometers) away.