Big Island, HI Vacation Rentals

Welcome to TurnKey the Big Island!

The Island of Hawaii, also known as the Big Island, is the largest and youngest island of Hawaii, and in the U.S. The island’s total land area of 4,028 square miles is almost twice as large as all the other Hawaiian islands combined, and continues to grow. Formed by five volcanoes, the island is home to spectacular sites and all but four of the world’s climate zones. Due to the elevations and shielding effects of two volcanoes, you can experience snow-capped heights, tropical forests, deserts, and grasslands all in one day.

Every Stay Includes
Complimentary Wi-Fi
Secure keyless entry
Professional cleaning
24/7 local support
Hotel-grade linens
Starter set of toiletries
Local recommendations
Local Big Island Manager
Rick Nagaoka is a hospitality professional with over 30 years of sales & operations experience in Hawaii with companies such as Hilton, Fairmont & Prince Resorts. Native to the islands he enjoys sharing his culture & aloha spirit with you and your guests.
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Featured Big Island Rentals
Wraparound Views in Mission Hills
2 BR • 1.5 BA • Sleeps 6San Diego, California

Find yourself as the top of the world at this one-of-a-kind 2-bed, 1.5-bath vacation rental home in San Diego’s coveted Mission Hills nei... More

2BR Beachfront Condo w/ Ocean View
2 BR • 2 BA • Sleeps 6Kihei, Hawaii

Perched on one of Maui’s most picturesque beaches, this 2BR/2BA condo is the closet unit to the shore. More

Spectacular Beachfront House
3 BR • 3 BA • Sleeps 8Sunset Beach, California

Our beach house has incredible ocean views, a private boardwalk to Sunset Beach, a large deck, and huge windows showcasing ocean vistas. More

Tranquil 4BR Home w/ Ocean Views
4 BR • 3 BA • Sleeps 8Kihei, Hawaii

PROPERTY OVERVIEW This enchanting 4BR/3BA ocean view home, with separate ohana, offers a tropical oasis just minutes from Kihei’s stunn... More


Things To Do On The Island of Hawaii

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Millions of tourists visit the Kīlauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes every year at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. The Kīlauea Volcano is currently one of the most active volcanoes in the world, and has been erupting continuously since 1983.

Along with guided tours and hikes, visitors can also enjoy biking, camping, and learning about the volcanoes at the Jaggar museum.

Stargazing on MaunaKea

MaunaKea volcano, the highest volcano in the state, is known for its world class telescopes and incredible star gazing. You can choose between free stargazing events that take place weekly, or sign up for a summit tour, which often includes personal stargazing lessons from a knowledgeable guide.


The big island boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with a mix of white, black, and green sand beaches. In the surrounding waters are many coral reefs to snorkel and deep see dive. Reputable beaches include the white sand Kauna’oa Beach perfect for sunbathing, the black sand Punalu’u Beach great for swimming and turtle watching, and the green sand Papakōlea Beach, which is a popular hiking spot.

Manta Ray Night Dive

Off the Kona coast is a can’t miss activity--swimming with manta rays at night. Attracted by the bright lights from the land at night, ginormous manta rays are drawn to shallower waters where they feed on plankton. Snorkeling and diving options are available.

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