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1 Unit Available
47-388 Ahuimanu Road
47-388 Ahuimanu Road
Ahuimanu, HI | Kahaluu
3 Bedrooms
$2,150
904 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
No Section 8, No Pets, No smokers! Mountain views.
1 Unit Available
47-671 Hui Kelu St. Apt. #7208
47-671 Hui Kelu Street
Ahuimanu, HI | Kahaluu
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
1489 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:34 AM
Spacious Kaneohe 3-bedroom, 2-bath + den townhome with large lanai, private garden area, fresh paint throughout, updated flooring, bath, kitchen, and beautiful vaulted ceilings for ample light and beautiful garden and mountain views.
Results within 1 mile of Ahuimanu
1 Unit Available
47-719 Kamehameha Highway
47-719 Kamehameha Highway
Kahaluu, HI | Kahaluu
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,200
620 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
Rarely available Ocean Front 2 bedroom attached cottage! Beautiful open outdoor area and backyard is right on the ocean! Newly renovated and easy access to H-3, Like Like, and Pali Hwy.
Results within 5 miles of Ahuimanu
1 Unit Available
46-204 yacht club st
46-204 Yacht Club Street
Heeia, HI | Kaneohe
1 Bedroom
$5,239
1600 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 08:35 AM
Home is located overlooking the beautiful waters of Alii Shores in Kaneohe! Windward shopping Mall and many other convenient stores are located within walking distance. Upscale Neighborhood, non smoking environment inside or outside.
1 Unit Available
45-055 Waikalualoko Loop
45-055 Waikalualoko Loop
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,000
620 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
Please call or text (808) 636-7110 to schedule a showing. 2 bedroom 1 bath home in Kaneohe. Rental is located on the first floor.
1 Unit Available
46-040 Konane Place
46-040 Konane Pl
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
2 Bedrooms
$3,000
956 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
Poha Kea Point. Please inquire within about dates for your stay. A quiet haven tucked in the hillside of Kaneohe Bay, Kaneohe Bayside Beauty is a private end unit that boasts exquisite views from every room.
1 Unit Available
46-058 Aliikane Place
46-058 Aliikane Pl
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
1 Bedroom
$2,000
954 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
Rarely available unit in Puu-Alii 2-2. This very spacious 1 bed,1 bath, 1 covered parking unit also has 2 lanais! One off from the living room over looking the koi pond and another off of your bedroom.
1 Unit Available
99-1315 Aiea Heights Drive
99-1315 Aiea Heights Drive
Aiea, HI | Aiea
3 Bedrooms
$3,000
1884 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
Lapaolu Community! Wonderful single family home with 2 car garage. Split AC in living room and all bedrooms. Large master bedroom and double sinks, shower stall and tub in master bathroom. Lots of storage under house and in garage.
1 Unit Available
45-535 Luluku Road
45-535 Luluku Road
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
2 Bedrooms
$2,290
1102 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
Beautifully remodeled 2 bdrm, 1.5 ba condo w/ huge 500 sq ft fenced yard and a big covered lanai overlooking the Ko'Olau mountains.
1 Unit Available
45-371 Mokulele Drive
45-371 Mokulele Drive
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
2 Bedrooms
$2,600
1294 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
Upgraded 2-level, 2-bedroom/1-full & (2) 1/2 baths townhome in above avg. condition. Unit features hardwood floors thru-out w/ granite counters in kitchen. Partially furnished w/refrigerator, range, disposal and dishwasher.
1 Unit Available
99-019 Kaamilo Street
99-019 Kaamilo St
Aiea, HI | Aiea
3 Bedrooms
$3,100
1498 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:57 AM
Available. PANORAMIC VIEW of Pearl Harbor and surrounding areas. 3 bedrooms/2 baths/open-floor plan with newly install plank wood flooring for living and dining rooms; spacious kitchen.
1 Unit Available
44-283 Kaneohe Bay Dr
44-283 Kaneohe Bay Dr
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
2 Bedrooms
$3,250
815 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Lovely views of the mountains and Kaneohe Bay from this quaint 2 bedroom cottage conveniently located close to the H-3 freeway, shopping centers, windward mall, and Marine Corp Base Hawaii! The home was built in 1938 and has some attractive vintage
1 Unit Available
84 Kaneohe Bay Dr.
84 Kaneohe Bay Drive
Honolulu County, HI | Kailua
2 Bedrooms
$2,600
1000 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:34 AM
Sorry No Pets, Cool, Safe and Clean, Newly built 2 bedrooms, 2 full bath, large covered lanai, Unit has extra large master bedroom with AC unit, walk-in-closet, walk-in-shower and double sinks, Second bedroom great for guest or office.
1 Unit Available
44-716 Puamohala Street
44-716 Puamohala Street
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
3 Bedrooms
$3,500
1070 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
44-716 Puamohala Street Available 10/01/20 3 bedroom with yard! Peek-a-Boo Kaneohe Bay View and minutes to Kailua Town! - Remodeled, vintage 1960's Hawaii home in ideal location with ample space & storage.
1 Unit Available
44-605 Kaneohe Bay Drive
44-605 Kaneohe Bay Dr
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
3 Bedrooms
$6,000
1400 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
44-605 Kaneohe Bay Drive Available 10/01/20 On the Bay - A generously spacious residence located on the Bay within proximity to Kaneohe Bay Yacht Club & the white sandy beaches of Kailua.
1 Unit Available
45-426 Leleua Loop
45-426 Leleua Loop
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
3 Bedrooms
$3,400
960 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Beautifully Appointed Executive Residence in Kaneohe - AVAILABLE NOW! MOVE IN BONUS of $200!! TEXT OR CALL JULIE NURRE' (RS#63006) @ (808) 224-3841 TO SCHEDULE SHOWINGS AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION, WE ARE REQUIRING EVERYONE TO WEAR MASKS AND GLOVES
1 Unit Available
45-020 Malulani Street
45-020 Malulani St
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
1220 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Charming 3-Bedroom Home Near Kaneohe Yacht Club - A quaint family home in the Kokokahi neighborhood, only 3 minutes away from the H-3 entrance. With water activities at the YWCA or a hike in walking distance.
1 Unit Available
44-397 Nilu Street Apt #6
44-397 Nilu St
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
3 Bedrooms
$3,095
1321 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Yacht Club Knolls - Click on any of the photos above for additional pictures! - This townhouse is so spacious and open it feels like a single family home.
1 Unit Available
46-261 Kahuhipa St #A310
46-261 Kahuhipa Street
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,900
728 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
46-261 Kahuhipa St #A310 Available 09/29/20 Windward Acred A310 | Kaneohe, HI - Rental Terms Rent: $1,900 Security Deposit: $1,900 Application Fee: $25 per person 18 years or older Available: September 29, 2020 We are not accepting section 8 at
1 Unit Available
44-145 Mikiola Dr.
44-145 Mikiola Drive
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
1060 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Beautiful House on a Hill with Ocean and Mountain Views - AVAILABLE NOW! Text or call Julie Nurre' (RS#63006) @ (808) 224-3841 to schedule showings.
1 Unit Available
1621 Ala Lani Street B
1621 Ala Lani Street
Honolulu, HI | Moanalua
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1145 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
REMODELED Lower FLOOR DUPLEX IN MOANALUA VALLEY-CLEAN AND PRIVATE - Must See! Open, clean, bright floor plan. Spacious living room with upgrades! New LED recessed lighting. Designer faux wood tile flooring throughout the home.
1 Unit Available
46-024 Puulena St. #611
46-024 Puulena St
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
2 Bedrooms
$2,400
1019 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Beautiful 2 bedroom/2 bath townhome in the PuuAlii Complex - Beautiful 2 bedroom/2 bath townhome in the PuuAlii complex , clean contemporary lines that are warmed by natural hardwood floors and fresh paint through out.
1 Unit Available
46-159 Meheanu Loop #3252
46-159 Meheanu Loop
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$3,000
1008 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
46-159 Meheanu Loop #3252 Available 10/01/20 Spectacular Views of Kaneohe Bay & Koolau Mountains! - Fully furnished Poha Kea Point with breathtaking views and large size lanai on top floor! This two story, 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
46-283 Kahuhipa Street
46-283 Kahuhipa Street
Kaneohe, HI | Kaneohe
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,500
910 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Haiku Hale - Kaneohe Condo 3/2/2 - Call if you want to see the unit 808-741-5656.
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City GuideAhuimanu
In Hawaiian, "Ahuimanu" means "cluster of birds."
In Hawaiian, "Ahuimanu" means "cluster of birds."

Say "aloha" to one of the most beautiful states in the country, Hawaii. Maybe you haven't heard of the little town of Ahuimanu, but once you see this quaint spot spread out under a cliff face of the Koolau mountain, you won't want to leave. Although Ahuimanu is inland on Oahu island, one of its neighborhoods borders the Kaneohe Bay. With just under 10,000 people, it's a residential area boasting friendly neighbors, peaceful nature refuges, and stunning temples.

Moving to Ahuimanu

One man's vacation spot can be another man's home when it comes to Ahuimanu. There are plenty of rental homes that can fit many budgets. Although prices may seem higher than some areas of the United States, for Hawaii standards, you'll get a much better deal on apartment rentals in Ahuimanu than in Honolulu.

Get Around

Ahuimanu does have public transportation in the form of a bus system, but if you like the freedom of your own car, you'll need to make sure you can get it to the island. If you're moving from the mainland United States, that may mean deciding to ship the car you already own for a hefty price, or buying one once you get to the islands.

Your Humble Abode

Whether you're looking for something small or something bigger, Ahuimanu has anything from tiny apartments to townhouses for rent. Buyers beware: because Hawaii is valued as a tourist destination, you might expect to pay exorbitant prices for tiny shacks - but in that case, the land it's on might make up for it. Take location into account. Would you rather be closer to the bay? Expect to pay. Live a little further inland, and you'll likely end up paying less in rent.

Logistics

If you're looking to move to Ahuimanu from the mainland U.S., contact a realtor before you move. Many realtors in Hawaii are well-versed in helping people relocate, so they can make sure you take all of the steps you need to get yourself (and your stuff) to Ahuimanu. And of course, whether a townhouse strikes your fancy or finding rental apartments is more your style, you'll have to make sure your credit won't ruin your plans. But, if your credit score isn't your strong suit, not to worry: a co-signer can often dissuade your landlord's fears. Letters of reference from former landlords attesting to your trustworthiness and timely payments will go a long way.

Moving to Ahuimanu
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One man's vacation spot can be another man's home when it comes to Ahuimanu. There are plenty of rental homes that can fit many budgets. Although prices may seem higher than some areas of the United States, for Hawaii standards, you'll get a much better deal on apartment rentals in Ahuimanu than in Honolulu.

Get Around

Ahuimanu does have public transportation in the form of a bus system, but if you like the freedom of your own car, you'll need to make sure you can get it to the island. If you're moving from the mainland United States, that may mean deciding to ship the car you already own for a hefty price, or buying one once you get to the islands.

Your Humble Abode

Whether you're looking for something small or something bigger, Ahuimanu has anything from tiny apartments to townhouses for rent. Buyers beware: because Hawaii is valued as a tourist destination, you might expect to pay exorbitant prices for tiny shacks - but in that case, the land it's on might make up for it. Take location into account. Would you rather be closer to the bay? Expect to pay. Live a little further inland, and you'll likely end up paying less in rent.

Logistics

If you're looking to move to Ahuimanu from the mainland U.S., contact a realtor before you move. Many realtors in Hawaii are well-versed in helping people relocate, so they can make sure you take all of the steps you need to get yourself (and your stuff) to Ahuimanu. And of course, whether a townhouse strikes your fancy or finding rental apartments is more your style, you'll have to make sure your credit won't ruin your plans. But, if your credit score isn't your strong suit, not to worry: a co-signer can often dissuade your landlord's fears. Letters of reference from former landlords attesting to your trustworthiness and timely payments will go a long way.

Getting to Know the Neighborhoods

Ahuimanu doesn't have neighborhoods, per say, but it does have a few distinct areas. Here are a few:

Near the Bay: An arm of Ahuimanu reaches out to the Kaneohe bay, sandwiched in by the elementary school and the Heeia State Park.

Central Ahuimanu: With the Kahekili Highway running through the center of Ahuimanu, being smack-dab in the center makes commuting a breeze.

To the East: Eastern Ahuimanu boasts a shopping mall, major national food chains like McDonald's, and the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park, home of the Byodo-In Temple.

Getting to Know the Neighborhoods
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Ahuimanu doesn't have neighborhoods, per say, but it does have a few distinct areas. Here are a few:

Near the Bay: An arm of Ahuimanu reaches out to the Kaneohe bay, sandwiched in by the elementary school and the Heeia State Park.

Central Ahuimanu: With the Kahekili Highway running through the center of Ahuimanu, being smack-dab in the center makes commuting a breeze.

To the East: Eastern Ahuimanu boasts a shopping mall, major national food chains like McDonald's, and the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park, home of the Byodo-In Temple.

Living in Ahuimanu

You probably won't need much convincing that Hawaii is a gorgeous state. But, a little extra convincing never hurt anyone. For starters, no matter where you end up in Ahuimanu, you're sure to have great views of mountainous vistas. Although it's a wet climate, the sun shines most of the time. That means, if you're not used to all that Vitamin D, make sure to take good care of your skin and slather on the SPF.

Expect a cultural shift when you move from mainland United States to Hawaii. Not only is there a different language (though everyone speaks English too, of course), there's a different way of life. If you're a little high-strung, you'll have to learn to live on Hawaiian time -- fashionably late. And, if you live in a metropolis now and have gotten used to instant gratification with two-day shipping from major retailers, you may want to shift your expectations.

That being said, the Hawaiian culture is vibrant and refreshing. Take in impressive local sights like the Byodo-In Temple, located in a beautiful and peaceful memorial park. The Heeia State Park offers views of the other islands and gorgeous scenery. Just be careful: If you move to Hawaii, it may be best to have a guest room -- you are likely to have a lot of visitors.

Living in Ahuimanu
+

You probably won't need much convincing that Hawaii is a gorgeous state. But, a little extra convincing never hurt anyone. For starters, no matter where you end up in Ahuimanu, you're sure to have great views of mountainous vistas. Although it's a wet climate, the sun shines most of the time. That means, if you're not used to all that Vitamin D, make sure to take good care of your skin and slather on the SPF.

Expect a cultural shift when you move from mainland United States to Hawaii. Not only is there a different language (though everyone speaks English too, of course), there's a different way of life. If you're a little high-strung, you'll have to learn to live on Hawaiian time -- fashionably late. And, if you live in a metropolis now and have gotten used to instant gratification with two-day shipping from major retailers, you may want to shift your expectations.

That being said, the Hawaiian culture is vibrant and refreshing. Take in impressive local sights like the Byodo-In Temple, located in a beautiful and peaceful memorial park. The Heeia State Park offers views of the other islands and gorgeous scenery. Just be careful: If you move to Hawaii, it may be best to have a guest room -- you are likely to have a lot of visitors.

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City GuideAhuimanu
In Hawaiian, "Ahuimanu" means "cluster of birds."
In Hawaiian, "Ahuimanu" means "cluster of birds."

Say "aloha" to one of the most beautiful states in the country, Hawaii. Maybe you haven't heard of the little town of Ahuimanu, but once you see this quaint spot spread out under a cliff face of the Koolau mountain, you won't want to leave. Although Ahuimanu is inland on Oahu island, one of its neighborhoods borders the Kaneohe Bay. With just under 10,000 people, it's a residential area boasting friendly neighbors, peaceful nature refuges, and stunning temples.

Moving to Ahuimanu

One man's vacation spot can be another man's home when it comes to Ahuimanu. There are plenty of rental homes that can fit many budgets. Although prices may seem higher than some areas of the United States, for Hawaii standards, you'll get a much better deal on apartment rentals in Ahuimanu than in Honolulu.

Get Around

Ahuimanu does have public transportation in the form of a bus system, but if you like the freedom of your own car, you'll need to make sure you can get it to the island. If you're moving from the mainland United States, that may mean deciding to ship the car you already own for a hefty price, or buying one once you get to the islands.

Your Humble Abode

Whether you're looking for something small or something bigger, Ahuimanu has anything from tiny apartments to townhouses for rent. Buyers beware: because Hawaii is valued as a tourist destination, you might expect to pay exorbitant prices for tiny shacks - but in that case, the land it's on might make up for it. Take location into account. Would you rather be closer to the bay? Expect to pay. Live a little further inland, and you'll likely end up paying less in rent.

Logistics

If you're looking to move to Ahuimanu from the mainland U.S., contact a realtor before you move. Many realtors in Hawaii are well-versed in helping people relocate, so they can make sure you take all of the steps you need to get yourself (and your stuff) to Ahuimanu. And of course, whether a townhouse strikes your fancy or finding rental apartments is more your style, you'll have to make sure your credit won't ruin your plans. But, if your credit score isn't your strong suit, not to worry: a co-signer can often dissuade your landlord's fears. Letters of reference from former landlords attesting to your trustworthiness and timely payments will go a long way.

Moving to Ahuimanu
+

One man's vacation spot can be another man's home when it comes to Ahuimanu. There are plenty of rental homes that can fit many budgets. Although prices may seem higher than some areas of the United States, for Hawaii standards, you'll get a much better deal on apartment rentals in Ahuimanu than in Honolulu.

Get Around

Ahuimanu does have public transportation in the form of a bus system, but if you like the freedom of your own car, you'll need to make sure you can get it to the island. If you're moving from the mainland United States, that may mean deciding to ship the car you already own for a hefty price, or buying one once you get to the islands.

Your Humble Abode

Whether you're looking for something small or something bigger, Ahuimanu has anything from tiny apartments to townhouses for rent. Buyers beware: because Hawaii is valued as a tourist destination, you might expect to pay exorbitant prices for tiny shacks - but in that case, the land it's on might make up for it. Take location into account. Would you rather be closer to the bay? Expect to pay. Live a little further inland, and you'll likely end up paying less in rent.

Logistics

If you're looking to move to Ahuimanu from the mainland U.S., contact a realtor before you move. Many realtors in Hawaii are well-versed in helping people relocate, so they can make sure you take all of the steps you need to get yourself (and your stuff) to Ahuimanu. And of course, whether a townhouse strikes your fancy or finding rental apartments is more your style, you'll have to make sure your credit won't ruin your plans. But, if your credit score isn't your strong suit, not to worry: a co-signer can often dissuade your landlord's fears. Letters of reference from former landlords attesting to your trustworthiness and timely payments will go a long way.

Getting to Know the Neighborhoods

Ahuimanu doesn't have neighborhoods, per say, but it does have a few distinct areas. Here are a few:

Near the Bay: An arm of Ahuimanu reaches out to the Kaneohe bay, sandwiched in by the elementary school and the Heeia State Park.

Central Ahuimanu: With the Kahekili Highway running through the center of Ahuimanu, being smack-dab in the center makes commuting a breeze.

To the East: Eastern Ahuimanu boasts a shopping mall, major national food chains like McDonald's, and the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park, home of the Byodo-In Temple.

Getting to Know the Neighborhoods
+

Ahuimanu doesn't have neighborhoods, per say, but it does have a few distinct areas. Here are a few:

Near the Bay: An arm of Ahuimanu reaches out to the Kaneohe bay, sandwiched in by the elementary school and the Heeia State Park.

Central Ahuimanu: With the Kahekili Highway running through the center of Ahuimanu, being smack-dab in the center makes commuting a breeze.

To the East: Eastern Ahuimanu boasts a shopping mall, major national food chains like McDonald's, and the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park, home of the Byodo-In Temple.

Living in Ahuimanu

You probably won't need much convincing that Hawaii is a gorgeous state. But, a little extra convincing never hurt anyone. For starters, no matter where you end up in Ahuimanu, you're sure to have great views of mountainous vistas. Although it's a wet climate, the sun shines most of the time. That means, if you're not used to all that Vitamin D, make sure to take good care of your skin and slather on the SPF.

Expect a cultural shift when you move from mainland United States to Hawaii. Not only is there a different language (though everyone speaks English too, of course), there's a different way of life. If you're a little high-strung, you'll have to learn to live on Hawaiian time -- fashionably late. And, if you live in a metropolis now and have gotten used to instant gratification with two-day shipping from major retailers, you may want to shift your expectations.

That being said, the Hawaiian culture is vibrant and refreshing. Take in impressive local sights like the Byodo-In Temple, located in a beautiful and peaceful memorial park. The Heeia State Park offers views of the other islands and gorgeous scenery. Just be careful: If you move to Hawaii, it may be best to have a guest room -- you are likely to have a lot of visitors.

Living in Ahuimanu
+

You probably won't need much convincing that Hawaii is a gorgeous state. But, a little extra convincing never hurt anyone. For starters, no matter where you end up in Ahuimanu, you're sure to have great views of mountainous vistas. Although it's a wet climate, the sun shines most of the time. That means, if you're not used to all that Vitamin D, make sure to take good care of your skin and slather on the SPF.

Expect a cultural shift when you move from mainland United States to Hawaii. Not only is there a different language (though everyone speaks English too, of course), there's a different way of life. If you're a little high-strung, you'll have to learn to live on Hawaiian time -- fashionably late. And, if you live in a metropolis now and have gotten used to instant gratification with two-day shipping from major retailers, you may want to shift your expectations.

That being said, the Hawaiian culture is vibrant and refreshing. Take in impressive local sights like the Byodo-In Temple, located in a beautiful and peaceful memorial park. The Heeia State Park offers views of the other islands and gorgeous scenery. Just be careful: If you move to Hawaii, it may be best to have a guest room -- you are likely to have a lot of visitors.