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143 Apartments for rent in Nanakuli, HI

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87-119 Helelua Street
87-119 Helelua Street
Nanakuli, HI | Waianae
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
666 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Kahe Kai 1st floor, 2 Bedroom/1 Bath/2 Parking Stalls. Close to new shopping center, schools, beaches, and busline. Section 8 is welcomed. Water, sewer, and gas included.
1 Unit Available
87-186 Helelua Street
87-186 Helelua Street
Nanakuli, HI | Waianae
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
1582 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Puu Heleakala 4 Bedroom, 1.5 bath townhome. Convenient location near schools, beaches, and shopping center. Water & Sewer included. Section 8 welcomed.
1 Unit Available
87-1938 Farrington Hwy. UNIT A/UPSTAIRS
87-1938 Farrington Highway
Nanakuli, HI | Waianae
4 Bedrooms
$3,000
2240 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Large 4br/2ba Duplex in Nanakuli - Across Beach (Nanakuli Waianae) - Available for immediate occupancy! Text Arlene Ichimura [RA] #RS-75492 at (808) 721-7990 AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION, WE ARE REQUIRING EVERYONE TO WEAR MASKS AND GLOVES WHEN VIEWING
Results within 1 mile of Nanakuli
1 Unit Available
87-673 Farrington Highway
87-673 Farrington Highway
Maili, HI | Waianae
4 Bedrooms
$3,700
2755 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
This is a very spacious updated beach front home located along the West Coast of Oahu. Features include; Stainless appliances, granite counter tops, wooden cabinetry, tile flooring, ceiling fans & vaulted ceilings.
1 Unit Available
87-1664 Mokila Street
87-1664 Mokila Street
Maili, HI | Waianae
4 Bedrooms
$3,100
1576 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 10:54 AM
Located in beautiful sea country this home has 4 bedrooms 2.5 baths and a big beautiful grassed yard with 1576 square feet of living space with.
1 Unit Available
87-561 Farrington Highway - 309
87-561 Farrington Hwy
Maili, HI | Waianae
1 Bedroom
$1,990
632 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 10:54 AM
Live the ultimate Hawaii lifestyle in this spacious and fully remodeled BEACHFRONT 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom at the Maili Cove.
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1 Unit Available
Kapolei Lofts
761 Wakea Street
Kapolei, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
1 Bedroom
$2,240
657 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 06:45 PM
E komo mai (welcome) to Kapolei Lofts. Elevate your lifestyle with a new 1, 2, or 3 bedroom apartment at our pet-friendly apartment community in Kapolei.
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8 Units Available
Cambridge Park and Cluster Park
92-1340 PANANA ST
Kapolei, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
2 Bedrooms
$1,695
668 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 06:45 PM
Situated on top of the hill in Makakilo Heights, we offer views and a peaceful and breezy location on the west side of beautiful Oahu. Amenities include on-site laundry facilities, BBQ areas and a gated play yard.
1 Unit Available
92-1131 Makamai Loop
92-1131 Makamai Loop
Makakilo, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
4 Bedrooms
$3,000
1532 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 08:40 PM
Makakilo - Palehua Vista: A 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, 2-story house with a 2 car garage. One of the best perimeter lot views in upper Makakilo, with panoramic Pearl Harbor, ocean, to town views.
1 Unit Available
92-7049 Elele Streets
92-7049 Elele Street
Makakilo, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$3,200
1897 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
1557sf, 4 bedroom/2.5 bath home in the gated community at Seascape at Makakilo. Front door opens to a living room and dining area with a sliding door that opens outside to a large deck with expansive views of the ocean.
1 Unit Available
91-1425 Halahua Street
91-1425 Halahua Street
Kapolei, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
4 Bedrooms
$4,200
2690 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Executive home in Kapolei Knolls. 4 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
84-285 Makaha Valley Road
84-285 Makaha Valley Road
Makaha, HI | Waianae
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
1720 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Fall in Love with this Makaha Country Cottage. Boasting a huge yard, fruit trees, gated property with ample parking is available now! Recently renovated three bedroom 1.5 bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
801 Kakala Street
801 Kakala Street
Kapolei, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$2,900
1332 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Gorgeous! 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2 parking, ready for long term rental. Full size indoor washer and dryer. This Kapolei community's amenities include a central public park, walk/bike paths, a playground, recreation area and swimming pool.
1 Unit Available
92-1222 Olani Street
92-1222 Olani Street
Ko Olina, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
2 Bedrooms
$3,800
1415 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Welcome to the wonderful resort areas of Ko’olina. Coconut Plantation offers 2 pools, 3 hot tubs, fitness center, tennis courts and much more.
1 Unit Available
92-1007 Alaa Street
92-1007 Alaa Street
Makakilo, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
825 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Breezy corner end unit in the Makakilo Cliffs with 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 assigned parking stalls and a covered Lanai to enjoy the magnificent panoramic views. Photo's will be forthcoming soon.
1 Unit Available
85-124 Ala Walua Street
85-124 Ala Walua Street
Waianae, HI | Waianae
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1002 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Beautiful 3 bedroom 1.
1 Unit Available
92-1549 Aliinui Drive
92-1549 Ali'inui Drive
Ko Olina, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
959 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Ground floor townhome at Ko'olina Fairways at the Ko'olina Resort! This unit features a large paved lanai area, extended driveway for additional vehicle parking, newer vinyl flooring, full-sized enclosed garage and access to community pool,
1 Unit Available
86-143 Leihoku Street
86-143 Leihoku Street
Waianae, HI | Waianae
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1078 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Renovated Single family 3 Bedroom/2 full bath/ 2 car garage. New cabinets, countertops, & flooring. Located in established neighborhood near pizza hut, starbucks, and longs.
1 Unit Available
92-1124 Panana Street
92-1124 Panana Street
Makakilo, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
794 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Palehua Villas is right up the road from the hustle and bustling city of Kapolei with its many shops and eateries, and minutes away from Costco, Target, Home Depot, and Wet & Wild.
1 Unit Available
92-832 Puhoho Street
92-832 Puhoho Street
Makakilo, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
3 Bedrooms
$3,400
1637 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY! A charming, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bathroom single family home in in desirable Kahiwelo at Makakilo.
1 Unit Available
92-1131 Panana Street
92-1131 Panana Street
Makakilo, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
3 Bedrooms
$2,900
1403 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Move in Ready 3 bed 2.5 Townhome located in the desirable Kai Nani at Makakilo,. Enclosed 1-car garage, 1-open parking, fully fenced back yard. Split AC in master bedroom and living rooms.
1 Unit Available
84-1075 Farrington Highway
84-1075 Farrington Highway
Makaha, HI | Waianae
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$3,750
976 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Enjoy the ultimate beach front living in this charming 2 bed/2 bath home in Makaha, only minutes away from world famous Makaha Beach. This fully furnished home features a full bath right off the sand including a full sized washer and dryer.
1 Unit Available
92-1191 Palahia Street
92-1191 Palahia Street
Makakilo, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
2 Bedrooms
$2,450
860 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Beautiful 2 bed 2 bath apartment with amazing views of the coast line and lower city. The community is well kept and in a great location to many stores for shopping and fun.
1 Unit Available
92-1152 Panana Street
92-1152 Panana Street
Makakilo, HI | Makakilo - Kapolei - Honokai Hale
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
743 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 06:28 PM
Spacious and private 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom, Palehua Villas (Makakilo) Condo with 2-parking. Very desirable location, close to freeway access, elementary school, middle and high school. New window blinds throughout.
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City GuideNanakuli
Nanakuli gets its name from the two words -- nana kuli, which, in Hawaiian basically mean "feign to be deaf." Located on the leeward coast, which is arid and hot, ancient Hawaiians realized that they would have difficulties raising crops or food. As Hawaiian tradition requires that food be offered to passing travelers, the ancient people went into hiding to avoid giving someone what little food they could grow or keep. If a traveler did see one of the people, the islander would pretend that t...
Nanakuli gets its name from the two words -- nana kuli, which, in Hawaiian basically mean "feign to be deaf." Located on the leeward coast, which is arid and hot, ancient Hawaiians realized that they would have difficulties raising crops or food. As Hawaiian tradition requires that food be offered to passing travelers, the ancient people went into hiding to avoid giving someone what little food they could grow or keep. If a traveler did see one of the people, the islander would pretend that t...

Located on Oahu's western shore, Nanakuli is unofficially a small town that is approximately 30 miles to the north and west of Honolulu. The town is home to the popular shoreline of NanakuliBeach. While tides and currents can be somewhat strong during the winter months, they ebb and calm during the summer, thereby making the beach a favorite spot for grilling or picnics. Happily, today, islanders don't have trouble sharing or offering food to visitors or to friends and acquaintances. The CDP is located on the island of Oahu in the Waianae district and the county of Honolulu, Approximately 12,700 residents live in the area.

Area Rental Homes

Whether you are seeking a vacation residence or just need to find an apartment for rent, you will find places to rent in Nanakuli that are on the ideal leeward shore. Close to the airport and every possible amenity that Oahu has to offer, the area makes it possible for residents and visitors to enjoy such activities as surfing and golf.

Surfers like to take on the giant waves in the winter months while snorkelers and fishermen enjoy the peaceful waters of NanakuliBeach during the summertime. People who live in rentals homes or rental housing are also close to hiking, and tennis and basketball courts on some of the rental apt complexes. Many of the all utilities paid homes are located in the nearby MakahaValley.

Apartment Amenities

Needless to say, you'll receive plenty in the way of outdoor amenities if you live in Nanakuli. You will also enjoy the standard amenities that come with living in a rental property on this part of Oahu. Residents enjoy air conditioning, deluxe kitchens, hardwood flooring, and neutral decors. Upgrades in the apartments or rental properties generally include granite countertops, black appliances, stainless steel sinks, and, in some instances, jetted tubs. No need to resort to anything less than resort-type living when you live in this area of the state.

Area Rental Homes
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Whether you are seeking a vacation residence or just need to find an apartment for rent, you will find places to rent in Nanakuli that are on the ideal leeward shore. Close to the airport and every possible amenity that Oahu has to offer, the area makes it possible for residents and visitors to enjoy such activities as surfing and golf.

Surfers like to take on the giant waves in the winter months while snorkelers and fishermen enjoy the peaceful waters of NanakuliBeach during the summertime. People who live in rentals homes or rental housing are also close to hiking, and tennis and basketball courts on some of the rental apt complexes. Many of the all utilities paid homes are located in the nearby MakahaValley.

Apartment Amenities

Needless to say, you'll receive plenty in the way of outdoor amenities if you live in Nanakuli. You will also enjoy the standard amenities that come with living in a rental property on this part of Oahu. Residents enjoy air conditioning, deluxe kitchens, hardwood flooring, and neutral decors. Upgrades in the apartments or rental properties generally include granite countertops, black appliances, stainless steel sinks, and, in some instances, jetted tubs. No need to resort to anything less than resort-type living when you live in this area of the state.

How to Prepare for a Move

If you are relocating to Nanakuli in Oahu, you will need to start making preparations for your move about two to three months before you depart for Hawaii. While planned moves in the contiguous U.S must be planned two months in advance, an off-shore move of this type will take a bit longer.

Begin the process by contacting movers who handle out-of-state moves. Take an inventory of the items you will be moving before obtaining estimates. Movers should be able to provide you with their insurance information as well as a fairly long list of references. To help you begin the process, download a moving checklist from the Microsoft website or a similar platform online.

How to Prepare for a Move
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If you are relocating to Nanakuli in Oahu, you will need to start making preparations for your move about two to three months before you depart for Hawaii. While planned moves in the contiguous U.S must be planned two months in advance, an off-shore move of this type will take a bit longer.

Begin the process by contacting movers who handle out-of-state moves. Take an inventory of the items you will be moving before obtaining estimates. Movers should be able to provide you with their insurance information as well as a fairly long list of references. To help you begin the process, download a moving checklist from the Microsoft website or a similar platform online.

Neighborhoods
Neighborhoods
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Nanakuli is a neighborhood unto itself -- and one of the popular neighborhoods of the coastal town of Waianae -- statistically, the 16th biggest community in Hawaii. Linked neighborhoods include Ma'ili, the Paakea Road section of town, Makaha, the Moekahi and Lualualei, area, Palehua, the MakahaValley, and the town center.

Mai'ili: Home to the Ma'ili Beach Park, renters find affordable prices in this section of the of the Nanakuli area. Most commuters ride the bus as an alternative form of transportation to driving an automobile.

Pakea Road: If you like organic cuisine, you will want to stop by the neighborhood's Organic Farm and Caf. Rents are affordably priced in this section of Waianae town.

Makaha: Depicted as urban, this neighborhood features lower rents and carpools for commuters who don't want to spend extra on gas and insurance.

Moekahi Street and Lualualei: The Waianae Kai Forest Reserve is in close proximity to those who like to hike.

Makaha Valley: This neighborhood, which sits amidst forests galore, is a popular choice for vacationers who want to stay a little longer than a week.

The TownCenter: Lower rental prices and a convenient bus system make this neighborhood a top choice for the area's commuters.

Nanakuli is a neighborhood unto itself -- and one of the popular neighborhoods of the coastal town of Waianae -- statistically, the 16th biggest community in Hawaii. Linked neighborhoods include Ma'ili, the Paakea Road section of town, Makaha, the Moekahi and Lualualei, area, Palehua, the MakahaValley, and the town center.
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Mai'ili: Home to the Ma'ili Beach Park, renters find affordable prices in this section of the of the Nanakuli area. Most commuters ride the bus as an alternative form of transportation to driving an automobile.

Pakea Road: If you like organic cuisine, you will want to stop by the neighborhood's Organic Farm and Caf. Rents are affordably priced in this section of Waianae town.

Makaha: Depicted as urban, this neighborhood features lower rents and carpools for commuters who don't want to spend extra on gas and insurance.

Moekahi Street and Lualualei: The Waianae Kai Forest Reserve is in close proximity to those who like to hike.

Makaha Valley: This neighborhood, which sits amidst forests galore, is a popular choice for vacationers who want to stay a little longer than a week.

The TownCenter: Lower rental prices and a convenient bus system make this neighborhood a top choice for the area's commuters.

Fun Things to Do

Recommended Eateries

Eating out is a favorite activity as the area is home to a number of popular eateries. One of the restaurants, Roy's Restaurant Ko Olina, located in Kapolei, is a great place to go for sushi and seafood. Be sure to try the Mahi Mahi with the macadamia nut crust. Residents also like patronizing Coquito's Latin Cuisine Restaurant, which features shrimp mofongo. The tres leches cake is recommended for dessert.

Area Shopping

While shopping exists, one is mainly confined to buying the basic necessities, like food or gasoline. However, you can buy one-of-a-kind foods at such places as the area's Polynesian market. CVS has a store for anyone who needs to fill a prescription too.

Hiking

If you like to hike, you can find endless possibilities, given the area's number of forested reserves. One of the favorite places to pursue the activity is the Ka'ena Point State Park, located in the wooded MakahaValley.

Fun Things to Do
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Recommended Eateries

Eating out is a favorite activity as the area is home to a number of popular eateries. One of the restaurants, Roy's Restaurant Ko Olina, located in Kapolei, is a great place to go for sushi and seafood. Be sure to try the Mahi Mahi with the macadamia nut crust. Residents also like patronizing Coquito's Latin Cuisine Restaurant, which features shrimp mofongo. The tres leches cake is recommended for dessert.

Area Shopping

While shopping exists, one is mainly confined to buying the basic necessities, like food or gasoline. However, you can buy one-of-a-kind foods at such places as the area's Polynesian market. CVS has a store for anyone who needs to fill a prescription too.

Hiking

If you like to hike, you can find endless possibilities, given the area's number of forested reserves. One of the favorite places to pursue the activity is the Ka'ena Point State Park, located in the wooded MakahaValley.

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City GuideNanakuli
Nanakuli gets its name from the two words -- nana kuli, which, in Hawaiian basically mean "feign to be deaf." Located on the leeward coast, which is arid and hot, ancient Hawaiians realized that they would have difficulties raising crops or food. As Hawaiian tradition requires that food be offered to passing travelers, the ancient people went into hiding to avoid giving someone what little food they could grow or keep. If a traveler did see one of the people, the islander would pretend that t...
Nanakuli gets its name from the two words -- nana kuli, which, in Hawaiian basically mean "feign to be deaf." Located on the leeward coast, which is arid and hot, ancient Hawaiians realized that they would have difficulties raising crops or food. As Hawaiian tradition requires that food be offered to passing travelers, the ancient people went into hiding to avoid giving someone what little food they could grow or keep. If a traveler did see one of the people, the islander would pretend that t...

Located on Oahu's western shore, Nanakuli is unofficially a small town that is approximately 30 miles to the north and west of Honolulu. The town is home to the popular shoreline of NanakuliBeach. While tides and currents can be somewhat strong during the winter months, they ebb and calm during the summer, thereby making the beach a favorite spot for grilling or picnics. Happily, today, islanders don't have trouble sharing or offering food to visitors or to friends and acquaintances. The CDP is located on the island of Oahu in the Waianae district and the county of Honolulu, Approximately 12,700 residents live in the area.

Area Rental Homes

Whether you are seeking a vacation residence or just need to find an apartment for rent, you will find places to rent in Nanakuli that are on the ideal leeward shore. Close to the airport and every possible amenity that Oahu has to offer, the area makes it possible for residents and visitors to enjoy such activities as surfing and golf.

Surfers like to take on the giant waves in the winter months while snorkelers and fishermen enjoy the peaceful waters of NanakuliBeach during the summertime. People who live in rentals homes or rental housing are also close to hiking, and tennis and basketball courts on some of the rental apt complexes. Many of the all utilities paid homes are located in the nearby MakahaValley.

Apartment Amenities

Needless to say, you'll receive plenty in the way of outdoor amenities if you live in Nanakuli. You will also enjoy the standard amenities that come with living in a rental property on this part of Oahu. Residents enjoy air conditioning, deluxe kitchens, hardwood flooring, and neutral decors. Upgrades in the apartments or rental properties generally include granite countertops, black appliances, stainless steel sinks, and, in some instances, jetted tubs. No need to resort to anything less than resort-type living when you live in this area of the state.

Area Rental Homes
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Whether you are seeking a vacation residence or just need to find an apartment for rent, you will find places to rent in Nanakuli that are on the ideal leeward shore. Close to the airport and every possible amenity that Oahu has to offer, the area makes it possible for residents and visitors to enjoy such activities as surfing and golf.

Surfers like to take on the giant waves in the winter months while snorkelers and fishermen enjoy the peaceful waters of NanakuliBeach during the summertime. People who live in rentals homes or rental housing are also close to hiking, and tennis and basketball courts on some of the rental apt complexes. Many of the all utilities paid homes are located in the nearby MakahaValley.

Apartment Amenities

Needless to say, you'll receive plenty in the way of outdoor amenities if you live in Nanakuli. You will also enjoy the standard amenities that come with living in a rental property on this part of Oahu. Residents enjoy air conditioning, deluxe kitchens, hardwood flooring, and neutral decors. Upgrades in the apartments or rental properties generally include granite countertops, black appliances, stainless steel sinks, and, in some instances, jetted tubs. No need to resort to anything less than resort-type living when you live in this area of the state.

How to Prepare for a Move

If you are relocating to Nanakuli in Oahu, you will need to start making preparations for your move about two to three months before you depart for Hawaii. While planned moves in the contiguous U.S must be planned two months in advance, an off-shore move of this type will take a bit longer.

Begin the process by contacting movers who handle out-of-state moves. Take an inventory of the items you will be moving before obtaining estimates. Movers should be able to provide you with their insurance information as well as a fairly long list of references. To help you begin the process, download a moving checklist from the Microsoft website or a similar platform online.

How to Prepare for a Move
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If you are relocating to Nanakuli in Oahu, you will need to start making preparations for your move about two to three months before you depart for Hawaii. While planned moves in the contiguous U.S must be planned two months in advance, an off-shore move of this type will take a bit longer.

Begin the process by contacting movers who handle out-of-state moves. Take an inventory of the items you will be moving before obtaining estimates. Movers should be able to provide you with their insurance information as well as a fairly long list of references. To help you begin the process, download a moving checklist from the Microsoft website or a similar platform online.

Neighborhoods
Neighborhoods
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Nanakuli is a neighborhood unto itself -- and one of the popular neighborhoods of the coastal town of Waianae -- statistically, the 16th biggest community in Hawaii. Linked neighborhoods include Ma'ili, the Paakea Road section of town, Makaha, the Moekahi and Lualualei, area, Palehua, the MakahaValley, and the town center.

Mai'ili: Home to the Ma'ili Beach Park, renters find affordable prices in this section of the of the Nanakuli area. Most commuters ride the bus as an alternative form of transportation to driving an automobile.

Pakea Road: If you like organic cuisine, you will want to stop by the neighborhood's Organic Farm and Caf. Rents are affordably priced in this section of Waianae town.

Makaha: Depicted as urban, this neighborhood features lower rents and carpools for commuters who don't want to spend extra on gas and insurance.

Moekahi Street and Lualualei: The Waianae Kai Forest Reserve is in close proximity to those who like to hike.

Makaha Valley: This neighborhood, which sits amidst forests galore, is a popular choice for vacationers who want to stay a little longer than a week.

The TownCenter: Lower rental prices and a convenient bus system make this neighborhood a top choice for the area's commuters.

Nanakuli is a neighborhood unto itself -- and one of the popular neighborhoods of the coastal town of Waianae -- statistically, the 16th biggest community in Hawaii. Linked neighborhoods include Ma'ili, the Paakea Road section of town, Makaha, the Moekahi and Lualualei, area, Palehua, the MakahaValley, and the town center.
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Mai'ili: Home to the Ma'ili Beach Park, renters find affordable prices in this section of the of the Nanakuli area. Most commuters ride the bus as an alternative form of transportation to driving an automobile.

Pakea Road: If you like organic cuisine, you will want to stop by the neighborhood's Organic Farm and Caf. Rents are affordably priced in this section of Waianae town.

Makaha: Depicted as urban, this neighborhood features lower rents and carpools for commuters who don't want to spend extra on gas and insurance.

Moekahi Street and Lualualei: The Waianae Kai Forest Reserve is in close proximity to those who like to hike.

Makaha Valley: This neighborhood, which sits amidst forests galore, is a popular choice for vacationers who want to stay a little longer than a week.

The TownCenter: Lower rental prices and a convenient bus system make this neighborhood a top choice for the area's commuters.

Fun Things to Do

Recommended Eateries

Eating out is a favorite activity as the area is home to a number of popular eateries. One of the restaurants, Roy's Restaurant Ko Olina, located in Kapolei, is a great place to go for sushi and seafood. Be sure to try the Mahi Mahi with the macadamia nut crust. Residents also like patronizing Coquito's Latin Cuisine Restaurant, which features shrimp mofongo. The tres leches cake is recommended for dessert.

Area Shopping

While shopping exists, one is mainly confined to buying the basic necessities, like food or gasoline. However, you can buy one-of-a-kind foods at such places as the area's Polynesian market. CVS has a store for anyone who needs to fill a prescription too.

Hiking

If you like to hike, you can find endless possibilities, given the area's number of forested reserves. One of the favorite places to pursue the activity is the Ka'ena Point State Park, located in the wooded MakahaValley.

Fun Things to Do
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Recommended Eateries

Eating out is a favorite activity as the area is home to a number of popular eateries. One of the restaurants, Roy's Restaurant Ko Olina, located in Kapolei, is a great place to go for sushi and seafood. Be sure to try the Mahi Mahi with the macadamia nut crust. Residents also like patronizing Coquito's Latin Cuisine Restaurant, which features shrimp mofongo. The tres leches cake is recommended for dessert.

Area Shopping

While shopping exists, one is mainly confined to buying the basic necessities, like food or gasoline. However, you can buy one-of-a-kind foods at such places as the area's Polynesian market. CVS has a store for anyone who needs to fill a prescription too.

Hiking

If you like to hike, you can find endless possibilities, given the area's number of forested reserves. One of the favorite places to pursue the activity is the Ka'ena Point State Park, located in the wooded MakahaValley.