2018 Best Places to Live in Hawaii — Part 2

Kailua (Oahu)

Adventure and old-town charm define this city in Oahu. Stellar beaches, like Kahana Beach, a wildlife sanctuary, botanical gardens, an arts and cultural center and plenty of hiking keep residents moving and experiencing the beauty of the Aloha State. A booming housing market offers plenty of opportunity to find a home in Kailua. And, low crime rates further the attraction.

Keauhou (Big Island)

Located on the west coast of the Big Island, upscale Keauhou offers oceanside living with no crime. Gated communities around one of the top Hawaiian snorkeling bays give you access to serene waters, ocean sports and a golf course. Plenty of historical sites feed the history buff with the tradition and heart of Hawaii.

Kohala Coast (Big Island)

The northwest coast of the Big Island, known as Kohala, offers a striking clash of water and cliff. A black sand beach starts at the coast’s northern end, and a rust-red and jet-black lava rock foundation closes it out on the southern end. Hiking cliffs with cascading waterfalls build adventure into ample sun-soaked days for any Kohala dweller.

Kailua-Kona (Big Island)

Only in Your State ranks Kailua-Kona the best place to retire. Lots of sun, minimal rain and towering palms sweep the young and old away with a sense of beauty and peace. This amenity-filled, Big Island city might be mistaken for a small town due to its feel. Located on the west coast of the island, the heart of true luxury, it boasts the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai and gorgeous million-dollar homes. (You even get a few billionaire neighbors.)

Waipio (Big Island)

Lush jungle vegetation, a wide river, taro fields and a black sand beach set Waipio apart with beauty and mystery. Located on the Hamakua Coast of the Big Island, this area is filled with history, legend and wonder. Waipio, known for its spectacular waterfalls, offers views of the tallest falls, Hiilawe Falls. Finding a home in this island beauty is reminiscent of the Hawaiian kings who once lived in this valley.

Big Island living promises a lifestyle like no other — modern living at a relaxed pace, plenty of sunshine and your choice of tropical coastline or lush green vegetation. Visit the Aloha State to experience the Aloha Spirit yourself.

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