My clients from the mainland ask me frequently this time of year, “What is winter like in Hawaii?” and “Do you all celebrate Christmas there?” I tell them, “Where do you think Santa vacations before his big run?”
Here in Hawaii we say, “Mele Kalikimaka,” which means “Merry Christmas,” an endearing phrase you will hear the entire month of December. We even get Christmas trees sent all the way from Oregon! The only thing we lack on Kauai is snow, however, you can go skiing and snowboarding on the Big Island of Hawaii where the volcanic peaks of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa are frequently covered with fresh powder.
A home on Kauai is the ultimate Christmas present. Honestly, there is no other place I would rather spend the winter than on the golden shores of the north shore of Kauai. Our year-round temperate climate is the ideal choice for escaping the snow and harsh winds of the mainland. Even though we do get rain, the days are warm, the sun still shines, and you can always go to the beach on Christmas day.
Yes, the holidays in Hawaii are quite festive with plenty of holiday cheer to last the whole year through. Many visitors to Hawaii think they are in a foreign country because it is so naturally beautiful, but of course, Hawaii is the 50th state and we have just about everything you could want or need in the islands of aloha.
Make this a “Mele Kalikimaka” and treat your family to your dream home in paradise. For all your real estate needs, please contact me for information on homes, land, and Kauai living.