Discover the Benefits of Buying Real Estate in Beautiful Oahu: Your Ultimate Winter Destination

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There is no better time to come and discover Honolulu – a vacation paradise with plenty to do and a Hawaiian culture that is rich, unique and unforgettable.

And you don’t need to wait for the peak summer months to visit, because the weather is great this time of year. Although the weather is slightly cooler in January, February, and March, the average day time temperature in winter is 78 degrees. Rain falls on average about 8 days a month during the winter months, but often rain showers only last a few minutes and are only in one part of the island. The wettest month on Oahu is typically in December, with 10 days of rain. During the winter months you can still find plenty of outdoor activities and you can avoid the crowds.

Or if you just need an escape from the winter blues, plan a trip to sunny, warm Oahu.

Here are just a few of the many activities taking place this winter on Oahu:

See some of the best big wave surfing in the world

wave surfing

Big wave season on the North Shore at Waimea Bay is between November and March. Waves can swell to 35 to 50 feet (some even get up to 100 feet) in size and many of the best surfers in the world come to be a part of it.

Watch migrating humpback whales

humpback whales

Peak whale watching months are January, February, and March. At the end of each summer, humpback whales leave their feeding grounds in Alaska and travel to Hawaii to mate, give birth and nurse their young. Hawaii is the only place in the United States where Humpback whales reproduce.

Spend Valentine’s Day, February 14, on Oahu

– Honolulu is perfect for a romantic or relaxing getaway. There is nothing more romantic than sitting on a tropical beach and watching the sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Honolulu is also known as one of the most romantic places in the world to propose.

12th Annual Ukelele Contest

Ukelele Contest

February 18, 2023. Japanese and Hawaiian musicians perform all day on the stage while ukulele lovers from all around the world gather. Location – Ala Moana Center, Centerstage.

Hawaiian Steel Guitar Festival

Steel Guitar

February 18, 2023. This free event features performances by Hawaiian steel guitar masters singing and playing Hawaii’s favorite Hawaiian music. Location – Ka Makana Ali’i Center in Kapolei.

27th Annual Honolulu Festival

– March 10 – 12, 2023. The Honolulu Festival is Hawaii’s premier cultural event, promoting understanding, economic cooperation and ethnic harmony between the people of Hawaii and the Pacific Rim region. Dance, music and traditional arts are performed by groups from Hawaii, Japan, and other parts of the pacific region. There is a grand parade, performance stages, craft fair and exhibition, and educational programs.

Kawaii Kon

Kawaii Kon

March 31 – April 2, 2023. This three-day event at the Hawaii Convention Center celebrates anime (cartoons), manga (comics), and all facets of Japanese culture. With video games, table top games, costume contests, and a formal ball, it offers something for everyone. Comic book lovers, video game players and fans gather from all around the world.

Hawaiian Scottish Festival and Highland Games

– April 1 – April 2, 2023. A gathering of clans from around Hawaii and the mainland featuring highland games and athletics, dance competition, music and singing, demonstrations of swordplay and fencing, and food vendors offering traditional Scottish fare (yes, even haggis!). Location – Jefferson Elementary School, 324 Kapahulu Avenue.

19th Annual Waikiki Spam Jam Festival

– April 22 – May 1, 2023. Hawaiians love their Spam and consume more than any other state in the union. This outdoor block party features food vendors making special dishes with Spam, merchandise with the SPAM logo on it, live entertainment and performances. This event also benefits the Hawaii Food Bank. Location – Kalakaua Ave in Waikiki between Lewers and Kaiulani Avenue.

Free fireworks show on Waikiki Beach

– every Friday night. Every Friday night around 7:45 p.m. the sky lights up with a stunning fireworks display off Waikiki Beach. The Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach stages a free fireworks show that lasts about 10 minutes.

We also offer vacation rentals and long-term rentals.

Where you stay during your vacation is just as important as your vacation destination. We are a vacation rental business located in Honolulu and we know how to take care of our guests. We offer a wide range of properties and would love to book your vacation rental on Oahu.

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