Here Are The 9 Most Enchanting, Magical Christmas Towns In Hawaii
Celebrating during the holiday season without snow or cold weather may seem weird for some, but that’s just normal Christmas in Hawaii, and we certainly make up for a lack of snow with incredible Christmas displays, light parades, and celebrations sure to put even the Grinchiest of people into the holiday spirit. While the Hawaiian Islands as a whole celebrate Christmas beautifully – from snowmen made out of the sand on Kauai beaches to the snow-topped Mauna Kea on Hawaii Island – there are a few Hawaiian cities and towns that are a little merrier this holiday season.
Don’t forget to check out these 8 Christmas light displays, and add your favorites to your holiday calendar! Mele Kalikimaka, everybody!
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Best Christmas Towns in Hawaii
Where is the best place to spend Christmas in Hawaii?
Sure, Hawaii might be a bit more tropical and warm than, say, the North Pole, but that definitely doesn’t mean we don’t know how to do Christmas! The island of Oahu is our favorite place to spend the holidays; in fact, if you’re not a fan of the typical white Christmas and are hoping to find somewhere a little warmer than that, Hawaii is the perfect destination. With a cozy average winter temperature within the 70-degrees-range, you can enjoy all the festivities of the holidays without the chill. For example, there’s the Honolulu City Lights event, which has gone on for more than three decades, or you can always hang out and wait for Santa Claus himself to arrive at the island via canoe. Of course, you’re not limited to only Oahu; each island has its own traditions and events, so make sure to check them out as well. Any place in Hawaii is the best place to spend Christmas in Hawaii!
What are some fun things to do at Christmas in Hawaii?
Hawaii is just as magical during Christmas time as it is year-round. Sure, we may not have white Christmases, but we still love the holidays. There’s plenty to do; for example, you can attend local Christmas/holiday parades no matter which island you’re on (or plan to be on). You can also tour some amazing lights displays, and attend different events all over the state. You’ll have to hang out and watch Santa arrive on Oahu by canoe, and the world-famous Waikele neighborhood loves going all-out for the holidays.