The above is a climate diagram for Ko Olina. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. However, temperatures can go lower than 18° Ko Olina in January. January is the driest month.
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Ko Olina is a wonderful vacation spot if you want a property with a pool, as 72% of the accommodations there provide one. Interestingly, HomeToGo's data shows that more condo have a pool than condo. Also, they can host 6 people, on average, while condo with pools can host an average of 6 people. In Ko Olina, all of the rentals with a pool are situated close to the water.
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Hawaiian Beaches and Culture With Idyllic Ko Olina Beach Villas
Discover Ko Olina in the lush Waianae Mountains on the pristine shores of Oahu and explore the joy of Hawaiian culture amid luxurious vacation rentals. When it comes to holiday activities and experiences in idyllic surroundings, few places in the world can match Hawaii's offering. Step out of your charming beach villa and enjoy thrilling activities such as paddle boarding, snorkelling, and swimming.
Oceanfront Dining in Ko Olina
The culinary scene on this island offers both local and international flavours to delight the taste buds of everyone. Eggs 'n Things is popular for using fresh ingredients and offering delicacies at reasonable prices. Pop into this eatery and order spinach, bacon and cheese omelette, or fresh Ahi and eggs served with either rice or potatoes.
For something quick, easy and affordable, head to the Island County Markets, which houses a restaurant, a grocery and a gift shop. It boasts of a full-service deli, as well as a great selection of delicious lunch meats, wines, cheeses, salads and fresh fruits and vegetables. Beer and liquor are also available. When you’ve finished your meal, you can purchase some resort gifts and sundry items for your loved ones.
Island Vintage Coffee offers a true taste of Hawaiian paradise cuisine. Stop here for freshly roasted Kona, and pair it with delightful brunch offering of bacon and egg bagel. Do not leave this joint before having its popular Moana Acai bowl. Grab your plate and sit outdoors in the great Hawaiian weather. The employees are friendly and polite.
Hawaiian Art and Culture
Take a guided tour of Aulani resort to understand its art and cultural influences. Designed by Walt Disney in collaboration with the community, this landmark displays the rich cultural heritage of Ko Olina. Step in and browse its dramatic murals that depict the history and folklore of Hawaii. It also has a large collection of artworks that include sculptures, and woodcarvings.
Visit Good Art Gallery at Ko Olina Resort and delve into the works of Heather Brown, the godmother of contemporary surf art. Located at the Ko Olina resort area, it’s an exceptional art showcase and sales venue where various artists come to display their pieces. You’ll see beautiful sculptures, paintings, and photography that you can buy as souvenirs.
As you wind up your holiday in Ko Olina, make a trip to the Bishop Museum Oahu and reflect on the fascinating history of this island paradise. It houses an extensive collection of native art and Hawaiian artifacts as well as photos and documents that highlight other Pacific cultures. Guided tours are also available at this museum.
Ko Olina Marina Activities
Ko Olina has a wide range of boating excursions to choose from when holidaymaking. Take a snorkel tour and explore sea life filled with spotted eagle rays and spinner dolphins. The view of the Waianae Mountains from the boat is stunning, and navigating through the azure water is simply exhilarating.
Seeing whales leap out of the water is something you and your family will always remember. The Humpbacks migrate from the frigid waters of Alaska to breed in the warmer waters of Ko Olina. Head to the Ko Olina Marina and embark on a whale-watching tour to experience the humpback whales leaping out of the ocean.
Before you end your tour of the marina, make sure to go for a sunset dinner cruise. Sunsets create rainbows in the misty valleys of the Ko’olau Mountains to provide a stunning backdrop for an outdoor evening meal. Take pictures of Oahu's picturesque coastline and document them for your family and friends.
Ko Olina’s Signature Community Events
Away from the thrills and attractions, Ko Olina is home to a series of special events that offer the locals and visitors a unique cultural experience. A vacation in July will coincide with The West Side Summer Fest held at the Ulua Lagoon Grand Lawn. The event features a display of fresh-farmed produce, cultural artisans and performances by local musicians.
If you’re visiting in September, then join the locals and other guests at the Kohola Lagoon 1 for the Race Ko Olina. It’s a fun-filled fitness event for all ages. You can choose to participate in the 5K or 10K Sprint Triathlon, although the Keiki Aquathlon and the Keiki 1K Fun Run are the most ideal for family participation. Remember to register in advance.
October is the month when Ko Olina hosts the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival. Held at the Kohola Lagoon 1, this event in the Pacific features a roster of internationally-acclaimed wine and spirit producers, culinary personalities and master chefs. They share their skills and tips in preparing the best dishes in the world. You’ll have a chance to sample some of the delicacies.
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