5 Reasons to Celebrate Christmas in Oahu, Hawaii 2018

Christmas is a time to celebrate family, tradition, and love. For some, Christmas celebration is filled with icy weather and loads of snow. If you’re one who’s looking for a change to warmer weather, and maybe even some sand, then you can stop searching today! Ola Properties offers Vacation Rentals at all price points to help you and your family combat frostbite without sacrificing any Christmas cheer. From parades and parties to visits from Santa, come join in on the Hawaiian fun and Luau your way towards a warmer Christmas in Hawaii tradition!


CHRISTMAS IN POLYNESIA  – Dec 9th – Dec 22nd 2017

This mostly free event features a canoe ride for the family complete with live reenactments depicting the “birth of the savior”. For those who just want to bring the kids and have fun, there’s train rides and even a scavenger hunt! Experience these festivities with bit of Polynesian flair!


What better way to celebrate Christmas than with singing and dancing? Countdown the days until Christmas the Hawaiian way with Hula shows and a special performance, a “loving” Christmas in Waikiki, on Christmas Eve. Each night features a different performance and is sure to amaze and delight anyone!

Christmas at the Hukilau Marketplace – December 21st & 22nd, 2017

Known for transporting visitors back in time to the Hawaii of the 1950’s, Hukilau Marketplace is bursting with Polynesian culture, Christmas spirit, and intriguing adventures. From the twinkling lights Christmas is known for to flare filled performances you’ll only find in Hawaii, your nighttime adventure at the Hukilau Marketplace is sure to be one you and your family will never forget.

Halekulani Masterworks: Ode to Joy – Dec 28th & 29th, 2018

Just because Christmas in Hawaii is over, doesn’t mean Hawaiians stop celebrating. What better way to welcome the new year than with Beethoven’s Ode to Joy? Not matter your musical preference, you’re sure to be moved by this joint performance featuring the Oahu Choral Society and the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra. You can find tickets for purchase here.

Party of the Year with Eat the Street – Dec 31st 2018

End your year with a BANG, and some delicious Hawaiian style food and drinks. Enjoy Oahu’s diverse food trucks with their creative concoctions, live entertainment, and an amazing party! With delicious cocktails and decadent food, this New Year’s Bash is sure to be one for the record books!

Hawaii may be known for its sandy beaches and gorgeous nature trails, but the culture and love expressed by these islanders will surely bring your family closer together than ever before this holiday season. Come experience Christmas the Hawaiian way with Ola Properties as your guide. We’ll help you find the perfect rental for your vacation and point out the most amazing experiences you and your family won’t want to miss out on. So, don’t wait! Secure your rental today.