Create treasured memories with a holiday getaway to Oahu. Whether you’re bringing the whole family or sneaking away for a low-key vacation, the tropical island of Oahu is an ideal place to spend your holiday. Browse our beautiful Oahu holiday rentals below:
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Features of Our Hawaii Holiday Vacation Rentals
Treat yourself to a well-deserved holiday spent soaking up the sea and sun on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu. Our holiday rentals come in a variety of sizes, from romantic oceanfront condos to sprawling villas with multiple bedrooms and multiple bathrooms to accommodate the whole family. With spacious great rooms present in most of our Hawaii holiday vacation rentals, it’s easy to keep holiday traditions alive as you gather with family. Prepare favorite family recipes in the full kitchen equipped with appliances, cookware, and utensils, and gather around the dining table. Living rooms are open and airy, providing a comfortable place to play games, watch movies, and reminisce.
Spend your holiday lounging alongside the swimming pool or playing at the beach, both of which are easily accessible from our holiday rentals. Our holiday rentals located on the grounds of Ko Olina Resort offer easy access to calm ocean lagoons, golf, restaurants, and shopping. Further north along Oahu’s west coast, many of our holiday rentals in Makaha are located right along the oceanfront, providing a front-row seat to the island’s natural beauty.
Holiday Activities on Oahu
Winter holidays such as Christmas and New Year’s are popular times to head to Hawaii and escape the cold. You will find a wealth of holiday festivities on Oahu, including Santa visits, parades, twinkling lights, craft fairs, and more! New Year’s Eve brings dramatic firework displays over the ocean and opportunities for midnight cruises to ring in the new year in style.
The winter holidays also coincide with the beginning of whale watching season, a thrilling expedition to include in your Hawaii vacation. Humpback whales migrate to warm Hawaiian waters beginning in mid-December, and a number of boat charters can provide an intimate encounter with these magnificent creatures. The season extends to mid-April, so a holiday excursion over Spring Break can also hold opportunities for whale watching.
Any holiday that revolves around a large family feast, such as Thanksgiving or Easter, can be especially memorable when celebrated in Hawaii. This is the perfect opportunity for attending a luau, where you can feast on traditional Hawaiian dishes while learning more about the local culture through music and dance.