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The Weather in Haleiwa
This is the climate diagram in Haleiwa. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 82°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Haleiwa, with temperatures going under 60° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Discover the legendary beauty of Hawaii with a Haleiwa vacation home
Beachside vacation homes in Haleiwa, Hawaii, let you enjoy sunsets over the water in a tropical paradise. With its volatile volcanoes, hula dancers, surfboards, and parrot fish, the legendary islands of Hawaii really need no introduction.
Hawaiian culture on Haleiwa
Enjoy an authentic Hawaiian music and dance show at the hula mound near the lei-draped statue of Duke Kahanamoku, the father of modern surfing. It begins with the sounding of a conch shell and the lighting of torches. This is the real deal, featuring hula experts from the University of Hawaii. Don't miss the Wizard Stones of Kapaemahu, said to contain the spirits of four wizards who came from Tahiti in 400 AD. According to legend, they healed the islanders, who erected these stones after the wizards departed.
Playtime in Hawaii
Go surfing at Kuhio Beach, where boarders rejoice in the massive, warm waves that roll towards the beach. Hundreds of colorful boards are stacked on the beach, amid sunbathers and sandcastles. Snorkeling at Hanauma Bay, an unforgettable experience, gives you the opportunity to see a 7,000-year old coral reef up close – as well as its many parrotfish and sea turtle residents.
Adventures on the Big Island
Hawaii's volcanoes are quite literally the stuff of legend, and the reason for the islands' existence. Watch molten earth boil into the sea and see vast lava deserts at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. To see the other end of the spectrum, visit Waipi’o Valley, an emerald basin that is home to colorful wildlife and well worth exploring. Also, you can gaze at the stars in Mauna Kea, the sacred dormant volcano connecting the islands. Visit one of the many golfball-shaped telescopes here to stare far into the universe.
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