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The weather in Waialua
This is the climate diagram in Waialua. July is the warmest month in Waialua with average maximum temperatures of 82°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 60° in January. Bring your umbrella in September, the rainiest month of the year!
Book a vacation rental in Waialua, Oahu's hidden gem
Are you looking for an untouched beachside destination to relax with your family? Consider renting a vacation home in Waialua, Hawaii. Nestled between the ocean and the mountains on Oahu's North Shore, this quiet community boasts stunning scenery, delicious local cuisine, and fun activities for the whole family.
Sample authentic Hawaiian cuisine
Hawaii is known for several unique island foods, all of which can be enjoyed in Waialua. Trace your food back to its origin by taking a tour of a local chocolate and coffee farm, the award-winning Waialua Estate.
On a hot day, make a perfect meal from poke, a cool salad of locally-caught fish and seasonings, followed by a sweet dessert of shaved ice. This treat, in which shaved ice is topped with colorful fruits and syrups, is best sampled at Island X Hawaii, known for their homemade, all-natural fruit syrups.
Explore the mighty Banyan trees
Vacation rentals make a great home base for families and there is no shortage of activities to enjoy with children in Waialua and the surrounding area. The most famous of these is Turtle Bay’s Banyan Tree, a massive tree whose tangle of roots are a treat to explore.
Parents with younger children will love Keiki Pool. This naturally-formed pool is well sheltered from the ocean's powerful waves, so even toddlers can safely enjoy its shallows. Indeed, “keiki” is the Hawaiian word for "child".
Enjoy the turquoise waters of the Pacific
Oahu’s north shore is known as a surfing hot spot, and Waialua is no exception. Renting a vacation home in Waialua gives surfers access to incredible waves that see far less traffic than other nearby destinations.
Those more at home under the waves will find themselves entranced by the scuba diving available. The most notable feature is the Waialua Wall. This three-mile-long drop-off hosts a multitude of colorful coral and exciting caves to explore.
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