Christmas in Kauai - Princeville

Mele Kalikimaka From Honu Point – Kauai – Hawaii

To all of our past, present and future guests at Kauai Vacation Rental at Honu Point, Tom and I wish you the most wonderful holiday season. We are appreciative of the fabulous guests we’ve had and look forward to meeting new friends in 2019. 

We’ve had glorious winter weather lately.

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View from the Guest Bedroom
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Sunrise on December 17, 2018
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December 16, 2018

And yes, we do celebrate Christmas in the islands.

Christmas in Kauai - Princeville
Kaweonui Road, Princeville
Christmas in Kauai - Princeville
Christmas in Kauai - Princeville

And, of course, our albatross are nesting. We look forward to the arrival of new chicks in January! 

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Dora or Larry?

So, no matter what time of year you come to the Garden Island, there is plenty to see and do. If you are not already booked, we still have openings in January, a couple of weeks in the spring, and from the middle of July to December. Check the “Calendar and Rates” page for availability.  Happy Holidays!

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