What Kind of Weather to Expect When Visiting Kauai During the Winter Months

In my previous career in Sales & Marketing, I’ve had countless conversations with guests who feel Kaua’i can only be visited during certain times of the year because of the weather. My response is always, “Kaua’i is Hawaii’s Garden Isle for a reason. In order to enjoy rainbows and waterfalls, there must be rain.” I wanted to share a few photos taken over the last week showing the beauty of Kaua’i, no matter the weather.

Photo by Torren Kimura

Kauai Winter Weather Brings Large Surf

During the winter months, surfers and experienced swimmers enjoy the big waves and increased surf activity. Most of us simply enjoy viewing the massive surf from the safety of the shorelines.

Secret Beach, Kilauea, Kaua'i

The world-famous Kilauea Lighthouse on Kauai’s north shore was dedicated in 1913 as a beacon and navigational tool for ships making their way to the Orient. This historical landmark welcomes over 500,000 visitors each year and provides a spectacular vantage point for viewing winter surf.

Kilauea Lighthouse

Kauai Beauty All Day, Every Day

We’ve been fortunate to have had consistent rainfall over the past few days and as you can see, Kaua’i is beautiful all day, every day, no matter the time of year and most certainly, no matter the weather.

Beautiful Hanalei Waterfalls

A Hui Hou (Until We Meet Again),


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