Mele Kalikimaka – Peace, Love, Joy and Hope in Hawaii

Mele Kalikimaka

During the holiday season we often hear wishes of Peace, Love, Joy and Hope. Hawaii is truly a place of Peace, Love, Joy and Hope. Mele Kalikimaka from our ‘ohana to yours!

Mele Kalikimaka


Peace in Hawaii

There are many peaceful moments in Hawaii. Peace is relaxing along the shores of Hanalei Bay, Kaanapali Beach, Lanikai Beach or Hapuna Beach. Peace is hiking through Hawaii’s tropical rainforests filled with beautiful waterfalls. Peace is sharing a stunning Hawaiian Sunset. Peace is soaring above the beautiful NaPali Coast. Peace is swimming with majestic Manta Rays. Peace is seeing Humpback Whales in Hawaii’s waters with their young. Peace is parasailing high above the Pacific. Peace is experiencing the sunrise from the top of Haleakala.

Hawaii waterfalls


Love in Hawaii

The Aloha Spirit embodies Love.  Aloha is the “joyful (oha) sharing (alo) of life energy (ha) in the present (alo).” Visitors to Hawaii are often moved by the Aloha Spirit and often take the power of Aloha back to their homes and communities.

Mele Kalikimaka


Joy in Hawaii

There are many ways to experience Joy in Hawaii. From the moment you take in the beautiful sights and scents of Hawaii you realize this is a place unlike any other. In Hawaii you can experience Joy trying Hawaii Activities such as snorkeling. You may experience Joy when you catch your first wave surfing. You may experience Joy conquering the hike to the top of Diamond Head. You may experience Joy enjoying nature on a Horseback Ride with your family. You may experience Joy when you take your first bite of a sweet and soft Hawaii Shave Ice. You may experience Joy by simply watching your kids play on the beach. You may experience Joy by getting married, enjoying a honeymoon or celebrating an anniversary in Hawaii. For me one of the most joyous moments this year was taking my kids on a swimming with wild dolphins tour. We made joyous memories.

Hawaii Snorkeling Tours



Hope in Hawaii

Hawaii provides Hope. During the early 1900s it is said that departing visitors would throw their flower leis into the ocean as their ship passed Diamond Head. They did this with the hope that like the flower lei, they would also return to the island again someday. Today not unlike the early 1900s, most visitors hope for a return to the island. Many people start planning their next Hawaii Vacation as soon as they get home.

Hawaiian Leis at the beach


Merry Christmas from Hawaii Discount. During this holiday season we want to thank you for allowing us to make your Hawaii Vacation dreams come true.

How have you experienced Peace, Love, Joy or Hope in Hawaii?

Mele Kalikimaka!

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Elizabeth has been blogging about the best Hawaii Activities for over 7 years. She loves sharing the Aloha Spirit.
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