Fall in Hawaii

One of the things I loved the most about living on the mainland is experiencing the different seasons. I love Hawaii, but I really wish we had all four seasons. Fall is my favorite season, and I’m definitely missing the changing leaves, crisp fall air, and the onset of winter. Here’s what fall in Hawaii looks like.

Did you visit a pumpkin patch this year? If not, what’s your favorite fall tradition? ❤️

44 responses to “Fall in Hawaii”

  1. Love this so much! I still can’t get over the landscape *cries forever*

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  2. Fall in Hawaii looks very similar to here in Illinois. They do a great job there making it look authentic!

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    1. They do a very great job! I miss the changing leaves and crisp weather, but it’ll do for now!

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  3. Oh what a fun looking place to visit! I never thought about Hawaii having fall.
    🙂 gwingal

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    1. It’s pretty spectacular! 🙂

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  4. Beautiful pictures. You captured fall in them. Wow, some tall sunflowers!

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    1. Thank you! And they’re my favorite flowers! 🙂

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  5. This is amazing! I’ve never been to Hawaii in the fall, but it looks gorgeous as it always does! 😉

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    1. It’s such a magical place! 🙂

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  6. I would never thought that Hawaii had fall weather. Very cool that there is pumpkins there/

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    1. I mean, it’s still 80-85 degrees but I can dream about crisp weather!

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  7. It’s seriously so pretty. I didn’t know that they could even have fall-related items since it’s warm there all the time.

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    1. Right? The only thing we’re missing is the leaves actually changing and crisp weather, but other than that it’s still pretty amazing!

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  8. WOW! That’s gorgeous! I had no idea that Hawaii had fall like that. Love that there are even pumpkins. Would be neat to see in person too.

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    1. Hawaii’s just full of surprises 🙂

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  9. This is so fun! I WISH I was in Hawaii for fall!

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    1. I hope you can experience it someday! I wish I was somewhere in the mainland for fall, I miss the changing leaves and crisp weather!!

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  10. i love your pictures. Hawaii is am amazing place. I didnt know Hawaii ever encounter fall but great to know

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  11. Hawaii is so beautiful! This is the first time I realized Hawaii had all the fall weather and colors, very cool! Great pictures.

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    1. Isn’t it?! Hawaii also gets snow! It’s one of the few places in the world that has almost all of the climates, which is amazing!

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  12. Remarkably it doesn’t look that different from Fall in New England! Gorgeous photos and clearly that was a beautiful day.

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    1. That’s so amazing! Yes, it was perfect weather. We got very lucky! 🙂

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  13. Is is amazing to see pumpkins with those views behind! Just stunning, and such a pretty season!

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    1. Thank you Ada! Fall is my favorite, favorite season 🙂

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  14. Those photos are gorgeous! I would love to visit Hawaii sometime. I hear it’s such a beautiful state. I really hope to go someday.

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    1. Thank you Kathy! It’s a place everyone needs to experience at least once! I hope you get your chance 🙂

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  15. Your photos are just beautiful! You have me longing to go back to Hawaii, this time during the Fall.

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    1. Thank you so much, Mary! Fall is arguably the best time to visit! (Nov/Dec is best if you want to see whales and have slightly cooler temperatures, plus the airfare is cheapest as it’s our offseason!)

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  16. Omg the pumpkin patch looks incredible. I think any time in Hawaii is a good time…its just that amazing.

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    1. I agree! I’m lucky to have seen 20 of these autumn seasons here on Maui, and I don’t think I’ll ever grow tired of it!

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  17. Oh gosh it’s beautiful. I love those pictures. Hawaii looks warm and sunny. Wonderful!

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  18. Visiting a pumpkin patch is Hawaii sounds like a dream come true! The sunflowers are so beautiful too.

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  19. Hawaii is gorgeous irrespective of the seasons! Those pumkins look so plump and delicious 🙂

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  20. Visiting Hawaii in Fall? Yes, please. I would love to visit Hawaii at this time of the year.

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  21. This probably sounds so dumb of me but I didn’t know you could grow sunflowers and pumpkins in Hawaii lol. I have never been to Hawaii although our son was stationed there for almost 4 years. I would love to be able to visit someday and go to that pumpkin farm. I really loved the sign “grown here not flown here”.

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  22. This probably sounds so dumb of me but I didn’t know you could grow sunflowers and pumpkins in Hawaii lol. I have never been to Hawaii although our son was stationed there for almost 4 years. I would love to be able to visit someday and go to that pumpkin farm. I really loved the sign “grown here not flown here”.

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  23. We did not visit a pumpkin patch like I would have liked. We went to a farm though. I love the pictures!

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  24. You are so lucky to get to enjoy these beautiful view. Am dreaming of it and wishing to experience Hawaii as well.
    Gorgeous sunflowers!

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  25. These are lovely photos. Great post. I am looking to travel to hawaii soon!

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  26. Loved this, beautiful pictures!!💕🌻

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  27. […] year, I was in Hawaii for fall (boo hoo, I know other people would love to be in Hawaii instead of the cold, but not I!). Anyway, […]

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  28. […] year, I was in Hawaii for fall (boo hoo, I know other people would love to be in Hawaii instead of the cold, but not I!). Anyway, […]

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