Hawaii Real Estate News & Market Trends

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Dec. 14, 2020

Federal Government benefits are about to expire

Week of December 7th, 2020 in Review

The rise in COVID cases and decline in Paycheck Protection Program money is having a worsening impact on businesses and workers around the country as jobless claims trended in the wrong direction in the latest report. The number of people filing for unemployment benefits for the first time increased. The number of people continuing to receive benefits also rose.

Consumer inflation remained tame in November, per the latest Consumer Price Index report. Headline inflation was up 0.2% in November while the year-over-year reading remained unchanged at 1.2%. Core inflation, which strips out volatile food and energy prices, was also up 0.2% monthly while the annual reading was unchanged at 1.6%. More below about why tame inflation matters to Mortgage Bonds and home loan rates.

The latest National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Optimism Index dropped 2.6 points in November to 101.4, a three-month low. Within the report, those seeing higher selling prices rose 3 points to the highest level since May 2018, which is just 1 point from matching the highest since 2008. This data speaks to businesses not having enough people to help their supply meet demand, which is a sign that temporary inflation could be on the horizon.

Initial Jobless Claims Rise in Latest Week

Another 853,000 people filed for unemployment benefits for the first time during the week ending December 5, which is an increase of 137,000 claims from the prior week. Continuing Claims, which measure people who continue to receive benefits, also increased by 230,000 to 5.575 million.

In addition, remember that when regular benefits expire, people can file for Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC), which extends their benefits for another 13 weeks. The number of Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claims did decline by 313,000, but unfortunately for all the wrong reasons as benefits are expiring.

Keeping an Eye on Inflation

The latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) showed that inflation at the consumer level was tame in November, up 0.2% from October. The year over year reading remained unchanged at 1.2%. Core CPI, which strips out volatile food and energy prices, was up 0.2% on a monthly basis while the year over year reading was unchanged at 1.6%.

Inflation was also tame at the wholesale level, as November's Producer Price Index showed that headline inflation increased by 0.1%, which was in line with market expectations.

While these numbers are still relatively low, the year over year readings could continue to move higher as demand outpaces supply for goods and services. Those higher producer costs could translate to higher consumer costs and inflation.

Remember that inflation erodes the buying power of a Bond's fixed coupon over time. Meaning that rising inflation can cause Bonds to worsen or move lower. Home loan rates are inversely tied to Mortgage Bonds, so when Bonds worsen, home loan rates can rise. Though many factors influence the markets, tame inflation can benefit Mortgage Bonds and help home loan rates remain low.

The “Affordability” Myth

You may have heard some recent reports in the media about problems with home affordability. However, the "problem" being reported is a myth. Homes remain affordable today and in some cases are even more affordable today than they were a year ago.

What causes this confusion? Many mistakenly look at the significant move higher in the median home price, which is currently up 15% versus last year. But the median home price does not measure appreciation. Instead, it marks the middle price point of recent home sales.

Home prices have appreciated in the last year, but only 7% per the latest reports. Meanwhile, rates have fallen in this same period. This means that for many people, the monthly principal and interest payment to buy a home today could be lower than last year.

The bottom line is that there is reason to feel positive about the housing market with great opportunities for people hoping to buy a home next year!

What to Look for This Week

On Tuesday, we'll get an update on manufacturing in the New York region with December's Empire State Index, followed by the Philadelphia Fed Index on Thursday.

In addition, the Fed's two-day meeting begins Tuesday with their Monetary Policy Statement being released Wednesday. November Retail Sales will also be reported on Wednesday, which will reveal how retailers fared given the uptick in COVID cases. And on Thursday, the latest jobless claims figures remain critical to monitor.

Technical Picture

The Fed continues to provide stability to the markets thanks to its ongoing purchases of Mortgage Backed Securities. Mortgage Bonds continue to ride the 25-day Moving Average, which has provided solid support in recent days. Bonds have room to move higher until reaching resistance at 103.953 and if Stocks continue to sell off, we could see Bonds move higher in this range.

Nov. 23, 2020

Honolulu Hawaii Market November 2020

Oahu Real Estate Market Outlook - November 2020: Signs of recovery and better things to come


When COVID-19 hit Hawaii in the first quarter of 2020, realtors, buyers, sellers and real estate-related business braced for a backlash. Was there an impact – yes, as might be expected. But there are clear signs that the worst might be behind us. Even in the midst of a pandemic, it doesn’t appear that Oahu is experiencing a cooling in its real estate market. While sales volumes and pricing, for both condos and single-family homes aren’t overheating, there is a perfect mix of buyer interest and seller enthusiasm.

Overall, the market saw a slight spike in new listings, from 1,051 in September to 1,128 in October this year. However, it wouldn’t be accurate to say Oahu’s housing lacks competitiveness. In fact, the number of condos and single-family homes selling above asking price has increased – showing that there is plenty of competition from buyers, though not as much inventory as the market would have liked. Part of the reason for this robustness may be attributable to the fact that more travelers are now moving to Oahu to view open houses and check what’s on sale there. And that, in and of itself, is a sign of a healthy market!



 Honolulu Hawaii Real Estate Market November 2020


According to the Honolulu Board of Realtors, compared to the same period last year (Oct 2019), the median price of single-family homes in Oahu rose by nearly 11% last month (Oct 2020). With condominiums, however, the outlook wasn’t as rosy. Condo sales rose by just 1.7%, with median unit prices staying flat. The bright spot, however, is that condos experienced their first increase (albeit a relatively minor one!) since the beginning of the pandemic back in January 2020.

At a median price of $865,000, single-family homes experienced a healthy price increase in October 2020, compared to $780,000 last year (10.9% increase). On a month-over-month basis though, median single-family home prices experienced a slight down-tick from the $880,000 tag they commanded in Sept 2020 – that’s a 1.7% decline. October 2020 also saw slightly fewer (0.6%) single-family homes sold (345) compared to the same period last year (347).

The price tag of the median condominium was $439,500 in Oct 2020, which was around 0.3% less than what it was around the same time last year at $ 441.000 (Oct 2019). However, Oct 2020 saw 8 more units (for a total of 480) change hands than during last October (472).

The year-to-date numbers, for both single-family homes and condos highlight some interesting dynamics in Oahu’s real estate market. During the first 10-months of 2019, 3,121 single-family homes changed hands. That number was down slightly, by 1.3% (to 3,080) in the first 10-months of 2020. However, the median price of homes, on a year-to-date basis, rose in Oct 2020, from $785,000 to $818,500. 

Year-to-date condo sales were slightly sluggish, with only 3,785 units moving in the first 10-months of 2020, compared to 4,546 from Jan 2019 to Oct 2019. That’s a 16.7% decline. At a median Oct 2020 price of $432,750, condo prices, however, saw a slight YTD increase of around 1.1% compared to $428,000 during the first 10-months of 2019. 


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On a y/y-basis, new single-family home listings were down by 17.6% in Oct 2020, but the bright spot was that they showed a slight up-tick – of 3.3% - on a m/m basis. The most significant trend shift was noticed in single-family homes priced in the $600,000 to $699,999 range. Compared to last year, this group of homes saw a 52.3% decline in new listings coupled with a unit sales decline of 56.8%. 

Another trend shift was noted in single-family homes valued in the $800,000 to $1,199,999 price range. Their sales increased by 39.2%. When it comes to a sellers’ market, more than half of October 2020 sales (50%) in the $700,000 to $899,999 price range sold above the asking price.  

Single-family Oahu homes put on sale spent an average of just 10-days on the market. That definitely bodes well for sellers looking to list their properties now! 

There were some notable trends observed in the condominium sector too. Condos in the $500,000 to $599,999 price range saw an 18.5% uptick in new listings, with those priced in the $400,000 to $499,999 price range seeing a 30.23% surge in sales (112 units) compared to just 86 in the same period last year. More notably, an overwhelming 63% of condominiums listed in the $400,000 to $599,999 range changed hands above the asking price.

The median time that an average Oahu condo unit spent on the market was 18 days.



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Overall, the ongoing pandemic crisis seems to barely made a dent in Oahu market, barely impacting it, if at all. The numbers speak for themselves, signaling that Oahu’s real estate market is not just resilient, but is primed for a brighter future.  

Oahu housing market is definitely hot, and now’s the time get in – whether you’re buying or selling. And, the numbers don’t lie – they tell a story of a real estate sweet spot. How do we judge that? Well, the sign that a market is healthy and competitive is when sellers and buyers both walk away with what they want. Compared to last year, the doubling of single-family homes and nearly 64% of condos selling for above asking price tells a story of a robust market.   

Experts believe that now is the best time for both sellers and buyers to jump into the market and get exactly what they’re looking for.

According to Tricia Nekota, president, Honolulu Board of Realtors®:

“A lack of inventory coupled with high demand from buyers looking to capitalize on historically low interest rates is driving a very competitive market for single-family homes on O‘ahu. This is an opportune time for sellers to list their properties as housing values continue to rise, and buyers are on the hunt for their forever homes,”

Clearly, while there’s demand out there from home buyers looking to move into a serene community like Oahu, there are also sellers looking to cash-in and move on. Hawaii offers excellent respite from the hustle and bustle of most parts of the world. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful retirement get-away, a vacation property or a permanent change in your home address, places like Oahu offer the perfect place to invest in.

Aug. 26, 2020

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Aug. 18, 2020

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Covid 19 distancing at its finest. The last of its kind on the beach in Mokuleia Hawaii, on Oahu's North Shore where it still feels like old Hawaii. Rarely available, amazing opportunity to own this Beachfront 337 ft. long x 100 ft wide landscaped and groomed lot on Cozier Dr. Ready to build your dream beach house?

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Unwind and enjoy a stroll on over 3 miles of white sand beach right in front of your oceanfront land. This .77 acres of beachfront zoned R-7.5, may allow up to 4 homes. You can build a main home and 3 cottages or CPR the property and sell 3 lots and keep the beachfront or any other configuration to make your real estate dreams come true.

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Aug. 14, 2020

National Real Estate Market August 2020

Homes Are Being Snatched Off the Market at Their Fastest Pace in 2 Years

  • Homes sold in the U.S. during the second week of June typically stayed on the market for 22 days, the fastest pace since June 2018.
  • Columbus, Cincinnati and Kansas City are the hottest large markets, with homes being snapped up in less than a week. The slowest-moving for-sale markets are in New York, Miami and Atlanta.

After some choppy weeks in April and May, the housing market appears to once-again have the wind at its back as we approach the end of June, with active home listings on Zillow going pending after only three weeks — the fastest pace in two years.

Homes that transitioned from active to pending status — indicating an accepted offer, but not-yet-closed sale — in the week ending June 13th did so after being listed on Zillow for just 22 days, matching the 2020 low set during the week-ended March 28. A lot has happened in the ensuing three months — at the end of March, the true scale of the pandemic was just being realized, and widespread business closures and social distancing protocols were not yet fully adopted nationwide. 

Pre-pandemic, the real estate market was riding a wave of early-2020 momentum and looking ahead at what was shaping up to be a banner spring home shopping season. In the final full week of March, homes were selling about 5 days more quickly than in the same week of 2019, when the median home took 27 days to sell. But as the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent mitigation measures took hold more fully, the market slowed dramatically over the next several weeks, reaching its nadir in the week ending May 16, when the median home took 31 days to go pending — 6 days slower than the comparable week of 2019. 

Activity has picked up steadily and strongly since then, as buyers and sellers alike adjusted to new norms and found ways to make transactions happen safely and efficiently. Listings are now once again going pending faster than they did at this time in 2019. Newly pending sales fell more than 40% from the week ending March 1 to its low point in mid-April. But the time homes stayed on the market was not impacted to nearly the same degree. Sellers took a wait-and-see approach, limiting inventory but seemingly juicing demand for those few homes that were available. That same dynamic — sellers pulling back from the market more than buyers — has kept home prices relatively steady during the pandemic, though signs point to a modest decline in the coming months.  

This pickup in selling speed suggests that fundamentals are once again taking the wheel in the housing market: millions of Millennials are aging into their mid-30s and clamoring to move into homeownership, armed with record-low mortgage rates, but there is no wave of supply to match that demand. This May, buyers found themselves competing over the smallest pool of inventory  on record for that month in years, and it seems that after a couple months of delayed shopping, buyers were eager to make up for lost time with speedy offers.

Still, real estate is local, and the nationwide trend obscures some drastic differences in home sales speeds across major metro areas. The New York City metro area, already one of the nation’s slowest-moving markets in 2019 even before getting hit especially hard by the pandemic in its early days, has slowed even more dramatically since: The median days to pending rose from 47 to 70 days in mid-June compared to the same week in 2019. Miami, another slow-moving market, also experienced a notable year-over-year increase in days-to-pending, from 49 to 55. 

But most major metro areas followed the national trend: 29 of the 35 largest metro areas in the country saw an annual drop in days-to-pending for the week ending June 13. Home sales accelerated most quickly in mid-June in Pittsburgh, where days to pending plummeted from 27 to 10 year-over-year. In absolute terms, though, the fastest-selling homes this June are in Columbus, Ohio, where the median sold home lasts less than a week on the market — just 5 days — before going pending. Nearby Cincinnati is not far behind, at a blistering pace of 6 days to pending, tied with Kansas City as the second-fastest market as of mid-June.

Sellers appear to have heard the good news about brisk sales this June, and are bringing more homes onto the market: new listings are up 14% month-over-month. It remains to be seen whether more homes to choose from will provide buyers with some breathing room, or if it will be matched by continued bounce-back demand from those willing and able to move forward with their delayed home shopping plans. 

At the moment, given how low overall inventory is and how low mortgage rates have remained, there is a chance the U.S. will match or beat the record-low of 21 days to pending set in May 2018.

July 20, 2020

What Does The Real Estate Comeback Look Like on Oahu, Hawaii?

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Though COVID-19 hasn’t struck Oahu, Hawaii as hard as it has mainland, the real estate market has suffered. However, agents expect it to bounce back, and here’s how!

The closest thing Americans get to a tropical paradise is Hawaii. With its sandy beaches, friendly faces and beautiful waters, how could you not want to grab your own little piece of heaven? At the beginning of the year, there were billions of dollars flowing through the Hawaiian real estate market, but since COVID-19 continues to plague the United States, the market in Oahu has taken a hit. 

The question on many people’s lips is whether or not it’ll bounce back. In fact, as of June 24th, 49% of real estate agents say business is improving despite the current circumstances and 23% say things are holding steady. 

So, what can we expect for Oahu’s real estate market in the second half of the year? Let’s take a look!

Housing inventory in Oahu

If you were to look at 2018’s housing market, you’d notice that the number of single family homes that were being put on the market increased by 7.5% while the number of condos going on the market actually decreased by 7%. You would think that with more single-family homes being on the market, it would be easier to find affordable housing. That isn’t necessarily the case. 

Even though the interest rates are at an all time low, buyers are having a difficult time trying to purchase a house because inventory is low, therefore making it a seller’s market. Why, seller’s are often getting multiple offers on their property!

Low interest rates

With mortgage interest rates being so low, it would be an excellent time to refinance your house if you already have a mortgage. However, because of the rise of unemployment and large numbers of applicants requesting mortgage relief and forbearance, lenders are more hesitant to lend out money. Lending companies are increasing their qualification requirements and some people who may have been approved before the pandemic may not be approved now.

As a buyer, you need to keep an eye on your debt and your credit score. Try to keep your credit usage below 30% and always pay on time. By doing these things, you’re giving yourself a better chance of your application being approved. 

Decreased housing prices

June 2019 was a great year for Oahu’s real estate market. 327 houses were sold and the median price was a whopping $800,000. However, fast forward to June 2020, business wasn’t as good. Only 302 homes were sold (a 7.5% decline) but there was only a slight decline in price, the median being $770,000 (a 3% decline). 

The sad reality is, we don’t know what to expect going forward. Will people still be hesitant about putting their homes on the market out of fear of COVID? Will prices continue to drop due to economic struggles? No one knows. 

What we can say is that the market will continue to work in the seller’s favor. Sellers who have been toying with the idea of putting your house on the market for some reason or another, now may be the perfect time to do so. As more and more people (Americans and foreigners alike) decide to make Oahu their home, they’re going search for their dream home, get a mortgage while rates are low, and it’s possible that a bidding war could start on your home. 

Just remember, the coronavirus may have caused the country to come to a grinding stop, but people are always going to need housing - even if it that housing is a beach house!

July 16, 2020

The current real estate market

Here’s How Real Estate Is Making a Comeback Post COVID-19

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We are now in the second half of 2020 and months into the COVID-19 pandemic. Although many industries have had to pause or scale down operations, the real estate industry is still going strong. Despite the recession, housing prices in many areas have remained relatively stable, and in some markets, they are increasing.


Many experts agree that today’s housing market is going strong because lenders have tightened their lending standards after the 2008 housing crisis. Additionally, since the coronavirus pandemic is not caused by economic factors, its impact is not specific to the real estate sector.


Even with those positive facts, many property owners are asking whether they should sell there home during the corona virus pandemic or wait until things settle down. It’s an understandable question, however given the uncertainty in the world today, and the fact it is impossible to predict the duration of the pandemic, homeowners shouldn’t wait to sell their homes because of the pandemic.


Below is an overview of the current state of the housing market and the ways real estate professionals are transforming the industry.


In early to mid-April, the impact of the pandemic on the housing market peaked. 78% of agents reported that buyer activity had declined in their market, and 87% said that they saw buyers put their home searches on hold due to the virus.


Although this lack of demand would normally cause home prices to drop, many sellers pulled their listings from the market. 76% of agents reported that they have seen seller activity decline at the start of April and 66% had seen sellers take their homes off the market.


Since June however, 79% of agents reported that the market tipped in favor of sellers and that it is now business as usual in their market. Much of this success is because real estate agents are taking new approaches to selling property during the pandemic.


One of the most notable shifts real estate agents have made during the coronavirus pandemic is hosting virtual open houses . These involve real estate agents using web conferencing tools such as Zoom, Google Meet, and Facebook Live to livestream walkthroughs of homes to prospective buyers.


During these events, buyers can ask the agent questions and receive answers in real-time, and even request that they home in on specific areas or revisit a room. While many buyers require an in-person visit before making an offer, virtual showings enable sellers to limit in-person showings to serious buyers.


Lenders are also adapting to the pandemic by allowing buyers to use alternative appraisals to secure a mortgage. Rather than an appraiser conducing an in-person walkthrough of the seller’s home, they instead review tax and MLS records, along with other information to verify whether the home is priced fairly.


In some cases, the appraiser will drive by the property, have the homeowner conduct a walkthrough of the home via web conferencing software, and/or reference inspection reports that were prepared by others.

Feb. 8, 2020

Honolulu Hill Top Sanctuary

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Tantulus Honolulu Estate

Family compound with 9 lots totaling over 2 acres. Build homes for your children or just to sell. This property has been in the same family for 100+ years and is the first time being offered for sale to the public.

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Enjoy fresh cool mountain breezes, singing Hawaiian songbirds & views to die for of Diamond Head, Waikiki and the pacific ocean.

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A tranquil lush canopy-covered scenic road leads you to this hidden gem at the top of the Koolau Range. This listing includes 9 adjacent parcels with a 5br/3ba ocean view manor including a separate rental on first floor, and a 4 bedroom, 3 bath ocean view home with separate guest studio for rental income.

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Multiple rare Koa trees are located throughout the property. This is your chance to own 9 lots in Honolulu and build what ever you can dream of or a family compound for the kids.

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Feb. 8, 2020

Kailua Beachfront Home on Private Road

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Prime Kailua Beachfront home on one of the nicest private roads, fronting over 100 linear feet of one of the world’s top 10 rated beaches. This expansive multi family home features an indoor/outdoor floor plan with 7 bedrooms/5 baths & 2 kitchens with separate living areas. 5783 sqft of living area all on a large 32,934 sqft parcel. 


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May be able to subdivide into multiple lots and develop your own perfect paradise. Enjoy the big beachfront yard while others swim in the saltwater pool. 


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Go for a stroll on world-class 2.5 mile long Kailua beach and watch sea turtles and children frolic in the shore break. This is a rare opportunity to own this wonderful home on the windward side of Oahu.

Locals and celebrities love Kailua Beach, its ranked as one of the top 10 destinations to visit in Hawaii.

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Oct. 23, 2019

Top Ten Oahu Beaches


Hawaii is known for some of the most scenic beaches in the world. They contain different features that make each suited for specific activities. Some are known for water sports, while others for vacations and swimming. 

These are the top 10 beaches in Oahu, Hawaii.

1. Kailua Beach

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Characterized by light-colored sand and beautiful waves for sightseeing, Kailua beach is one of the best beaches to spend a family day out in Hawaii. There are various activities like surfing and beach volleyball that you can engage in while at the place. 

  1. Lanikai Beach

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Lanikai is one of the famous beaches in Hawaii. The picturesque beach has an offshore reef that ensures you can swim safely at any time of the year. Islands and bird sanctuaries surround it for the perfect adventures.

  1. Waikiki Beach

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Waikiki beach is a 2-mile stretch of sand with hotels in between, interconnected using boardwalks. This beach has calm waves that allow an array of activities: swimming, canoe racing, surfing, and several more.

  1. Waimanalo Bay Beach

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It is one of the longest beaches in Hawaii. Waimanalo beach is a popular destination for locals and for military vacations as well. The beach experience includes fun body surfing waves for begginers. You can still indulge in other activities like sunbathing, fishing, and beach walks.

  1. Sunset Beach

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Sunset is one of the best spots to take in sunlight while relaxing on the waters. Sunset beach, which positions at the North Shore of Oahu, is an excellent place for swimming and snorkeling in summer. It has a range of water sporting activities across the year.

  1. Sandy Beach

Sandy Beach forms one of the most popular beaches in Oahu, mostly for surfing and boarding. The vast stretch of the sand provides for great long walks and kite flying. Otherwise, you will not enjoy swimming due to the enormous waves.

  1. Ala Moana Beach Park

Ala Moana is the best place to go if you don’t like the crowds. An outer reef protects this human-made beach for calm waters throughout the year. You can use the beach for swimming lessons.

  1. Bellows Field Beach Park

Bellows is one of the best spots for families with young children due to the shallow waters. It is protected on the East to ensure calm waters for swimming. Team Gray advises that you wear protective clothing due to the presence of jellyfish in its waters.

  1. Kahana Bay Beach Park

While you might not enjoy swimming here due to murky and shallow waters, there are a lot of activities to engage in. You can relax on the sand or follow the unending hiking trails, or consider fishing and kayaking. 

  1. Pokai Bay

Located on the West side of Oahu, Pokai Bay is the place to head to whenever you wish to unwind in secluded areas. It has calm waters throughout the year, making it great for swimming.