Hello everybody we know that we talked before on Hawaii in the article “Best places to visit in Hawaii and Best time to travel there” but these islands deserves to speak about more and more in favour of its magical effect on anyone have been there.
Hawaii is the most beautiful state in the United States and the most attractive to tourists, famous for its beautiful beaches surrounding the Pacific Ocean and the wonderful atmosphere and beaches are one of the most beautiful residential beaches in the world along with the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Canary Islands, Malaysia and others like we mentioned before in our *articles “Best time and places to visit in Srilanka” “Best time and places to visit in Maldives”. Where tourism and fishing are key entry points for the population.
However, it differs from region to region according to location, terrain and wind direction. Rain is plentiful and falls most days of the year with precipitation intensity in November and April.
Hawaii has long been one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States, with miles of tropical beaches along emerald green waters and a variety of other natural wonders, from active volcanoes to seaside lava beds and blowholes. Hawaii is a great spot for anyone who loves the ocean, with spectacular surf and ample fishing and snorkeling opportunities. To make the most of your stay in Hawaii, timing is critical.
Hawaii consists of 23 islands, the largest of which are the Hawaiian Islands, Maui, Oahu, the capital, Malakas, Lana, Nih?o and Kahawalui. The land is composed of volcanic mountain peaks, sunken by the western side of this island group, From 13,000 feet on the island of Hawaii, where the summit of Munalwa, a volcanic summit is renewed volcano eruption.
– And now we are going to be more specified and divide the best time to visit Hawaii into categories as follows:
Summer is the busiest time of year for most vacation destinations, and Hawaii certainly is no exception. But summer also happens to be when the weather in Hawaii is at its best, and all the attractions and tours are open. To make the most of a summer vacation in Hawaii, try to travel in the early part of the season, from mid-June through mid-July, when summer school typically is in session. Avoid holidays like the Fourth of July, and pick weekdays to tour popular attractions like Pearl Harbor on Oahu or the Road to Hana on Maui.
2-Escaping the Cold:
Hawaii has great weather, year-round, and while November through March is Hawaii’s so-called “rainy season,” showers rarely last more than a few hours before the sun returns to the skies — which makes Hawaii a great vacation spot for visitors from the northern parts of the United States eager to escape the cold and snow. Daytime temperatures are generally in the mid 60s F. Traveling to Hawaii during the winter also lets you escape the crowds that descend on the islands each summer, although the state’s popularity as a winter getaway also has seen prices rise to near-summer levels at resorts, hotels and even rent-a-car agencies.
Once school starts again, the crowds thin out, and Hawaiian vacations after Labor Day through September, October and even November offer visitors the rare opportunity to tour the islands without having to endure long lines at popular attractions and traffic jams on the Road to Hana and other popular drives. The best travel bargains also are typically found in the fall.
Springtime in Hawaii is even less crowded than fall, and visitors get the added bonus of watching the island’s vegetation spring to life in colorful bursts of bloom. April and May are something of a tourists’ no-man’s land in Hawaii — the visitors who come to Hawaii to escape the chill winters of their hometowns have left, while the families with school-age kids have yet to arrive. Like fall, spring also offers plenty of travel bargains and discounts. The tourism industry, after all, lives and breathes by the law of supply and demand.
According to the Perfect Hawaiian Vacation, the islands are overrun with tourists the last week in April and early May, “Golden Week” in Japan, when most businesses are closed and travelers from Japan head in droves to Hawaii. If the Pro Bowl is played in Oahu, as it often is, another bad time to visit is that week, after the Super Bowl. Other bad times: in early December, when Oahu hosts the Honolulu Marathon, and early October, when the Big Island hosts the Ironman Triathlon World Championships in Kona.
This a brief about Hawaii climate hope that we were useful and helpful to you bye 🙂