When is the best time to go Hawaii?


Hawaii is a 2000 mile away from the U.S. mainland and is one of the states of America. It is located in Pacific Ocean. The greatest season to visit Hawaii seems to be between March and September, when there is the lowest rain and the maximum temperatures. This is the ideal time to visit the beaches. However, Hawaii's year-round mild weather makes it an excellent vacation at any season of the year, with agreeable temperatures ranging from 23°C to 30°C. During the remainder of the year, it's drier and slightly colder, especially at elevation. However, you may be able to view a tropical beach with a winter weather volcano in the background. There are fewer tourists from October to November, giving the islands a more serene vibe, while the ocean surges from January to March bring experienced surfers in quest of massive waves. Let’s have a quick glimpse of Hawaii weather to understand when is the best time to go Hawaii?

Detailed travel guide to Hawaii
•    January: Outside of New Year's Day, January is a month when the crowds have dissipated following Christmas. Visitors flying in from the mainland to escape the winter are still flocking to the island.
•    February: Since Hawaii is in the route of the prevailing winds, it is usually stormy. However, the winds might diminish in the winter, resulting in calm days suitable for enjoying a helicopter ride above the volcanic terrain.
•    March: Although the temperature begins to climb, March is still susceptible to the occurrence of winter storms, and it retains the distinction of the wettest month with November. Bringing a raincoat and scheduling activities during rains will pay off.
•    April: In April, the weather warms up significantly; although you might have required a cardigan in the nights in March, you can typically get away with short sleeves for the rest of the month. The vegetation has a tropical feel to it, with wild flower displays dotting the slopes.
•    May: May is a fantastic month for adventures on and around the water. The water is calmed, and the sea surface temperatures are increasing, but there's still a real kick if you want to start to surf or ride out the storm off Oahu's famous North Shore without endangering your life.
•    June: The sunlight is directly overhead, bringing dry, scorching weather and the year's lowest rainfall.
•    July – August: Tourists from the continental United States rush to the island throughout the summer months, making it busier around the archipelago. The surf action is moving south of the islands, while snorkelers and swimmers are flocking to the northern coasts.
•    September: As the number of tourists decreases, the islands have more breathing room. This, along with moderate temperatures and calm waters, makes September a popular option among insiders.
•    October: Although the temperatures are still pleasant and the sun is shining, there's always the chance of an early rainstorm and rougher seas.
•    November: November, which is tied for the wettest month with March, is a bit of a gamble, but it still has its fair amount of bright days mixed in with showers and overcast.
•    December: The dolphin season in Hawaii begins in December, and visitors get an opportunity to see humpback whales off the coast. On land, there are no crowds until the Christmas season, the weather is pleasant and dry, and the islands have a festive atmosphere.

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