The best time to visit Hawaii is when the weather is good. However, most people don’t check the weather when planning for a vacation to Hawaii. If you want to save money, you should come during the off-season. During the off-season, the hotel will reduce the room rate. The off-season is from April to June. The amount of tourists that visit during September to December is significantly lesser. In the final week of April, there will be lots of Japanese tourists visiting the island because it is a Japanese holiday. You should avoid the peak season if you want your vacation to be cheap.

Hawaii has two seasons, which is summer and winter. The summer season takes place from April to October while the winter season takes place from November to March. Certain parts of the island experience rain almost everyday. The rain will usually not last longer than 3 consecutive days. The temperature in summer is about 85 F. During the winter, the temperature is about 75 F. At night, the temperature is much colder. The average temperature at night is about 10 F. Different parts of the islands have different temperatures. In some parts of the island, the temperature is warmer.

In Hawaii, every island has a side that is not blown by the wind. There is also a windward side, which receives the wind regularly. The place that receives the highest amount of rainfall is Mount Waialeale in Kauai. Waimea Canyon seldom receives rainfall so it is very dry. Hilo in Big Island receives as much as 180 inches of rainfall per year. Puako, which is located about 60 miles away, receives only 6 inches of rainfall per year. Since Hawaii is a tropical island, the weather can suddenly change and become violent at anytime. For example, in 1992, the Hurricane Iniki came and destroyed the whole area of Kauai. Oahu also has experienced tsunami several times. It is best that you go to beach such as Waikiki Beach, Kona Kohala Coast, Poipu Beach and etc. These beaches receive sun throughout the year.

During public holiday, many people will take vacations to Hawaii. All the government offices in Hawaii will not be open on the federal public holidays. Some of the public holidays in Hawaii include Prince Kuhio Day, King Kamehameha Day, Admissions Day, Father Damien’s Day, Samoan Flag Day and Aloha Festivals. If you travel during the public holiday period, the hotels and restaurants will be fully booked. The cost of car rental and accommodation will be high.