What is the best time of year to visit the Hawaiian islands? Why?
Everytime that I've been, it's around May. Before summer, to avoid the crowds and it tends to be a little hotter from June through late August.
As I am working with Star Taxis UK, My experience says Spring is the best time to visit Hawaiian Islands, because of
1. Less rain
2. Best time to find good travel bargains
3. Lodging prices drop as a result of "high season" ending.
4. Japanese visitors will arrive due to the "Golden Week" holiday in Japan.
Have a good journey...
The Hawaiian Islands are amazing year round, however late spring is one of the best times to visit the Islands to witness the Lantern Floating, see the sunrise at Haleakala summit, and be amazed by the Lahaina noon (no-shade day). You can find lots of great seasonal experiences and weather information to choose the best time to visit Hawaii on rove.me: https://rove.me/to/hawaii
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