If you’re planning a trip to visit Hawaii, then congratulations! Hawaii is one of the most popular places to visit in the world, and for a good reason. Hawaii is made up of six primary islands, each with its own landscape, climate, and personality. And it doesn’t matter who’s going with you, for Hawaii has activities that the whole family or group of friends will love.
Whether you’re looking for exciting activities or a relaxing and peaceful vacation, you’ll be able to find it in Hawaii. But if this is your first time visiting Hawaii, you’ll probably have some questions. No worries! Read this article and find out what to expect from your first-ever trip to Hawaii.
So, which of the six main islands in Hawaii should you choose? And what should you expect once you get there? Well, we’ve already established that every island is distinct, so you’ll have to choose based on personal preference which one is right for you.
Once you choose which island you would like to go to, it is recommended to look into purchasing one of the many Hawaii Vacation Packages available, as it will take a lot of the stress out of planning the whole trip by yourself.
In the meantime, to help you out, here’s a list of islands along with what most stands out about each one:
The best time to visit Hawaii is from May to June or September to October. Hawaii has two seasons, a wet and dry season. It tends to rain more from November to March and is drier from June to September, although, keep in mind that it will rain during the dry months as well in some areas. Similarly, there are plenty of sunny days during the wet season, so you really can’t go wrong.
The main reason that you should go during these two “shoulder” seasons is that it’s not during peak tourist time, so you’ll be able to save money and relax more. Since Hawaii is part of the United States, the worst time to visit is during school vacations in the US; think Christmas, Easter, and summer.
What can you expect in Hawaii?
That all sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? You’ve taken the first step in deciding that you want to travel to Hawaii. And you know know that Hawaii has something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing, tranquil vacation, sports, wildlife or total luxury, you can find it on one of Hawaii’s six main islands. Now it’s time to purchase your tickets, plan your itinerary, pack your bags, and go! Aloha!
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jennifer Anders is a freelance travel writer who enjoys
exploring off-the-beaten-path locations around the world.
She loves hiking national parks and photographing wildlife.
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