Hawaii holidays are a trip of a lifetime so be sure to make the most of your time here when you visit in 2012. Many holiday-makers don’t go to Hawaii when the weather is at its best on the islands and generally visit during the high season. This is when prices are high and resorts are often overbooked to capacity, for example from mid-December through to mid-April. Hawaii holidays taken during this period can be expensive and over-crowded so expect to pay more for things like accommodation, flights and care rentals etc. Therefore your Hawaii holidays need to be booked well in advance in order for you to be able to make the most of your trip.
However if you are quite flexible with your dates and are looking for the best rates then Hawaii holidays taken in spring (mid April to mid June) and in autumn (September to mid December) could be beneficial and much more cheaper. The off season ironically is when Hawaii experiences the best weather hence making it even more worth your while. Hawaii holidays during off season allow you to avoid the crowds, save money as well as take advantage of the best packages around on the market.
Make the most of your Hawaii holidays by understanding about the climate too. As Hawaii lies at the edge of the tropical zone, it has two seasons. The dry season occurs from April to October and the rainy season is from November to March. Although the year -round temperatures don’t change much, be aware that Hawaii is full of different microclimates. This means that the weather and temperature can change quite significantly depending on the different regions. For example Hawaii holidays in Hilo (Big Island) can experience up to 180 inches of rain a year whereas Hawaii holidays taken in Puako (only 60 miles away) will merely see 6 inches of rain a year.
Although Hawaii is home to a variety of different climates, only on very rare occasions is the weather disastrous. Hawaii is known for its hurricanes and tsunamis however both of these are extreme exceptions. Therefore you can expect plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures day after day to make your holiday relaxing and enjoyable.
So don’t return from your Hawaii holidays with regrets, brush up your knowledge about the islands and with these simple tips you too will be able to make the most of your Hawaii holidays in 2012.
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