Dating hawaiian islands
Surf is at its lowest during the summer, and the rain clouds are few and far between, except on the windward coast.Note the difference in flow rates at Rainbow Falls (above), located on the Big Island, between summer (left) and winter (right).Let's take a closer look at each of the seasons in Hawaii.Less rain starts to fall on the islands as the trade winds die down to their summer levels, making this an ideal time to visit. The weather is almost always perfect, and, in general, this is the best time to find good bargain travel activities.
The last week of April and the first week of May are often a time when most Japanese visitors will arrive due to the "Golden Week" holiday in Japan.The most notable impact this will have for most visitors, other than noticing the more 'crowded' feeling, is the financial costs that come with visiting during peak visitation periods (i.e.; holidays and summer months).Hotel and other accommodation rates, will alternatively tend to fall - sometimes dramatically - during periods of low visitation.To us, this makes sense because this is when most families visit the island, as their children are out of school.The same is true for local children on the island; this is their summer, and they often frequent the same beaches, trails, and places you'll be visiting, too.