Best Time to Visit Hawaii

Top Times of Year to Travel to Hawaii for the best weather, lowest rates, top events, and fewest visitors

Best Time to Visit Hawaii

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Best Time to go to Hawaii?

When is best to Travel to Hawaii?

In general, for the best overall weather, lowest statewide rates, and fewest visitors on-island, the best time to visit Hawaii is:

  • April - an excellent month, but avoid holidays, when applicable
  • May - the best overall month for visitors, in our opinion. Great weather and good rates
  • September - excellent month, great weather, perfect time for those seeking fewer visitors
  • October - great month, excellent selection of local festivals & events
  • January - wetter than average, but an excellent time to go whale watching

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If you're considering visiting Hawaii in the coming months, then we've got you covered...

Below we'll go over the latest on each island's conditions, general weather expectations, our expected visitor demand, visitor trends, and much more.

Ultimately, in our honest opinion - there isn't an inopportune time to go to Hawaii. Visiting Hawaii is a dream come true for many visitors, and who can blame them? The weather is fantastic nearly year-round, there's something to do for everyone, and the food is phenomenal (try laulau, and malasadas, trust us!).

Despite the pandemic, most of the Hawaiian Islands, especially the outer islands, have fared relatively well thanks to the early and long-standing quarantine, testing, and former vaccination policies, which for most of 2021, and now the first part of 2022, have made Hawaii a safe destination to visit. Most importantly, the 'Safe Travels' program officially ended on March 26, 2022, for all domestic U.S. travelers! More information on current conditions can be found on our current Hawaii Travel Advisories & Restrictions page, which we update regularly.

Below we'll cover more details about what makes this a great time, or not, to visit the Aloha State.

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Hawaii Visitor Demand Forecast

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When are periods of High and Low Demand?

To assist visitors with visualizing the periods of high and low demand in Hawaii, we've created the following 2022 Hawaii Demand Forecast. We'll also specifically discuss visiting during each month of the year in more detail below. You can also now check out our 2023 Hawaii Demand Forecast to get an overview of what we expect in terms of high/low visitation periods next year.

These charts are an approximate overview of when we expect Hawaii to see increased visitation on-island, based on travel trends in Hawaii over the last several years (excluding 2020), and in consideration of recent events within Hawaii.

2022 Pandemic Update: Please be aware that the COVID-19 pandemic created significant alterations to our forecasts over the last three years. Please see the pandemic updates section below for more information on what we expect in the future from the ongoing pandemic as it relates to Hawaii tourism.

How the Pandemic + Energy costs have changed things...

Updated Visitor Demand & Future Expectations

As we noted above, the pandemic significantly upended the tourism industry and altered our forecast for much of the past two-three years. But there's good news; the 'Safe Travels' program, which began March 26, 2020, and all related travel restrictions for domestic travelers has concluded as of March 26, 2022; two years to the day that Hawaii travel restrictions began!

What to Expect in 2022-2023

Truthfully, historical trends likely won't mean as much as they did before the pandemic in the near term. Despite the summer surges in Hawaii travel over the last two years, we still expect the tourism industry, as a whole, to take several years to fully recover from the effects of the pandemic. Many forecasts show it will be 2024, or later, before Hawaii see's anything like the total 2019 visitation numbers again. Additionally, the crisis in Ukraine & Europe will likely cause additional disruption to Hawaii as energy prices soar. 

Price increases will impact flight costs, the costs associated with rental vehicles (Turo or standard rental agency), and potentially impact accomodation rates due to increases in local electricity costs (Hawaii still generates a significant amount of its electricity from petroleum fuels). As Canary Media notes, "Hawaii imports all of its oil, much of it from Russia itself." 

Additionally, the U.S. Energy Information Administration succinctly notes, ​"Isolated by the Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is the most petroleum-dependent U.S. state." More information on the impacts to Hawaii here.

Many small businesses and restaurants previously had struggled to stay afloat during the multi-month quarantine period when visitor arrivals dropped by upwards of 95% year-over-year. That will mean ongoing changes to the activity/tour, dining, and lodging/accommodation industries statewide. We'll keep you posted... this article will be updated accordingly as things change.

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Calculator Overview

This calculator is designed to provide both a comprehensive and regularly updated budget estimate for planning a trip to Hawaii. Currently, rates are applicable for 2022-2023. Generally, these rates should provide a good estimate for any time period between 2022-2024.

This budget tool considers all of the following:
  • Hawaii Flight Costs including airfare from various destinations, baggage fees, etc.
  • Hawaii Accommodation Costs including different lodging types, Hawaii's now roughly 18% accommodation tax, parking fees (if applicable), which island you're staying on, etc.
  • Hawaii Vehicle Rental Costs including various types of vehicles, fuel costs, and number of miles driven daily.
  • Additional Costs including dining + gratuity, visitor fees to parks, etc., and Hawaii Tours and Activity costs.

Hawaii Flight Costs

First, consider your flight costs to Hawaii. Select your departure location, update the number of travelers (if applicable), and check whether you expect to pay baggage fees, below.


Hawaii Accommodation Costs

Next, let us know which island you'll be visiting (select the primary island if you're visiting more than one), select a lodging type/classification, update the number of nights (default is set to a week), update the number or rooms (if applicable), and check whether you expect to pay parking fees (common in more densely populated areas on Oahu and/or Maui).



Hawaii Car Rental Costs

Now, let's consider your vehicle rental costs (if applicable). If you're not renting a car, select 'No Car,' but for most visitors, we highly recommend a rental. Update the number of days (which will default to +1 day more than you selected in accommodation nights) and choose an estimate for your mileage each day. If you're not sure, we recommend you leave the default option selected.


If you select 'No Car' this will be zeroed out by default!















Other Hawaii Costs

Finally, consider a few last potential costs and fees for your trip. There's dining (we've included gratuity in the estimates), and we've selected all three meal options by default. Then, there are potential fees for parks and other attractions, which are a relatively new factor to now consider when estimating a Hawaii budget; select the applicable options below. Finally, select the amount, if any, you expect to spend on Hawaii Tours and/or commercial Activities. Be sure to update the number of people dining and people the fees/tours apply to if applicable; these numbers will default to the same number of people you selected previously for this trip estimate.













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Hawaii Hotel Rates

Average Accommodation Prices

As is to be expected, when more people are 'on-island' visiting the Hawaiian Islands - accommodation, rental, and flight costs will increase as well. To avoid the crowds and keep rates lower, you can always try visiting during non-peak visitation periods (i.e.; holidays and summer months are high-demand time periods). When preparing for your trip, the following graphic should help provide a general idea of the average rates during different times of the year. These rates fluctuate by island, but these figures still allow you to prepare accordingly.

The rates on the charts seen here are from a couple of years ago and will be updated once things settle from the pandemic, but generally should provide a good overview of pricing during various times of the year. Check out our new Hawaii Trip Cost Calculator tool for a more accurate estimate of exactly how much you can expect to spend on a Hawaii trip in 2022 - 2023.

Generally, Oahu accommodation prices have remained fairly consistent with 2019 rates heading into the summer of 2022, but the outer-islands have seen rate increases of 20-45% over 2019 prices.

Hawaii Statewide Average Hotel Price Chart

Hawaii Statewide Average Hotel Price Chart

Hotel Rates Statewide & By Island

Hotel Rates Statewide & By Island

'Best Time to/for...' Hawaii FAQ

Seasonal Events, When to Book, Finding the Best Rates, & more...

Best Time for Good Weather?

While Hawaii is a great destination year-round, the best opportunity for good weather exists during April, May, September, and October. As the tradewinds pick up over the winter months, so do the showers, and surf swells, particularly on the north/northeast (windward) shores of each island. The weather is warm year-round, with average highs in the winter of 78-82ºF (26-28ºC) and 83-88ºF (29-31ºC) in the summer months. Learn more about Hawaii weather.

Best Time to avoid crowds?

Hawaii has visitors during all months of the year, but typically, if you want to avoid the crowds, visit in either November (excluding Thanksgiving) or May for the quietest scene on the islands. Additionally, the first week of June, most of April (excluding ‘Golden Week’ and Easter), and much of September or October are great times to avoid the majority of visitors. Learn more about When to Travel to Hawaii.

Best Time to Book Hawaii Hotels?

As a rule of thumb, book early - no later than 2-3 months before you go! It's not uncommon for the Best Accommodations in Hawaii to get booked quickly, especially during the summer months over holidays. If you are planning to visit in either July or August and especially if you’re planning a visit around the Christmas/New Year’s holiday in late December, then we’d advise booking 4-6 months in advance to ensure you can reserve the room(s) you want. Be sure to check our Hotel Rates for the best prices and to compare all the top travel sites in one quick search.

Best Time to purchase Hawaii Airline Tickets?

As with accommodations, it’s best to typically book earlier than later. The best prices for Hawaii flights can vary dramatically throughout the year, depending on a variety of factors. Generally speaking, to find the best rates, we advise visitors to start searching for flights four months before your trip and to book no later than one month before your planned departure. Using this approach should provide you the best opportunity to find a good deal. If you are planning a visit during Thanksgiving, Christmas, or another holiday, we’d advise you book much earlier, as far in advance as possible to ensure the best price for what will undoubtedly be high-demand tickets during those peak periods.

Best Time to Find Deals & Discounts?

If you’re searching for the best rates when visiting Hawaii, we’d advise you to start your search for flights that arrive/depart in the middle of the week. Flying during the middle of the week will save you a lot of money, especially when flying from geographically further away. Generally, the most affordable rates for both flights and hotels in Hawaii will be primarily during the fall and somewhat so during the spring.

For accommodations, the months of September through November (sometimes into early December) offer the best hotel deals, again excluding Thanksgiving. In the spring, the best accommodation rates can be found from late March until early June (excluding the Easter holiday and Japan’s ‘Golden Week,’ in April).

For tours and activities, while many deals and specials will be ‘last-minute’ - the best discounts and specials run during the summer months (late May - July). Sign up for our Hawaii eNewsletter, a bi-weekly email containing travel tips, to also receive exclusive Hawaii discounts, deals, specials, and other promotional offers.

Best Time for Snorkeling, Swimming, and Diving?

Hawaii offers fantastic snorkeling, diving, and swimming opportunities for much of the year, but the best times are the summer months. During this period the surf will be less intense than during the winter, the water will be warmer, and the weather more cooperative - creating the perfect conditions for exploring in the water around the islands.

In our opinion, Maui snorkeling is the best you'll find in the entire state, followed by snorkeling on the Big Island. Both islands offer great snorkeling locations largely protected from surf and tradewinds on the leeward side of each island.

Best Time to ski or snowboard?

This isn’t a typo; you can ski and snowboard in Hawaii - though conditions will have to be just right. Mauna Kea, on the Big Island, means ‘white mountain’ in Hawaiian and its peaks are frequently found blanketed with a layer of snow. To provide yourself the best opportunity to partake in this winter sport, visit during February or March. Be sure to prepare accordingly, as there are limited facilities and you will need a 4x4 vehicle to reach the summit.

Best Time to take a cruise to/around Hawaii?

The best time to find a good bargain on cruises, including inter-island cruises, will be late November through mid-December. The best time for selection of boats will be in the spring (April/May) and fall (late August-October). Winter months are often more expensive (due to increased visitation), and typically wetter - but do offer the opportunity for whale watching (late November through early April).

Best Time to go Whale Watching?

Each winter, Humpback Whales migrate from Alaska to the warm waters surrounding Hawaii to mate and give birth to their calves. The best opportunities for whale watching will be from late November through mid-April; February and March often provide the best opportunities for sightings.

Best Time to get married/have a destination wedding?

As noted in the weather question, to avoid the wettest weather, try and plan your wedding for the summer months; anytime from late April until late October is usually a pretty safe bet. The middle of the summer will be warmer but is also typically the driest. Hurricane season runs from June through November as well, but storms are historically rare events. Ultimately, all factors considered - the best month for a destination wedding in Hawaii is in May.

Best Time for Hiking?

Hawaii offers some of the best hiking in the world if we may say so ourselves; a hiker could probably traverse Kauai’s trails alone for years and never get bored. As with most things in Hawaii, the hiking is excellent year-round, but the best months for hitting the trails are during the late spring and early fall (April, May, September, and October). The weather will be drier during these months, as well as throughout the entire summer, but unlike the summer, these spring/fall months will also be cooler. Be sure to take plenty of water and sunscreen before you head out, as the UV is very high in Hawaii year-round. If you hike during the winter months, be prepared for showers and trail conditions to potentially be messier / less maintained.

Best Time to visit Kilauea Volcano or go stargazing on Mauna Kea?

The Big Island’s Kilauea volcano erupted continuously from 1983 until 2018 and has now been erupting again since the fall of 2021, sometimes more spectacularly than at other times. While there isn’t a ‘best time’ to witness something controlled by geologic forces, especially given the unpredictable nature of the volcano; if you’re planning to hike around the volcano or within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, we’d advise the same as we did in our hiking question - visit during the spring or fall when it’s not at hot, and the weather will be cooperative. The summer will often be too warm to hike anywhere near the older black lava flows.

On the other hand, if you’re heading to the summit of Mauna Kea for some stargazing, then the summer months are best due to the same warmer temperatures. The peaks of Mauna Kea can become downright frigid at night, especially during the winter months. Remember, a full moon will offer the best opportunities for clear stargazing, and be sure to prepare accordingly before heading to the summit.

Best Time to go Fishing?

Fishing is another activity that can be partaken year-round, as different species of fish will bite at different times of the year and off the coast of each unique island. Summer tends to be one of the most popular periods for fishing - offering marlin (blue and yellowfin), skipjack, and ono. Fall and spring both offer good marlin and mahi-mahi fishing. Winter months are best for catching snapper, skipjack, tuna, and striped marlin. If you're visiting Maui, we recommend Fish Maui.

Best Time to Surf, Bodyboard, or Paddleboard(SUP)?

The best time for water activities like surfing and bodyboarding will be during the winter months. The biggest waves, for professionals, will be on the north shore. For the rest of us non-pros, the south coast is best during the winter. During the summer and fall (May - September), the waves will be calmer on the north shore of each island - so all skill levels can partake.

For other water sports like paddleboarding, we like the spring and fall the best, but this again can be a year-round activity if you select the right location(s) based on the time of year you visit. If you're visiting Oahu, we highly recommend Mahina Hawaii.

Best Time for local festivals and events?

The best time to visit for island festivals and events depends on what you're looking for during your visit. 'Merrie Monarch,' also known as the Olympics of Hula, is held in Hilo on the Big Island every April. Over on Oahu, you can catch the 'Waikiki Spam Jam,' also usually held in April. The 'Aloha Festivals' takes place on all the islands each year in late September.

King Kamehameha Day (June 11) and Lei Day (May 1) also both offer various festivities, including impressive lei draping ceremonies of the King Kamehameha Statutes on both the Big Island and Oahu. Check our Hawaii events page for more information on what might be taking place during your visit.

Hawaii Airline Flight Times

Hawaii Flight Times

Airline Costs & Flight Rates for 2022-2023

Due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine in the spring of 2022, serious price increases are likely to continue with airfare in the weeks and months ahead. Energy and fuel prices are spiking and we believe this will certainly impact Hawaii travel in 2022 and potentially beyond. As you've likely seen in the news, numerous flight cancellations have been another issue travelers are currently dealing with.

This section will continue to be updated once more information is available, and the airline industry has had a chance to return to some sense of normalcy.

Hawaii Weather

What to Expect - Rain & Temperatures

Hawaii Weather Summary

High/Low Temperatures & Monthly Precipitation
Hawaii Island Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Statewide
80/65°F
4.5"
80/65°F
3.5"
80/66°F
4.2"
81/68°F
3.7"
83/69°F
2.6"
85/71°F
2.0"
85/72°F
2.9"
86/72°F
2.7"
86/72°F
2.7"
85/71°F
3.5"
83/69°F
4.4"
81/67°F
4.5"
Oahu
80/66°F
2.7"
81/65°F
2.3"
82/67°F
1.9"
83/68°F
1.1"
85/70°F
0.8"
87/72°F
0.4"
88/74°F
0.5"
89/75°F
0.4"
89/74°F
0.7"
87/73°F
2.1"
84/71°F
2.2"
82/68°F
2.8"
Maui
80/63°F
3.7"
81/63°F
2.3"
81/65°F
2.3"
83/66°F
1.7"
84/67°F
0.6"
86/69°F
0.2"
87/71°F
0.5"
88/71°F
0.5"
88/70°F
0.4"
87/69°F
1.1"
84/68°F
2.1"
82/65°F
3.1"
Kauai
78/65°F
4.5"
78/66°F
3.2"
78/67°F
3.5"
79/69°F
3.0"
81/70°F
2.8"
83/73°F
1.8"
84/74°F
2.1"
85/74°F
1.9"
85/74°F
2.6"
83/73°F
4.2"
81/71°F
4.7"
79/68°F
4.7"
Big Island (Kona)
81/66°F
1.7"
81/66°F
0.9"
82/67°F
1.1"
83/69°F
0.5"
84/70°F
0.6"
85/72°F
0.4"
86/73°F
0.6"
87/73°F
0.8"
86/73°F
0.7"
86/72°F
0.6"
84/70°F
0.9"
82/68°F
1.8"
Big Island (Hilo)
79/64°F
9.8"
79/64°F
9.0"
79/65°F
12.1"
79/66°F
12.4"
81/67°F
8.0"
82/68°F
7.6"
82/69°F
10.8"
83/69°F
9.8"
83/69°F
9.1"
83/69°F
9.7"
81/67°F
12.1"
79/65°F
10.3"

*Climate Notes: Weather and Climate numbers are aggregated from trusted weather sources providing the monthly temperature and precipitation figures for each island's primary airport. These airports collectively provide a solid statewide estimate of weather conditions, but should not be taken as a "whole-island" forecast. Weather conditions can change dramatically within Hawaii and on each island due to the diverse topography, changes in elevation, the trade winds, and other unique island conditions. Temperatures are provided in Fahrenheit and Precipitation in Inches. Travelers can additionally view more information about each island: Kauai | Oahu | Maui | Big Island

Hawaii Statewide Weather

Hawaii Statewide Weather (click to enlarge)

Hawaii weather can often be about as sporadic as it gets, and as such, forecasting the weather on Hawaii can be both daunting and confusing to first-time visitors. 

The tropical climate makes you quickly realize, 'this isn't the mainland,' and the environment takes some getting used to.

We encourage all visitors to check out our Hawaii Weather page, but here are a few quick pointers on Hawaii's weather to summarize:

  • Read up on the forecasts at the University of Hawaii Weather before you visit and during your stay, as they have the best and most accurate estimates on the islands.
  • Don't listen to the Weather Channel or watch the NOAA forecast graphs, of course, they'll predict rain - it technically rains almost every day in Hawaii... for about 10 minutes at a time.
  • The only time it's really wet in Hawaii for a prolonged time is during the winter months, usually from November until March. But it's not a wash by any means.
  • Temperatures at sea level usually run about 76-85 °F (24-29 °C) all year-round. Temperatures at night are typically 12-18 °F (3-4 °C) cooler, but this can change dramatically depending on your altitude.
  • Speaking of altitude, if you're planning to go up to higher elevations on either Maui or the Big Island, bring a small coat and long convertible pants. It can get very cold at the summit of the larger volcanoes!
  • Hurricanes in Hawaii are historically rare events, but the last few seasons have seen increased tropical activity, and several tropical storms come close to the islands. If you're visiting during Hurricane Season (June 1 - November 30th in the Central Pacific), then we advise you keep an eye on the tropics before your visit. Visitors may want to bookmark the Central Pacific Hurricane Center website for future reference.

 Ultimately, don't fret about the weather, it's Hawaii! Showers are typically short-lived and sporadic, and the temperature is almost always just right.

Hawaiian Island Updates

Things to know for each island

When planning your trip, there are a few things to keep in mind for each Hawaiian island, in addition to our Hawaii Essential Things to Know. Below we've made note of the most significant events and/or dates that may affect each island during your visit.

Best time to Visit Kauai

The best months to visit Kauai are in April, May, August, September, or OctoberThe weather on Kauai is consistently warm (highs in the mid-70's to mid-80's °F [24-29 °C]) year-round and visitors will enjoy the driest weather on the south shore and western portions of the island. Annual events include the May Day Festival (May) and Eo E Emalani I Alakai Festival (October) and the Chocolate & Coffee Festival (October).

For more information, be sure to read our Best Time to Visit Kauai article.

Best time to Visit Oahu

Oahu is a great island to visit at any time of the year. Still, if you especially want to dodge the crowds (on this most populous Hawaiian Island) - then the best months to visit Oahu are in May or later in the Fall (September and October are both great choices). Both times offer better rates on the island but still have fantastic weather conditions. Also, be sure to note that the last week of April is also 'Golden Week' in Japan - which can generate a large influx of Japanese visitors during that period. Other annual events on Oahu that draw international crowds include the Honolulu Marathon (December) and the Hawaii International Film Festival (October). 

For more information, be sure to read our Best Time to Visit Oahu article.

Best time to Visit Maui

The best months to visit Maui are in April, May, September, or October. If you’re visiting for whale watching, February is a good choice for peak season activity. Travelers looking for the best deals on Maui accommodations should also seek out travel periods in the spring and fall, as they will be the cheapest months to visit due to decreased demand. As far as events, Whale watching increases visitation starting in November and continues until the spring. Weatherwise, Maui temperatures remain consistently warm with daytime highs in the 75-85 °F [24-29 °C] range during the summer and winter, respectively. If you're heading to the summit of Haleakala, be sure to bundle up accordingly as it gets quite cold atop the volcano. 

For more information, be sure to read our Best Time to Visit Maui article.

Best time to Visit Big Island

The best months to visit the Big Island are May, August, or September for the best combination of great weather, low rates, and fewer visitors. Weather on the Big Island, like the other islands, stays consistently warm year-round. The main thing to note weather-wise is the differences between the Hilo (wetter and cooler eastern windward side) and Kailua-Kona (drier and warmer western leeward side). Annual events that generate an influx of visitors are the Merrie Monarch Festival (around Easter Sunday) and the Ironman competition (Kona side, typically in October). 

For more information, be sure to read our Best Time to Visit the Big Island of Hawaii article.

Monthly Visitors by Hawaii Island

Monthly Visitors by Hawaii Island

In summary, as you prepare for your trip - remember to check local calendars for events, review the status of the parks and locations you'd like to visit, prepare and pack the proper travel supplies for the island(s) you're visiting, and make sure not to worry too much about the weather; Hawaii is known as "paradise" for a good reason.

Ultimately, the Best Time to visit Hawaii is when you choose to go! If you still can't decide exactly when to go, no problem - try our quiz linked below, and we'll suggest four months we think are best for you. We hope you have a great trip! Aloha!

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Akaka Falls on the Big Island of Hawaii

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