Visiting Hawaii in April
Generally speaking, there is no bad time to visit Hawaii. The weather is pretty close to consistent year round, and each season brings very desirable things to the islands. Sure, there are certain times when it may be a bit more desirable to visit, but once you are here, you’re too busy enjoying paradise to worry about anything else.
The month of April is a great time to visit Hawaii, and there is so much going on, that your trip will be filled with things to do and see. April is considered an off-season month, meaning that flights are cheaper and hotels have lowered their rates due to the anticipation of fewer guests. This gives you more options and you may even be able to find a great deal on a room that you otherwise wouldn’t have considered.
Hawaii Tours and Activities are available and always include our low-price guarantee, and you will always pay the lowest price available. Since April is one of the months with a decrease in travelers, many of the most popular tours and activities have more open availability, and while we always recommend booking ahead, you may be able to find some flexibility with your dates, making your vacation stick to the schedule you want.
As far as the weather, which is the best weather on Earth, you can expect to have really great days in the mid to high 70s (F), with the occasional day getting as hot as the mid-80s (F). This weather creates absolutely amazing days, and the sun is shining, so you won’t be too hot during your activities, or while resting on the beach.
The surf has started to die down from the winter months, and North Shores are calmer, meaning you can actually enter the water. There may be the occasional swell that hits, but for the most part, we experience lighter surf that creates great waves for beginners to learn on, and intermediate surfers to hone their craft on.
Special events are always on the calendar, with many local concerts, art exhibits, and festivals taking place. The most important and locally celebrated is the Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo, taking place April 16-21. If you are visiting the Big Island, you will definitely want to take part in these festivities.
A trip to Hawaii is always a great time, and something that you can look forward to. If you are lucky enough to be visiting us in the next month, your trip is so close, and the excitement is surely about to overflow. Be sure to check back often for great travel tips and things to do, and make your vacation the best that it can be.
Due to the high volume of visitors traveling to Hawaii year round, our Hawaii tours and activities sell out quickly. In many cases, tours sell out weeks or months in advance. To ensure your spots on tour, we recommend reserving your tours today. Call our office or book online to take advantage of our low price guarantee today.