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Hawaii is not only rich in natural beauty but is also steeped in spectacular history, making it a superb destination to explore. Most visitors tend to be drawn to the sun and balmy beaches on their arrival and you will not be disappointed. Waikiki is a beautiful stretch of the oceanfront and is considered to be the most popular tourist attraction, offering visitors a vibrant experience with loads of exciting nightlife and entertainment too. The shoreline of Oahu is certainly a main attraction in its own right, drawing not only beach-goers but surfers to the north shores for some sun, sand and surf. With many resorts on any one of the spectacular islands to choose from and the lively nightlife and good cuisine found in most regions, relaxation is not hard to find on the Big Island.

Other renowned attractions include the Diamond Head Crater; Hilo, which has been dubbed ‘Hawaii’s forgotten city’; the award-winning Waikiki Aquarium in Honolulu; The Polynesian Cultural Centre; the USS Arizona Memorial; and The Haleakala National Park. With so much to choose from and an array of tastes catered to, visitors will leave more than satisfied and with the plan of a possible return visit in the works!

Climate in Hawaii

The climate of Hawaii is more subtropical than tropical, due to the fact that the sea surrounding the islands has a moderating effect. Weather conditions tend to be fairly consistent, with little temperature variation. There are two seasons, neither of which is particularly extreme. Summer (May to October) has pleasant temperatures and humidity is low, with the average highs of 82°F (28°C). Winter (November to April) has temperatures that rarely fall below 65°F (18°C).

So don’t delay, call Mint Holidays on 01282 930295 to book your holiday in Hawaii today!