ALOHA is a word that conveys deep feelings and emotions. It can mean ‘greetings’ or ‘goodbye’ in addition to ‘love’, ‘compassion’, ‘loved one’ and ‘to love’. It is the perfect word to describe Hawaii’s six unique islands all of which offer distinct experiences. Hawaii’s diverse natural scenery, warm tropical climate, white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, active volcanoes, history and unique Hawaiian, North American and Asian cultural influences make it a popular tourist destination. There’s no place on earth like Hawaii.
All the islands have similar climates: southwestern coasts are sunny, dry and lined with sandy beaches, while the northeastern sides have lush rain forests, cascading waterfalls and pounding surf. Hawaii enjoys warm weather year-round, with coastal temperatures averaging a high of 28ºC and a low of 20ºC. Summer and fall are the driest seasons, winter the wettest.