Special Traditions: Hula dancing, luau feasts, surfing and making lei necklaces
Fun Facts about Hawaii:
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With five main islands to choose from, visitors to Hawaii have the chance to see everything from fiery molten lava spewing from Kilauea Volcano to the big-city skyline of Waikiki. While every month of the year provides a vacation in paradise, the off-season offers ample opportunity to see some amazing sights, whether snow on Mauna Kea or quadruple overhead waves in Haleiwa.
The off-peak tourist season in Hawaii takes place several times throughout the year. While Christmastime is prime visitor season, the last two weeks of January and the month of February offer a reprieve from the holiday crowds. Conversely, the months of September and October are also off-peak months, as evidenced by lower occupancies in the resorts and lower airfares than summertime when families are more likely to travel with children who are on summer vacation. Spring break takes place from the middle of March to the middle of April, and thus, the fares go up accordingly. Visitors who come to Hawaii in March should visit during the first two weeks for lower hotel rates and airfare or wait until the end of April or the beginning of May.
One of the advantages of traveling during off-peak seasons are lower airfares and discounted accommodations. While a round-trip ticket to the Big Island of Hawaii from California can average $700 to $800 during the summertime (as well as during spring break and in December), the off-season fares can be considerably lower, sometimes as much as $300 less. Resort hotels often offer discounted rates on rooms when occupancy is low. The good news is, anytime of year