Hawaii may be widely known as one of the most sought after tropical destinations in the world, but, contrary to popular belief, it’s not always full of sunshine.
Just like other tropical countries, Hawaii has the wet and dry seasons as well. Hawaii averages about 17 inches of rainfall a year and the wettest time of year tends to be during the winter months. So, during these months there are a lot less tourists coming to the island. This can be great for some, as travelling here can be much cheaper.
If you happen to have booked a flight and spend your vacation during the wet season, don’t worry, you will still have sunny days, and don’t let the wet weather spoil your stay! There are still a lot of things you can do to enjoy the beauty of Hawaii despite the gloomy weather. Here are some rainy-day activities you can do while you wait for the sun to come out.
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Eddie Keliinohomoku is the Director of sales and marketing and co-founder of Go Hawaii Tours and Aloha Trikke, With Direct Ties to the Hawaiian islands, Eddie's passion is sharing the islands and spirit of aloha with the world. "E Komo Mai"