Autumn in Hawaii is Paradise for the Senses

13 Jul 2016

While Summer is the high season for tourism in Hawaii, in September, the crowds thin out and pricing on everything from hotels to airfare drops.

The weather in September through November is slightly cooler than summer, experiencing pleasant daytime highs in the upper 70s instead of the mid-80s. At night, the temperatures drop by 10 degrees, creating the perfect climate for a luau or other outdoor activity.

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Autumn is full of festivals in Hawaii. In September, the Aloha Festivals honor Hawaiian culture with a six-week, six-island celebration. More than 300 events take place, ranging from parades down Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki to the Ms. Big Big Island Pageant. For more of an athletic experience, the Ironman Triathlon on the Big Island happens during October. The Hawaii Food & Wine Festival runs Oct 14 – 30 on Oahu, Maui and the Big Island.

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