What’s the best time for you to come to Hawaii?
Get an extra night with Hilton hotels
Surrounded by natural beauty and year-round warm weather, we can’t imagine a bad time to visit Hawaii. However, depending on your interests, why not time your travel accordingly? Lucky for you Hilton offers the 5th night free when you book 4 nights – along with the perfect hotel to match your ideal vacation.
If you want to see whales
Humpback whale watching tours are typically available from November through May, with January through March being the most active months for whale sightings in Maui. But you don’t have to go on a tour to spot whales. In fact, you can frequently see them from the shores of Wailea Beach. A little advice… book a deluxe ocean room at Grand Wailea Maui for the best views in the resort.
If you want an underwater adventure
The Big Island and its clear blue waters are a snorkeler’s paradise. During the late spring and summer months, water is warmer and waves are gentler. The ocean-fed lagoon at Hilton Waikoloa Village is a protected oasis, perfect for spotting underwater creatures.
If you want to learn how to surf
Surfing in Hawaii can be enjoyed all year round, but beginner surfers may want to opt for the summer months as waves are smaller and calmer. Waikiki Beach is a great place to get a surf lesson and catch your first wave. Big Wave Dave inside the Embassy Suites Waikiki Beach Walk offers lessons for all ages and skill level.
If you want to hit the trails
Hiking is one of the best ways to explore Kauai, as 90% of the island is inaccessible by car. The summer months offer dryer conditions and longer daylight hours to see the island’s natural splendor. The east side of the island, where the Hilton Garden Inn Kauai resides, is home to the well-known Sleeping Giant trail.
If you want to avoid the crowds
Experience the quieter side of Waikiki at the Hilton Waikiki Beach. Located on the Diamond side of Waikiki, you’ll find the beach, zoo and an array of activities within walking distance. During the spring and fall, attractions are less crowded and festivals are plentiful.
Whatever the occasion, make the most of your vacation days.