If you’re looking to visit Hawaii this spring, there are a few spring destinations in Hawaii that you can’t miss out on seeing! Plus, the spring season in Hawaii is one of the most beautiful times to visit.
The weather is typically in the mid to lower 70’s throughout the day letting you enjoy your time without being too hot or too cold. At night, it can get a little chillier, so you’ll want to plan for the cooler weather when you pack your suitcase. While it’s chilly, there is still plenty to do and take in.
Whether you’re looking to just sit and relax in the sun during your spring vacation or you’re looking for a more adventurous getaway, there are plenty of hot spots to visit during your trip to Hawaii.
Spring Destinations in Maui
One of the best reasons to visit Maui during the spring season is to experience the blooming Jacaranda trees. The trees produce beautiful blueish purple flowers that are certainly a sight for sore eyes.
A meandering drive on The Road to Hana is another popular sight to see. It’s a relaxing drive that’s been named on of the top 5 scenic drives in the world. As you drive or take a guided tour through the scenic route, you’ll see plenty of waterfalls, rainforests and jungle cliffs. The tour guide also shares interesting stories and facts about the areas as you travel through the area.
You can’t forget about the beach life during your trip to Maui either. Maui has many different beaches for families and couples to enjoy. Whether you’re wanting to take an adventure out in the water, participate in water activities or just enjoy a day or two in the sun, the beaches of Maui are exceptionally beautiful and exciting to visit.
Spring Destinations in Hawaii Oahu
Oahu is the third largest island is Hawaii and offers plenty of activities, fine dining and beautiful places to visit and resorts to stay at.
There are a lot of beautiful beaches and surf spots for those looking to escape the day and enjoy the water scene. Land activities and experiences include everything from hiking the trails to visiting the local museums.
21 Degrees Estate Cacao Farm
One hidden treasure of Oahu is found off a beaten path but is a sight for all to enjoy. The 21 Degrees Estate Cacao Farm allows you to take an educational tour that focuses on something many of us love, chocolate. You can see how the beans are processed and turned into those finished chocolate products we all like to indulge in.
Disney Aulani is a fun spring destination in Oahu. It’s on the warmer side of the island and is a relaxing Hawaii resort with just a hint of Disney magic. Here are some tips on what to pack for Aulani, what to know about Aulani and how to get to Aulani from Honolulu.
Spring Destinations IN Honolulu Hawaii
Located on south Oahu island, Honolulu is a popular destination for many, mainly because of it’s bustling nightlife, delicious dining experiences and world class shopping. Not to mention the fact that’s it’s a beautiful place to visit.
Culture and history are rich in Honolulu, which gives you the opportunity to experience everything the city has to offer. You can also experience the water like never before by taking part in all of the wonderful sights and experiences the water life has to offer. From swimming with the dolphins to snorkeling, there’s fun to be had for everyone.
Lei Day Festival
One way to celebrate spring on Oahu is to participate in the Lei Day festival! No matter which day of the week May 1 falls on, the Lei Day Celebration takes place at Queen Kapiolani Park in the Waikiki district of Honolulu. The annual event features live music, a lei exhibit, hula performances, demonstrations, craft and food vendors, and more. This event is free and open to the public.
Spring Destinations in Kauai
Also known as “The Garden Island”, Kauai is rich in nature and everything beautiful nature has to offer. The island has four different areas for you to experience while you’re traveling.
The North Shore is a paradise all its own featuring majestic waterfalls, valleys, white sand beaches, beautiful and lush jungles that showcase the local tropical flowers. The South Shore is all about the great food and vacation atmosphere with its incredible beaches and an array of luxury resorts and condos.
In addition to the two shores, there is also the East Side and the West Side. The East Side is landscaped with beautiful palm trees swaying in the wind along the beaches and the area is well known for the vast amount of coconut trees.
The West Side allows you to take a step back into time and experience the feel of old Hawaii as you explore the historic attractions and plantations. While you are there, make the trek out to Queens Bath on Polihale Beach, it’s at the end of a long bumpy road but this secluded beach is well worth the drive!
Prince Kuhio Festival
The Garden Island offers up several festivals but the Prince Kuhio festival is the most popular festival that takes place in May. The Prince Kuhio festival celebrates the life of Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaole, also known as “Ke Aliʻi Makaʻāinana,” and “The Citizen Prince.” He is celebrated for his love of the people of Hawaiʻi, for founding the Hawaiian Civic Club movement, and for the passage of the Hawaiian Homestead Act in 1921.
At the Priince Kuhio festival families can participate in a day of fun filled activities. There will be educational, cultural, health and wellness exhibits for the whole family. Enjoy live music, entertainment, and hula performances in celebrating the past and embracing the future of Prince Kuhio’s legacy. There will also be food and craft booths and the Prince Kuhio festival takes place at Anahola Beach on Kauai.
The islands of Hawaii have everything you can imagine for a spring break destination. From the beautiful scenic areas to the thrilling activities you can take part in, there’s definitely something for everyone.