Are you eyeing Hawaii for a spring getaway? The rainy season ends with the change of season into spring, and this makes for an ideal time for you to visit! On Oahu, the summer season is yet to be in full swing, so you might find more reasonable prices on airfare, lodging, and activities on Oahu! And since you won’t be battling the summer season crowds, your vacation on Oahu just might feel like a private paradise.
If Hawaii is top of your list for a spring vacation, you’re sure to have a long list of outdoor activities in Oahu to keep you busy! And since the weather is always great on Oahu, you won’t miss out on anything just because it’s a bit of an offseason for major tourism. You can fully customize your experience here, whether you prefer a luxury experience with Mai Tai’s and spa treatments or a high thrills adventure! The island is home to dozens of parks, monuments, and natural attractions. Check out Sand Island State Recreation Area, an urban park in Honolulu where you can camp, fish or bodyboard, or head to Keaiwa Heiau State Recreation Area, home to Keaiwa Heiau, which is a temple that native Hawaiians of the past would visit for it’s believed healing powers. Other outdoor fun on your trip could include hiking, biking, exploring waterfalls, snorkeling, surfing or kayaking!
Some things on Oahu you can enjoy year-round, but some special occasions only come once a year! Their spring exclusive events include the very original and not to be found elsewhere, Waikiki Spam Jam – yes, an entire festival dedicated to the fun pink canned meat, which indicates just how beloved it is by Hawaiian’s. This event is rated as one of Hawaii’s top annual food fests, and you’ll love the food, entertainment, and fun-filled atmosphere. Spring is also a great time for music lovers on Oahu! During the Na Hoku Hanohano Awards in early May, Honolulu is jumping with live music and Hawaii’s biggest music stars! You might find headliners casually ripping up the keys of a piano on a hotel patio or strumming the ukulele in a corner bar. If you want even more Ukulele, visit later in May for the Ukulele Picnic, a music festival that brings 5,000 or more fans of the instrument together in Kaka’ako Park.
If you need any more reasons to book your Oahu vacation, this should be the icing on the cake! Between December and April, Humpback Whales pilgrim to the warm waters around Hawaii to have their babies! In February and March, the peak whale watching season, you can see them off the north shore of the island or book a whale-watching cruise to get up close and personal with the majestic ocean creatures!
So, what are you waiting for? Book your spring vacation to Oahu today!