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The Weather in Hawi
Above are the weather conditions for Hawi. July is the warmest month of the year in Hawi with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 73°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 42° in January. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is November.
Enjoy the ultimate island adventure at a Hawi vacation home
Whether you prefer a large family-style home or a cute beach cottage, you'll find the area's best attractions just steps from your Hawi vacation rental. Spend a day in the sun touring scenic areas and sampling island cuisine, and recharge for the next day's adventure at your Hawi accommodation of choice.
For a sampling of the island's freshest flavors, head to Hawi Farmers Market for a Saturday morning breakfast. Its home-baked treats and prepared foods are a great way to start the day. Home cooks can also pick up locally sourced produce, meat, and dairy. Farm-to-market offerings such as exotic fruit and vegetables, Asian-inspired snacks, home-brewed beer, and a variety of crafts make this a fun shopping destination for a variety of tastes.
A favorite with local families, Bamboo Restaurant serves some of the best local food on the Big Island. Menu highlights include teriyaki, kalua pork, and fresh fish served in a variety of traditional styles. Its big selection for kids makes this an easy choice, even for families with picky eaters. Be sure to save room for their homemade ice cream after your meal.
Guests of all ages will enjoy a day at Flumin' Kohala. The knowledgeable tour guides detail the area's history and natural features as you paddle along canals and chutes, with plenty of information for kids and adults. The trip is slow paced, relaxing, and scenic, with all sorts of good photo ops. Be sure to pack a dry change of clothes and plenty of snacks.
For the best views around, no hiking required, hop in the car and follow Kohala Mountain Road. This drive winds along the Kona Coast before climbing high into the mountains. Eucalyptus and coffee fields eventually give way to rocky cliffs and Hawaii's endless sky. Photo stops, bathrooms, parking, and dining make this an easy self-guided day trip. Drive back around sunset for an incredible photo finish to your day.
Kohala Grown Farm makes an enjoyable day trip, with fun for the whole family. Tours of the property guide visitors through acres of orchard, with plenty of samples along the way. Seasonal pick-your-own fruit is also available on the property, with exciting choices like pineapples, dragon fruit, and impossibly tiny bananas. Stop by the farm store for a variety of handcrafted edible souvenirs, coffee, and chocolate.
No Hawaii vacation is complete without a day on the beach. Pack a picnic and head to Kona Coast State Park for swimming, snorkeling, and beachcombing. When the tide goes out, tidal pools reveal an assortment of fascinating wildlife, perfect for a mid-nature walk investigation. Park facilities include showers, bathrooms, parking, and picnic areas. Intrepid guests can take a hike to nearby the lava falls and several scenic viewpoints.
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