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The Weather in Hilo
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 73° No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 42° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is April.
Enjoy Hawaii's Hilo with vacation homes right on the shore
Pronounced 'hee-low,' Hilo is a slice of paradise in East Hawaii is known for its 'green beaches,' where the lush greenery rolls out to meet the white surf. Home to the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, it bears a distinct student town vibe. Make Hilo's vacation homes your base for exploring the town and Hawaii's Big Island.
Culture and arts in Hilo
Explore the Old Town with a handy walking tour map, or catch the sampan bus as locals do. The Lyman House and Museum in Hilo is a Hawaii-based natural history museum which also traces the life of early missionaries who lived here.
Wailoa Center and East Hawai`i Cultural Center houses interesting local artifacts, and also hosts Shakespearean plays during summer. Watch the processing of macadamia nuts at Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corporation. Alternately, you could sample the island's fresh produce at the colorful outdoor Farmer's Market.
Plan a picnic at the Lili'uokalani Park which offers fantastic views across the bay and Mauna Kea. The kids will love exploring the gazebos, fish ponds, and pretty bridges dotted around park. Richardson Ocean Park is another pleasent spot for an idyllic day in the sun.
A short ride from town is the Panaewa Zoo, America's only tropical rainforest zoo. It is home to the endangered Hawaii State Bird, the nene. If your kids love the night skies, consider visiting the Onizuka Visitors' Center on Mauna Kea which offers a nightly star gazing program.
Excursion destinations in plenty
A 30-minute drive from downtown Hilo is "the world's only drive-in volcano" at Hawai`i Volcano's National Park. Home to one of Earth's most active volcanoes, the Kilauea volcano is also a sacred site for Native Hawaiians.
North of Hilo is the Akaka Falls State Park where you will encounter the towering Kahuna Falls and Akaka Falls en route. The environs are perfect for hiking and biking.
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