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The Weather in Kapoho Bay
The above is a climate diagram for Kapoho Bay. In the next 6 months, September will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is January.
Swim with turtles near your Kapoho vacation rental
Your vacation rental in Kapoho, Hawaii is situated in a serene spot, overlooking sapphire waters and geothermal pools where sea turtles swim. Take a dip in an ancient volcanic lake and follow trails dappled by palms.
Swim with sea turtles
Children love to snorkel in the crystal clear waters of Kapoho Bay. Vibrant marine life beneath the water's surface provokes their curiosity. Nearby, sea turtles congregate in Champagne Pond, which is heated by geothermal energy. There is an even clearer heated tide pool close by at Ahalanui Beach Park.
Afterwards, visit Big Island Candies, the oldest candy store on the island, and sample their shortbread cookies and chocolate macadamia nuts.
Lakes and hikes
Come and discover one of the most picturesque sights in Hawaii, Green Lake, which sits within a 400-year-old crater. Take a kayak out on the lake or wade out into the sparkling water for a swim. Don't miss the lighthouse at nearby Cape Kumukahi, from which you can enjoy incredible views of the coastline and the rain forested island interior.
Why not take a drive beneath the canopy of palms that border the Red Road? It leads you through superb scenery; lush lava fields, glimmering bays, and idyllic beaches flash past. Stop off at Kehena Beach, with its black sand, and the stunning Kaimu Beach Eco-Path hiking trail.
Fireworks and festivals
Come in April to catch Hawaii's most dazzling hula festival. The week-long celebration involves contemporary and traditional dance competitions. Come May, Hawaii's annual Lei Day takes place. Festivities include lei-making contests and workshops throughout the islands.
June sees the Great Waikoloa Food, Wine and Music Festival, which involves creations by all the gourmet chefs in Hawaii, jazz, fireworks, and samples of wine from around the world. In July, the Annual Hawaiian Cultural Festival involves re-enactments of the royal court, traditional foods, and Hawaiian craft workshop and demonstrations.
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