high season: June to mid--September, mid-December to mid--January
low season: November to mid--December, mid-January to March
shoulder season: April to May, mid-September to October
Weather InformationHonolulu is sunny and warm throughout the year, with an annual average temperature ranging from 70 to 85 degrees. The warmest weather occurs during June through October, with high temperatures in the upper 80s. Average highs drop into the low 80s November through May, with the heaviest rainfall in December and January.
Crowd InformationBeaches, hotels, and activities tend to get busy during the summer and winter holidays, while the spring and fall are a little more low-key. However, major annual events attract crowds throughout the year, including the Honolulu Festival in March, the Aloha Festivals in September, and the Honolulu Marathon in December.
Closure InformationHotels, shops, and attractions remain open year-round.
When to SaveThe least expensive time to visit the city is during the late-fall and winter low season (except for the holiday period of mid-December through mid-January) when discounts are offered on hotel and airfare due to fewer people visiting the island. Prices are highest in summer and during the winter holidays, when there is an increase in visitation.
Information provided by the Oahu Visitors Bureau