A vacation in Waianae feels like a vacation in paradise. This beautiful location in Hawaii is the perfect place to unwind and escape the bright lights and noise of the city. Most vacationers love to spend time on the stunning beaches, with golden sand and turquoise blue sea. In addition, outdoor enthusiasts love to go on an adventures in the Waianae Mountain Range, where the hiking and views of the surrounding areas are especially incredible. Once you've worked up an appetite, say 'aloha' to the friendly locals at one of the delicious cafés and restaurants.
Top places to go in Waianae include Makaha Beach Park. In the summer, there are calm waters for swimming and sun-worshippers can sunbathe on the sand. Later in the year, surfers love to visit the area for the big waves. Surfers also feel at home at Nanakuli Beach Park, which has lifeguards on duty. For snorkeling, visit Yokohama Bay. Elsehwere, at Kaena Point State Park, go hiking and admire the sandy coves and being on the ocean’s edge.
Summer is a popular time to visit Waianae with the warm weather, as well as from December to February. Around November hotels tend to have more affordable rate.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Waianae. The hottest month in Waianae is May, when temperatures peak at 86 ˚F. The coolest month is September, when temperatures drop to 54 ˚F. The wettest month in Waianae is October with 11.49 inches of rain, while the driest month is May with 0.08 inches of rain.
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