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Hawaii, “the Aloha State”, is known for being a perfect vacation spot.
Because of its unique geography, Hawaii has something for everyone. Most of its main lands are arid, semi-arid, or tropical, while its mountainous areas have an Alpine climate.
Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Hawaii. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccines for Hawaii: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, and influenza.
Dengue outbreaks do occur in Hawaii. Mosquito repellent is recommended for a trip to the islands.
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Hawaii has a stable tropical climate all year round.
The state has two main seasons, kau, which is the warm season, and ho’olio, which is the cooler season. The warm season is from May to October while the cooler season is from November to April. The cooler season is not usually actually cold. When the sun is lower in the South, there are more winds, and it is more likely to have rain and clouds.
June, July, and August are the driest months for the islands. Winter does get more rain and cloud cover. But, they are still quite intermittent and sunshine is frequent.
Average highs for Hawaii are in the high-80’s during sumer low-80’s in winter. Temperatures rarely enter the 90’s or drop below the 70’s.
Hawaii is a safe travel destination. The main thing to be careful about while there is nature.
Protect yourself from the hot and harmful run rays. Use sunblock, sunglasses, a hat and well-chosen clothing. Always check with park rangers and wear appropriate footwear when hiking in the wilderness.
Follow the advice of signs at beaches in particular – if you are advised not to swim, listen. Don’t leave valuables unattended and watch yourself against petty street crime. Be careful not to swim or wade in freshwater or touch plants or animals. Some creatures carry bacterial diseases the could lead to harm.
If you’re a fan of nature and of dinosaur movies, touring and exploring Hawaii’s beautiful island of Kauai may be a memorable experience.
The island served as “Isla Nublar” and many other locations in scenes for several of Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic series. With a little research, fans can enjoy visiting some of the many unique spots used. Some highlights include the Na Pali Coast and the Limahuli Garden. Certain spots can be seen by tour, while others can be experienced through a variety of ways such as hiking or a helicopter ride.
Even if you’re not a fan of the movie series, Kauai is absolutely still worth a visit. Visitors can experience helicopter tours, sailing, snorkeling, Zodiac tours, hiking, and more.
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