Whether you’re looking forward to hiking through lush forests, lounging on pristine beaches, or exploring vibrant underwater worlds, November’s warm temperatures provide the perfect backdrop for all of your island adventures. Average highs reach the mid to low 80s, making it comfortable for you to spend hours outdoors without breaking a sweat. Evenings can get a bit cooler, but nothing a lightweight jacket can’t handle.
With fewer tourists in Hawaii, you’ll enjoy the island’s captivating landscapes and attractions with a sense of tranquility you won’t find during high season. You’ll also have a better chance of seeing native wildlife as it becomes more bold and visible due to reduced human activity.
As winter begins in November, you’ll experience increased rainfall throughout the Hawaiian Islands. While these brief showers won’t dampen your sightseeing or outdoor activities, they can cause muddy trails and slippery hiking paths.
Embark on an unforgettable adventure during your visit to Hawaii in November and create memories that will last a lifetime. From Oahu’s world-class surfing to Maui’s legendary Hana Highway route, this month offers countless unique experiences that will enhance your Hawaiian vacation beyond its stunning natural beauty. Be sure to check event and festival calendars prior to your trip to ensure you don’t miss out on any of Hawaii’s renowned celebrations.