Of course, anytime is a great time to visit Hawaii. The islands are filled with beauty and chalk-full of things to do for adults and kids alike. Because life on the islands are generally filled with warm temperatures and sunny skies you won’t be disappointed no matter what time of year you plan your trip.
The weather in Hawaii in March is rather mild, with generally marked average rainfall, but may vary depending on which island you visit. It is not uncommon for the weather to differ from island-to-island in Hawaii.
The average rainfall in Kauai in March is 4.61 inches, The Big Island, and Molokai average around 1.5 inches of rain in March, while Oahu, Maui, Lanai see about 2.5 inches of rain in March on average.
Spring Break plays a huge factor in the amount of people traveling to Hawaii in March, which happens to be the most popular tourist travel times for the islands.
Some of the most popular and memorable times families have on the beaches of Hawaii actually happen in the ocean. Snorkeling in the crystal waters off the coast of Hawaii is a pastime favorite for many tourist and their families.
Sightseeing in Hawaii is another outing you shouldn’t miss in March. You will get the best prices with seasonal discounts for Spring Break and Easter Weekend.