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About Hilo

Located on the eastern side of Big Island, Hilo, Hawaii is a fabulous destination for families. From the moment the plane touches down at Hilo International Airport travelers will notice and appreciate the natural beauty and lush landscape that is expected of the Hawaiian Islands. Hilo vacation rentals offer ultimate comfort and convenient access to this picturesque vacation destination.

Climate

Before booking one of the many Hilo vacation rentals in the area, it is important to consider the weather conditions as you plan to visit. Hilo features a tropical rainforest climate with relatively warm temperatures in the mid-70s to low-80s throughout the year. While you can rely on the temperature being relatively comfortable at any time of year, it’s the amount of rain you might experience that can be unpredictable. Hilo is the fourth wettest city in the United States and one of the wettest in the world with between 130 and 200 inches of rain annually. Pack an umbrella for your trip here and plan to see rain during at least one of the days you’re visiting.

Things to do

Travelers staying in Hilo vacation rentals have the unique advantage of seeing the area the way that locals do and should have a plan when it comes to things to do and see in this island town. Full of thunderous waterfalls, lush landscapes, and towering volcanoes, the Hilo area has an abundance of outdoor activities that appeal to all ages. Walk the half mile loop through Akaka Falls State Park to see the spectacular 442-foot waterfall. The surrounding rain forest is picturesque and worth the drive to this attraction.

Hilo is also often referred to as the gateway to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Located a short 30 to 45 minutes away, it is a perfect day trip for anyone interested in exploring. However, if visiting a park or taking in the beauty of Hilo is on the itinerary but driving nearly an hour isn’t, visit Liliuokalani Gardens and Coconut Island Park. The gardens offer a tranquil setting that is perfect for strolling or picnicking and a footbridge in the park connects the garden to Coconut Island Park.

Of course, the beautiful beaches and sparkling waters of Hilo are the main allure to the area. Richardson Beach Park is the only black-sand beach in Hilo and is a unique spot for visitors to spend an afternoon. Here, the waters are warm and lifeguards are on duty during the day. For surfers and body-boarders, Honoli’I Beach Park is one of the best ...

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