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Geography and climate in Hawaii

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The Hawaiian Islands   is a chain of   24   islands, which stretches for   2451 kilometers from   southeast to   northwest. Only 8 of the largest islands are inhabited from   of all these islands: Oahu, Hawaii, Kauai, Maui, Molokai, Kahulave, Niihuai and   Lanai. All these islands are located in the   east of the archipelago. Hawaii is the 50th state of the United States of America.

The Hawaii archipelago is located in the   Pacific Ocean and is   6195 kilometers from   Japan and     3850 kilometers from the US state of California. Thus, it is one of the   most remote inhabited archipelagos in   all over the world.

You can get to   Hawaii from   Los Angeles by taking a   plane to   the state capital   - Honolulu. If you need to get to   islands such as Maui, Hawaii or Kauai, then   you need to fly to the   desired island with   landing in the   state capital.

The climate on the   islands is maritime, tropical, very comfortable. There are only two seasons   - from   October to   April   - winter, and   from   May to   October   - summer. Autumn and   spring are practically not   expressed. The coolest are January and   February   - the thermometer sometimes drops to   + 18 ° С. In   August, the hottest month, the average temperature is + 25 ° С, but sometimes it is   more than + 30 ° С.

During the     period from   October to   April, heavy rains often fall. The rest of the time, the weather is sunny and   dry.

You can swim all year round   - the water temperature does not   fall below + 23 ° С.   It is best to visit the Hawaiian Islands in summer   - at   this time the probability of rainfall is minimal.

Time lags behind   Moscow by   14   hours.

Time zone: GMT-5


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