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Pet lovers shouldn't miss the chance to visit Hana, a tranquil and charming city known for its hiking trails, as well as great sights like Haleakala National Park and Red Sand Beach.

How to Wander Wisely in Hana with Your Pet

  • Enjoy the fresh air at Waianapanapa State Park, Hana Lava Tubes, and Hana Forest Reserve.
  • Other things to see include Hamoa Beach, Fagan's Memorial, and Kahikinui Forest Reserve.
  • For vet care, Hanabelle Animal Services is located in the area.

Pet-Friendly Times to Vacation in Hana

Weather can make or break your stay, especially if you're hoping to spend time outdoors. Here are the average day and night temperatures to help better plan your time in Hana.

From January to March, average temperatures range from 78°F in the daytime to 64°F at night. Between April and June, the daytime average is 82°F and the nighttime average is 67°F.

From July to September, average temperatures range from 83°F in the daytime to 70°F at night. Between October and December, the daytime average is 83°F and the nighttime average is 65°F.