Post # 1
Ok, so Mr. U and I have planned to go to Yosemite National Park and stay in a “Cottage” at the Ahwahnee for our February honeymoon. We live on the Central West Coast so it’s close to home for us and we thought cuddling up in a cottage in the snowy woods would be very romantic! But the more I think about it the more I have commitment phobia when it comes to picking a spot for the honeymoon. I recently looked at flights and a hotel for Maui and the price is the same as it would be to go to Yosemite (budget is an issue for us). Now I’m torn between cabin in the snow and resort on the beach. Has anyone else been to Maui in February? We were worried about how the weather would be…rain and all. Would this be a good time to go or should we wait until summer time to go? Anywho. Thanks for the help, bees! And Merry Christmas!
Post # 3
Bump because I’m a February wedding too thinking of Hawaii!
Post # 4
February – One of the coolest months, with showery weather episodes…..mixed with warm, and sunny days. Light winds generally, but some of the strongest winds of the year reported in the winter month of February. Medium to large surf on North and West shores. Snow falls on Haleakala some years. Tradewinds blow on the average 55% of the time. Sea water temperature averages about 74 degrees F.
February averages for different locations on Maui Lahaina 80-63 F. (26.7C-17.2C) 2.35″ of precipitation Hana 79-64 F. (26.1C-17.8C) 6.83″ of precipitation Kahului 80-63 F. (26.7C-17.2C) 2.87″ of precipitation
Kahului % of possible daytime sunshine: 73%
Hope this gives you an idea of what to expect. Hubby, kids and I will be in Waikiki February 1-18th can’t wait. Enjoy your honeymoon wherever it is!
Post # 5
Thank you, @LilyBee70 ! The family loaded us up with scarves boots and hats for the honeymoon for Christmas so Yosemite here we come! Lol
Post # 6
There will be lots of sun and lots of people on the beach in February!
I’m on Maui all year long, and Nov-Dec is probably the rainiest/coldest it’ll ever be. And it’s still hot, especially where all the resorts are.
But I’ve never seen snow, so I’d choose snow! I’d probably freeze but it sounds super romantic 🙂
Post # 7
I was married in March on Maui. It was perfect!