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3. Hawaiian Time

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The current Hawaiian time is listed at the top right of this page. Hawaii is in the Hawaiian-Aleutian Time Zone and does not observe daylight savings time. Hawaii is two hours behind the west coast of the United States during the winter and three hours behind during the summer. Hawaii is five hours behind the east coast of the United States during the winter and six hours behind during the summer. So visitors from the U.S. usually find it easy to get up early on their first day in Hawaii, and many return flights fly overnight to the U.S. Mainland. Also, because Hawaii doesn’t observe Daylight Savings Time, it gets dark relatively early during the winter months. “Hawaii time” also means laid back. Take it easy, you’re in the Islands now!



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