Facts about Hilo City
|Country||USA (United States of America)|
|Total Area||58.4 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||19.72977° N, 155.0900° W|
|Time Zone||HAST (UTC−10:00)|
|Major Religion||Roman Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||Mauna Loa Observatory, Pacific Tsunami Museum, Lyman Museum|
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About Hilo City
Hilo is a coastal city in the U.S state of Hawaii. Earlier in 1800, missionaries came to the city and founded several churches. Later, it expanded inland in 1960 as sugar plantations. Although it was destroyed much after the tsunami in 1946 and 1960, the city recovered and developed to become a known city in the Hawaiian Island. It is now the largest community on the island of Hawai’i and the county seat of Hawai’i County. It is also the second largest city in Hawaii.
Hotels in Hilo City:
Hilo is home to a number of hotels that provide most modern amenities to its guests. The beach side resorts help the visitors to avail and enjoy the marine food served on its tables. Dolphin Bay, Castle Hilo Hawaiian Hotel, Country Club Hawaii Condo Hotel, Hilo Seaside Hotel, Arnott’s Lodge, Waiakea Villas, Uncle Billy’s Hilo Bay Hotel and Hawaii Naniloa Hotel are the outstanding hotels in the city.
Climate of Hilo City:
Hilo has a typical semitropical climate. There is much rainfall through the year and it is one of the wettest cities in the US. There are many waterfalls in the Hilo region and the soil is rich and fertile. Hilo is famous for its wild orchids and tropical plants grow there. In summer, the average temperature ranges from 31 to 43 degrees. In winter, there is frost in areas above 4,000 feet and snow above 10,000 feet.