Visitor counts to Hawaii showed continued recovery in May

HONOLULU — Some 776,375 visitors came to Hawaii in May 2022, 91.6% of the total number of visitors to the state in May 2019, according to preliminary statistics released Thursday by the state Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism.


What You Need To Know

    • May’s pandemic recovery rate is lower than that of April 2022, during which visitor totals represented 96.3% of April 2019 totals, though it is the second highest monthly recovery rate since March 2020
    • While overall visitor totals have not bounced back all the way, monthly visitor spending is higher than pre-pandemic levels
    • The average length of stay by all visitors in May 2022 was 8.87 days, up from 8.37 days (+6%) in May 2019
  • Arrivals from Japan remain far below pre-pandemic levels

May’s pandemic recovery rate is lower than that of April 2022, during which visitor totals represented 96.3% of April 2019 totals. However, it is the second highest monthly recovery rate since March 2020.

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