The best time to travel Pacific Coast is September and October. Crabbing and clamming are at their maximum, the sea winds are calmer, and many towns have their seafood festivals this time of year. October brings beautiful fall colors with golden leaves contrasting green pines.
The busy tourist season in the South Pacific are in the months of July and August when the Australians and New Zealanders come leaving behind the cold season back home. This time Tahitians move to their own outer islands for their traditional July-August holiday break. Europeans also visit the islands during this period. May to October are the best times to travel south pacific and November to April in northern Micronesia.
School holiday time in Australia and New Zealand also bring in busy miniseasons. These periods are from the end of March through the middle of April, two weeks in late May, two weeks at the beginning of July, two weeks in the middle of September, and from mid-December until mid-January.
Christmas through the middle of January is a good time to get accommodation in the South Pacific, but airline seats can be difficult to get as there is a rush of islanders returning home from abroad.
In the period June to September, there are crowds but it is worth going for the perfect weather, Pacific breezes, and alpine meadows in bloom in the Pacific Northwest A good time for Snow sports enthusiasts and storm-watchers in the Pacific Northwest is October to February with lighter crowds.