Hawaiian Honeymoon - Romance in Paradise


Hawaii has thousands of tourist visit their islands every year, many are coming for a regular vacation; but many are coming to experience that sought after Hawaiian honeymoon. Picking Hawaii for your destination honeymoon is a great choice; hundreds of beaches, blue water, fun activities and romantic nights await you. We're going to break down the top Hawaiian Islands and let you decide for yourself which one you plan to spend your Hawaiian honeymoon on.

Oahu

The best of two worlds. You get your relaxation time, but also your nightlife in the same place. Honeymooners who want to experience both find Oahu to be the perfect blend. Along with beautiful beaches, Oahu is one of the best honeymoon destinations because it offers you a chance to look back on history. Not only do you get to see Pearl Harbor and the U.S.S. Arizona, but also learn about the native Hawaiian culture and history. Don't forget to check out the famous Waikiki beach and take a long hike up to Diamond Head volcano. The adventures are limitless on Oahu. Many hotels offer all-inclusive honeymoon packages for newlyweds, so be sure to take advantage of any specials offers they may have going. Looking for a great snorkeling experience? Then check out the famous Hanauma Bay. Get there before the cashiers do and you'll get into the park for free and won't have to worry about parking.

Maui

The magic island. Beautiful sunsets, red and black sand beaches, exciting excursions and waterfall hikes await. One of the most romantic things to do on Maui for your Hawaiian honeymoon is to do the road to Hana. Over six hundred twists and turns with surrounding greenery and ocean views. Often you can pull over to see gorgeous flowing waterfalls and take a dip in the natural spring pools. Looking to see a volcano? Honeymooners can go to the top of Haleakala (10,000 feet high) to watch a romantic sunrise in the morning. The best place to stay on Maui is on the west side, up near Ka'anapali beach. Staying on Maui also offers you the chance to take a short boat ride over to the island of Lanai or Molokai. Maui is also a great location to do whale watching and dolphins frequent many popular snorkeling locations.

Big Island

One word Volcano! When visiting the Big Island of Hawaii you have the opportunity to see an active volcano shooting out lava from a helicopter. So even though the big island is in fact the biggest of the Hawaiian Islands, it's still growing from this active volcano. The Big Island also has several beautiful waterfalls and state parks to see and relax at. Want to get nostalgic? Check out the little town of Kailua, a seaside town filled with lots of fun activities for honeymooners such as: shopping, dining and seeing historical sites. This Hawaiian Honeymoon destination also gives you the chance to see gorgeous valleys. The Big Island is famous for Pololu valley lookout. A valley that offers breathtaking views overlooking a black sand beach coastline.

Kauai