Saturday, 14 June 2014


              Say “aloha” to love and romance on this magical island where you will spend your days lounging by the pool or beach or exploring the many natural wonders of this tropical heaven. Then spend your nights dancing in the moonlight enjoying fabulous foods, culture and romance in these islands that many say were created for lovers. Most hotels in the Hawaiian Islands even cater to honeymooners offering a slew of packages, making this destination an easy, “no brainer” place of choice for honeymoon travel. There’s nothing more romantic then long walks on the beach, sunsets and the sounds of guitars softly playing as you relax the night away. 

             These islands don’t only offer beaches and romance they also offer culture, adventure and diversity which is why couples discover that researching each island before you book is the way to go. Once you research the many islands & choices of Hawaii, you will see they offer newlyweds both the post-wedding escape they need combined with the romance and peaceful atmosphere a honeymoon demands. We love six Islands of Aloha that are home to treasures unlike any others on the planet: including the extraordinary cliffs of the Napali Coast on Kauai, to the vibrant & gorgeous shores of Waikiki Beach on Oahu.  

              Let’s not forget the miles & miles of white sands of the Papohaku Beach on Molokai to the tranquil waters of Hulopoe Bay in Lanai. There is also the summit of Haleakala Crater on Maui and then don’t miss the primal energy of Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island. The Four Seasons Hotel offers The Ultimate Honeymoon Package that offers a rental car for your entire stay, a romantic private dinner on the beach (one night only) and breakfast daily. Honeymooners can indulge their senses and unwind at sunset with a mai tai at one of many places to watch the sun set and enjoy an intimate first-class dinner overlooking the ocean at many of the island’s well-known and wonderful restaurants.

What’s Hot:
The St. Regis Resort in Kauai: the ultimate in luxury and service! In Waikiki, the Starlight Luau at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, or the 2-hour couples massage at the Hyatt Regency’s Na Hoola Spa.

Must See:
The whales frolicking off the island of Maui. The sunset from the New Otani Hotel in Waikiki (look for the “green flash”). The ocean views while horseback riding at The Parker Ranch on the Big Island of Hawaii. Diamond Head Summit on Oahu. Kauai’s Waimea Canyon. Kayaking on Kauai. The Garden of the Gods on Lanai. Sunset Beach in Oahu.

Must Do:

STAY & Dine at “The Volcano House” on the Big Island of Hawaii. After dinner, literally rendezvous at the rim of the STEAMY volcano. Drive the Munro Trail on Lanai. In Honolulu, shop at Hilo Hattie’s and be sure to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center. Take the journey down the Wailua River to the sacred capital of ancient Kauai.

Must Know:

The weather is wonderful in Hawaii, but you must watch out for excessive exposure to the sun. Also, even though the weather is tropical, it can get cool at night. Be sure to bring a light jacket or sweater & just in case a lightweight raincoat. Due to the undertow and ocean rip currents; swim only where there is a lifeguard on duty.

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