6 Hawaiian Islands You and Your S.O. Need to Hit Up On Your Honeymoon
After months of vendor meetings, fittings, tastings, and one too many late night DIY sessions, you’re ready to pack those bags and reap the rewards of a sweet, sweet getaway with your other half! If you’re hoping to wind down and bask in your newlywed bliss, you probably want to consider these six Hawaiian islands for your honeymoon, tailor-made for two.
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Spend the day sharing adventures, from watching the sunrise atop Haleakala to watching the sunset from Waikiki Beach. When the day is done, sip champagne while relaxing to the rhythmic ebb and flow of the ocean. Tomorrow, there are beaches to explore. Sunsets to chase. Surprises to stumble upon. You’ll see why the special moments of your trip to Hawaii become even more memorable when they’re shared together. So, scroll on. You can thank us later…
1. Chill out in Kauai.
After the wedding whirlwind dies down, all you you want to do is unwind. Whether you’re kayaking down Wailua River to a cascading waterfall, taking romantic late night walks down the 50 miles of white sand beaches, or heading to Waimea Canyon for an intimate dinner set to a backdrop you won’t soon forget, you and your S.O. will be in full on chill mode on the beautiful island of Kauai.
2. Play in Oahu.
For those looking for a little adventure, Oahu is pretty much the place to be. In fact, you and your partner can actually ride the waves where surfing first originated — Waikiki. After a day in the sun, share a bottle of wine at some of the coolest farm to table restaurants or explore the exotic culture and vibrant art at local festivals. Keep your energy up though, because when the sun goes down, it’s time to get those dancing shoes on!
3. Kick back in Maui.
Looking for a laid back honeymoon? Maui’s mixture of luxurious resorts and charming small towns is perfect for you. Whether you’re cuddling under a blanket at the top of Haleakala Crater, sailing on a cruise watching humpback whales, or strolling through the quaint town featuring local artists. No wonder it’s one of the top honeymoon destinations in the world!
4. Feel like royalty in Lanai.
This is the perfect escape-from-it-all getaway for newlyweds who want an elevated exotic beach destination. You and your other half can relax on your own in a luxurious and secluded island. With two Four Season Resorts pampering you, there’s nothing more exquisite than this romantic escape. The tranquil atmosphere creates the perfect serenity that you both have been craving since saying “I do”.
5. Explore Molokai.
The well-travelled couple will love uncovering the unspoiled and simpler life in this part of Maui County. If you’re all about the road less travelled, literally, you can create a personal experience here that will be beyond memorable for the both of you. The grounds stay true to the area’s cultural authenticity with no traffic lights, and all that remains is the quiet and humble town of Kaunakakai. Plus, enjoy an undisturbed sky lit up with stars!
6. Discover the Island of Hawaii.
The intoxicating island of Hawaii is the largest of the chain. Home to the incredible Akaka Falls and the active Kilauea Volcano, you and your S.O. can enjoy exploration, adventure, and culture. Snorkel with manta rays in the morning, horseback ride in Waimea in the afternoon, and end your day with a glass of bubbly while dining on local Hawaiian cuisine. Does it get any better than that?
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