Hawaiian Honeymoon Destinations:The Islands of Paradise, Where Romance Fills The Air!
You will have five different options to choose from when deciding which island or islands to visit during your Hawaiian honeymooon. They are each equally unique and beautiful in their own way.Because of the vast array of options you can choose to stay as long as you like and never have to experience the same thing twice. I would recommend that you stay ten days at the very least.
There is too much to see. You want to make sure that you don't miss a thing; and in most cases you have traveled so far to get there, you might as well make the most of your journey.
Oahu is a good place to start a honeymoon. You will have many different fine dining options, as well as some very good room service.
Honolulu will offer the most night life of any of the islands, so if you dare to venture out, this is the place to do so. There are two historic hotels located in Honolulu, the Royal Hawaiian and the Westin Moana Surfrider. They are both actually located on the same block. I highly recommend the Sheraton Moana Surfrider. The hotel is over a hundred years old, but has been kept so up-to-date that you will be surrounded in total luxury. Upon arrival you will be greeted in Hawaiian style with a fresh flower lei. Make sure to mention when making your reservations that this is a honeymoon. The hotel usually provides a special welcome gift for newlyweds. The hotel staff is ready to please; expect to be pampered.
The beach itself on Waikiki is nothing spectacular, but it is still a must on list of places to visit. If beaches are your thing, you should take a trip over to the north shore of Oahu before leaving the island for your next destination, Maui.
Maui, too, will offer ample opportunity for romance, a beautiful place to visit during a Hawaiian honeymoon. There is nothing more romantic than sipping a mai-tai on your balcony, while watching the sunset over the pacific.
The road to Hana is a popular attraction for visitors. Hana is a quiet town located on the eastern side of the island. The road to Hana is more about the journey than the actual destination. The trip should take about ten to twelve hours, allowing for plenty of stops along the way. The highway will take you by hundreds of breathtaking waterfalls, stunning black sand beaches, a forest reserve, and even a botanical garden.
A fun way to travel and see the sites would be to rent a jeep with four-wheel-drive, as some destinations are only accessible by four wheel drive; it's these secluded beaches that make for a great romantic place to stop during a Hawaiian honeymoon.
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