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Honeymoons in Hawaii: Top Destinations
Honeymoons in Hawaii: Top Holiday Lettings
The Best Honeymoon Destinations in Hawaii
Hawaii's islands have always been a dream holiday destination, and honeymoons here promise to be memorable. Your Hawaii honeymoon can be relaxed and romantic or action-packed and party-fuelled – whichever you wish. Embrace Hawaiian culture and its laid back, fun-filled lifestyle.
On the island of Oahu, you'll find the small town of Kailua set by two of the best public beaches in Hawaii. The deep green valley it rests in ends at Kailua Bay and is one of the most sought-after locations on the islands. Honeymoons here wouldn't be complete without a day walking around the hip surf and dive shops and artisan clothing stores, and even a handmade chocolate factory. The relaxed community feeling extends into the evenings, with low-key nightlife and eateries serving the order of the day.
The top choice for many honeymooners, Maui has some of the most luxurious offerings on the island. Check out Kaanapali Beach's pristine sand, and if you can tear yourself away from the beach, head inland. See historic market towns such as Lahaina, or explore the great fertile valley that lies between the two dormant volcanoes that created the island – it's why Maui is called 'The Valley Isle'.
There's a reason Hawaiians call Oahu 'the Gathering Place'. The island is home to some of the area's best restaurants, nightlife, and shops. The surfing mecca that is Oahu's north shore is also where the world championships are held every winter. You'll be amazed by the area's many attractions, which include famous Waikiki Beach, Honolulu (Hawaii's largest city), and the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. And a few miles north, you'll find Haleiwa Town, which has barely changed since it was established by missionaries in 1832.
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What to Do on Your Honeymoon in Hawaii
There's so much more to Hawaii than surfing and relaxing on perfect beaches. See how rum is made and sample the finished product, tour the interior of any of the eight main islands, or take in a concert after a great local meal. Hawaii has something for you every day and night of the week.
No trip to Hawaii would be complete without a visit to the Pearl Harbor National Memorial. Exhibitions and interactive displays give context to that date in history that brought America into WWII.
KoHana rum tour
Take a tour and enjoy the taste of this Hawaiian product known as one of the world's finest pure cane rums. Each tour starts with a tasting before your expert guide leads you through the history of Hawaiian rum. Explore the plantation before indulging in more tasting from your own souvenir glass.
Take to the skies
Why not take to the air and get a different perspective on these wonderful islands? See the tallest sea cliffs in the world at Moloka'i by helicopter or private plane, or if you're feeling adventurous, go sky-diving. You'll get a full video of your experience that shows the stunning landscape from a wider angle.
Get up close and personal with sharks
Not for the faint-hearted is a snorkelling trip with sharks without a cage. One Ocean is a conservation group of shark behaviour experts and marine biologists who want to share their insights on these magnificent creatures. You'll be in the water for up to 45 minutes to observe the sharks in their natural state.
Watch Hawaii being formed
An organised trip in the early morning or evening to Volcanoes National Park on Big Island will see you standing within a few metres of active lava flow – it's best seen at dusk or dawn.
Paddleboards, fireworks, and sealife
Friday nights at Waikiki Beach made spectacular by weekly firework shows. See the beach from a different perspective on a unique paddleboard tour, and watch the sea life glowing softly beneath you.
Treat yourself to a lavish and luxurious spa day at any one of the islands' unique speciality retreats. After all, you're on honeymoon, and you're worth it.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does holiday accommodation for Hawaii Honeymoon cost?
Holiday accommodation in Hawaii usually costs between £298 and £485 per night.
What types of holiday accommodation are available for Hawaii Honeymoon?
There's plenty of variety available when it comes to holiday accommodation for Hawaii Honeymoon, with 9,050 Hotel rooms and 8,449 Apartment rentals on offer.
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