Hawaii is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world. Finding accommodations is easy in Hawaii. Due to the myriad of choices you will have, it may be beneficial to get an early start to find just the right spot. Your first decision will be which or how many islands to visit. Each of the six major islands has its own character.
Which Island to Choose?
Kauai is the northernmost island. The natural beauty lends itself to outdoor adventure and romance. Hiking, kayaking and exploring the beauty of the “Island of Discovery” are the major attractions.
Oahu is home to the state capitol, Waikiki Beach and the most populated island. Here you will find a mix of culture and nature as well as all the modern day entertainment and amenities you find back in the continental United States.
Molokai boasts a population composed of nearly half being of native Hawaiian ancestry. You can get back to nature in the untamed wilderness on Molokai.
Lanai boasts of romance and privacy only found on “Hawaii’s Most Enticing Island”. Hiking, four wheel drive adventures and golf attract those seeking to get away from it all.
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Maui, the second largest island. Humpback whales and spectacular scenery have earned Maui the “Best Pacific Island” designation by the readers of Conde Naste Traveler.
Finally, Hawaii or “the Big Island”, offers everything from sandy beaches to snowcapped mountains. This largest island has it all to form Hawaii’s biggest playground.
Fabulous accommodations are available on all of the islands. The Marriott Ihilani on Oahu is a world class honeymoon resort. This renowned spa features luxury accommodations and gracious hospitality. The Fairmont Orchid on Hawaii, draws honeymooners seeking golf, tennis and ocean sports. Literally thousands of choices from all inclusive resorts, rental condominiums to quaint bed and breakfasts await you on every island.
The average couple spends nearly $5000.00 on a Hawaiian honeymoon. By booking in advance or last minute you can cut down on the costs. All inclusive stays may also be an economical alternative. Planning can be part of the fun.