The Classic Hawaii Honeymoon!
The islands have managed to remain popular over the decades by offering a wide range of experiences to cater to different tastes.
Modern honeymooners are looking for their own unique niche, and for an experience that matches their own personality.
Your Travel agent qualifies your tastes with typical questions: “Do they want city lights and nightlife? You can get anything you need in Oahu—shows, dinners, or they can just stay in at their resorts.”
If you prefer action and activity, try hiking the Napali coastline on Kauai,
For romance, Maui is complied with action, adventure, white beaches—and a great nightlife!
Hotels and resort for honeymooners come in all shapes, sizes and price ranges. For our travelers wanting to keep up with or use there points, try a Starwood, Outrigger, Hilton or Hyatt property, which provide great, special amenities for honeymooners.
The ideal honeymoon is totally up to the couple. “Hiking, ziplining, spa treatments, Bike rides, and plain on sun and fun is captive on these beautiful islands for your enjoyment.
Want a private yacht your travel planner will have the connections to make it perfect for you.
Honeymooning couples tend to want to handpick or custom-build their vacation, and to seek the exclusive amenities that make a honeymoon special.
Maui is the most popular desitnation for honeymoons, followed by Kauai and the Big Island. The big Island of Hawaii being one of the more adventurous for the more active honeymooner.
Maui offers Iao Valley State Park to see the Iao Needle, a 2,250-foot rock pinnacle. Then Lahaina, “my favorite” for shopping and cute storefronts and visit the 60-foot-tall banyan tree. Take a snorkeling boat trip to Molokini Island for diving or snorkeling. And of course the Road to Hana and the Seven Sacred Pools are a must see for the first time Maui travler. Last but not least drive up to the Haleakala National Park watch the sun rise. It is cold and daring and you have to be up at the crack of dawn with a jacket and some internal warth, and be ready for the view and a daring experience.
Taking the family along for the experience!
First honeymoons for couples with young children and no babysitters, a “second honeymoon with their family. Activities abound for every age range, suites, villas, and conneting rooms to make you comforatable, so even the kiddies have extra space. And what about the Nanny?
Space and more than just a chair in the conner of the room to flop on at the end of a busy day is a much need for a long vacation. My favorite is Fairmont Kea Lani on Maui, offerining, rooms, suites and Villas. Condo properties at the Honua Kai on Maui, the Hilton Hawaiian Village on Oahu and the Hilton Waikoloa Village on the Big Island. It’s very family-oriented, but you can get a suite for the honeymoon couple. That’s great for blended families.” Waimea Plantation Cottages on Kauai, an authentic plantation with traditional bungalows as well as larger houses that can be booked out for a group.
Skip the crowds or blend right in to them, but make it special!
And you yes, how could I forget, a trip to lanai while the kids are with the nanny or the grand parents, steal away for a private sale to Lani and deserted white sand beaches.
It doesn’t get better than that!