Where to Honeymoon in Hawaii
Plan the perfect honeymoon in Hawaii. Find the best beaches, resorts, attractions and things to do at these exciting honeymoon destinations in Hawaii.
Discover the best of Hawaii’s beaches, nightlife, hotels and attractions – as well as a choice of outdoor activities for adventurous couples – with our comprehensive guide to the best honeymoon destinations in Hawaii. Also, check out the monthly weather conditions – so you can arrive when the weather is dry and sunny.
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Say ‘aloha’ to Maui – the number one honeymoon destination in Hawaii and a favourite of newlywed couples around the world!
Blessed with gorgeous white-sand beaches, lush tropical rainforest, stunning waterfalls, rugged volcanic peaks and fabulous resorts, the ‘Valley Island’ of Maui offers all the ingredients you need for a magical honeymoon.
Oahu is home to Hawaii’s capital city of Honolulu, the famous beach suburb of Waikiki and world-renowned surf beaches on the North Shore, including Waimea Bay and Ehukai Beach.
Discover a choice of golden- and white-sand beaches that gently shelve into sparkling turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkelling in summer and surfing in winter. The stylish Waikiki Beach area provides endless options for shopping, dining and entertainment.
Almost circular in shape, with a lush picture-perfect landscape of tropical rainforest, towered cliffs and more than 60 stunning white-sand beaches, Kauai is renowned as one of the world’s most idyllic islands – perfect for a romantic honeymoon holiday.
Formed more than six million years ago by volcanoes, the primal landscape of Hawaii’s oldest island has been captured in many movie scenes including King Kong, Raiders of the Lost Ark, South Pacific and Jurassic Park.
Hawaii's most secluded island offers honeymoon couples a choice of stunning golden-sand beaches renowned for their scenic beauty, and crystal clear waters that boast some of the best snorkelling in the Hawaiian islands.
Lanai attracts travellers who appreciate pristine natural wonders, uncrowded beaches, serenity and seclusion. With no nightlife to speak of, Lanai is best suited for those looking to get away from it all and is perfect for kicking back and spending private time together on a secluded beach.
Molokai is home to Hawaii’s longest white-sand beach (Papohaku Beach), the world’s highest sea cliff (Kahiwa Falls), remote black-sand beaches, ancient heiau (pre-Christian temples), lush rainforests and the only barrier reef north of Australia.
At only 68,000ha in total, the whole island can be driven tip-to-tip in just a few hours and is the ideal Hawaiian destination for travellers searching for privacy and seclusion.
Latest update Where to Honeymoon in Hawaii: 7 June, 2017