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Hawaii Honeymoon

Maui is the best Hawaiian island for a honeymoon. It's considered the most romantic of all the islands. Its northernmost beach, Kaanapali Beach, hosts a nightly tiki torch lighting that ends with a spectacular sunset.

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An average seven-day honeymoon trip to Hawaii costs approximately $7,000, which includes an average of $1,200 in airfare, $500 a night in accommodations, $1,800 for food and drink, and about $500 for additional activities. Of course, depending on the time of year, you can shop around and pull it off for less.

Our top recommended hotel for your Hawaiian honeymoon is the Ritz Carton in Kapalua. This oasis in Maui is perfect for honeymooners who want to experience the highest end of resort service and indulge in serene luxury. The 54 acre property has something for everyone and is one of the top honeymoon resorts in the world.

Nestled on 54 acres on the island of Maui in Kapalua, Hawaii, The Ritz-Carlton showcases a stunning destination resort for your honeymoon where you can indulge in luxury and connect with Hawaiian culture.

In addition to honeymoons, The Ritz-Carlton in Kapalua is known for unforgettable destination weddings. They offer full-service wedding coordination and the 450+ room resort can support all of your guests.

Resting on the picturesque Kona-Kohala coast of Hawaii Island, the Four Seasons in Hualalai offers an incredible Hawaiian honeymoon escape. The resort combines the warm aloha of the Islands with the impeccable signature service recognized by Four Seasons guests worldwide.

There are six Hawaiian islands on which to honeymoon. Each island has its own unique lure and incredible tropical experiences to share. Below is our rankings for the best islands for a Hawaii honeymoon and an overview on each island.

Lanai is the smallest Hawaiian Island (of the six open to the public). A honeymoon in Lanai is perfect for those looking to escape the crowds. Only 50,000 people visit Lanai every year (less than 1% of all tourists visiting Hawaii). Known as Pineapple Island (due to its former island-wide pineapple plantation), the island is now mostly owned (97%) by the founder of Oracle, Larry Ellison. There are two Four Seasons resorts on the Island that make for incredible honeymoon destinations. The Four Seasons Lanai is our top recommended hotel in Hawaii.

Among all of the Hawaiian islands, Molokai is the least hospitable for honeymooners due to the lack of established hotels and resorts. While not an ideal place to honeymoon, Molokai is a beautiful island that is the birthplace of hula, home to the Kalaupapa National Historical Park, hosts the highest sea cliffs in the world, and is surrounded by the longest continuous fringing reef.

Serene, restful, exciting, and exotic, Hawaii consistently ranks among the most desired honeymoon destinations on the planet. The state's six major islands offer heavenly Hawaiian experiences, but each island beats to the tune of its own drum. Wondering which island might resonate best for your honeymoon? Check out our Hawaiian island breakdown and read along for our ultimate guide to honeymooning in the Aloha State.

Oahu is the pulsing heart of Hawaii. Here, you'll find a mixture of big city living with beach-centric pleasures. Home to the state capital of Honolulu (and Hawaii's largest airport), Oahu is a great first introduction to the state. World-class resorts, renowned beaches, restaurants, shops, and hikes provide honeymooners with plenty of opportunities to discover all angles of the Hawaiian lifestyle. If you like the idea of flip-flopping between bustling city life and laid-back beach towns in pure luxury, Oahu is here to please.

Maui is loaded with luxury, romance, and beautiful beaches. Even among Hawaii's already-stellar international reputation, Maui stands out as an island paradise destination all by itself. Formed by two massive volcanoes, Maui boasts jungle valleys, long stretches of resort-lined beaches, hidden inland towns, and gorgeously scenic coastal drives. Altogether, this is the Hawaiian beach honeymoon that you've probably envisioned and definitely deserve. What to do on your Maui honeymoon:

After days of sunbathing with your feet in the sand, rent a car to drive the Hana Highway. Replete with dramatic jungle cliffs, roadside food stands, bamboo forests, backcountry hikes, and secret swimming holes, this is one of the greatest honeymoon road trips in the world. Reminisce hilarious wedding moments with a beer and some snacks at the Maui Brewing Company - Hawaii's largest - or opt for a cocktail-pairing dinner (dubbed Bitters & Bites) at Andaz Maui at Wailea to cap the day.

It's no secret that we have a bit of a crush on Maui, so we compiled a list of the top 8 things to do on a Maui honeymoon. Coupled with our Maui honeymoon destination guide, you're sure to experience the best of this world-famous island.

Hawaii's greenest island is rich in natural wonders like parks, caves, and waterfalls. Kauai is the lushest and wettest Hawaiian island, where green velvet-like mountains soar, riverside jungles sing, and hidden valleys beg to be explored. This is absolutely the Hawaiian island for nature-buffs and honeymooners that prefer to add an "off-the-beaten-path" element to their itinerary. Don't let Kauai's serene seclusion fool you, however. The Garden Island is dotted with jaw-dropping exclusive resorts and farm-to-table restaurants.

All honeymooners on Kauai should insert at least one massive hike into their plans. Our favorites can be found in Waimea Canyon, dubbed the Grand Canyon of the Pacific thanks to its massive gorges and numerous lookout points. Brave a bumpy, dirt road to take advantage of a secluded 12-mile stretch of sands at Polihale State Park for a special day of beachfront lounging. For watersports like kayaking and stand-up-paddleboarding, head to Hanalei River. The river is bounded by lush vegetation and flows slowly enough for you to appreciate the serene surroundings at a romantic pace.

Hawaii Island is referred to as Big Island so that visitors don't confuse the place with the state, but also because Big Island is bigger than all of Hawaii's other islands combined. With so much size, it's no wonder Big Island has so much to offer. From thriving rainforests and secluded beaches to historic villages, massive lava fields, and gushing waterfalls, Big Island is a land of extreme diversity. This is an ideal Hawaiian island to visit for honeymooners that want a little bit of everything without having to island-hop.

Tiny Lanai sits just 9 miles off the coast of Maui, yet it feels worlds apart. This little island is enticing in its seclusion and serenity. The former pineapple plantation is now home to just three hotels and 3,000 locals. The result is an intimate Hawaiian island that is perfect for beach bum couples that are looking to enjoy their honeymoon days basking in supreme bliss. Rest, relax, and recharge - Lanai is an island paradise of rejuvenation.

Molokai is the least developed Hawaiian island. There are no buildings taller than a palm tree, no traffic lights to dictate the flow, and certainly no crowds of tourists. Locals pride themselves on this and seek to preserve the native Hawaiian lifestyle. Honeymooners should know that a trip to Molokai will be different from any of Hawaii's other inhabited islands. A visit here is a way to explore and engage with the roots of Hawaiian culture while enjoying Hawaii's stunning nature free from commercialism (and likely, any other honeymooning couples). Molokai is not for everybody, and might not be ideal for a first visit to Hawaii. But its authentic preservation of Hawaii's past along with a beautiful bounty of untouched landscapes makes it entirely worth considering for an unconventional Hawaii honeymoon.

This ultra-tranquil compound comprises four adults-only suites set in a lovingly restored 1938 plantation house. For those who want even more privacy, there are nine vacation rental units. For a honeymoon, we suggest splurging on the 700-square-foot Ali'i Royal Suite (pictured), which includes a wet bar, a two-person whirlpool tub, and private lanai.

At Koloa Landing Resort you can find deluxe studios and large villas that feature floor-to-ceiling windows. The landscape of this hotel is gorgeous and perfect for honeymooners who are looking to get away from a beautiful setting.

Popular opinion amongst the most experienced Hawaiian travelers is that Kauai is the best island. It is the fourth largest island and does not pull in the amount of tourism that the other islands do, which makes it quiet, relaxed and secluded; perfect for a romantic getaway. Their incredibly scenic mountains, clear blue water, adorable restaurants, and breathtaking hiking views will make sure that honeymooners never want to leave.

Apart from immersing yourself in the mesmerizing view of the sea from Waikiki with its breezy palms and inviting grounds, you can also go swimming, snorkeling, hire a canoe or a kayak. The waters of the Waikiki will surely remain etched in your mind for the rest of your life, allowing you to relive your honeymoon years later!

Spend your time in Hawaii at two of the best-rated and luxurious honeymoon resorts in Hawaii. After arriving in Maui, make your way to Four Seasons Maui at Wailea Resort. The beachfront resort has 3 pools including an adults-only infinity pool with a swim-up bar and complimentary cabanas. Snorkel with sea turtle right off the shore of the beach in front of the resort and add additional activities like zip-lining, the road to Hana, helicopter tours, and much more. 041b061a72


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