Honeymooning on the beautiful isles of Hawaii
Many people dream of visiting Hawaii and going there for a honeymoon is just the icing on the cake of wedded bliss dreams. No other place holds such allure of passion and romance.
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Hawaii is a group of islands just off the southwest coast of the United States. It has a range of activities to choose from like nature watching, surfing, and volcanoes. The most popular destinations are Hawaii, Maui, Kauai, Lanai, Molokai and Oahu, each with its own variety of sights and things to do. Many honeymooners enjoy island hopping for each day of their stay.
If you’ve dreamed of a real luau on a cozy beach then Hawaii is the perfect destination and a fabulous way to start your new life. Imagine long walks along moonlit beaches and even sleeping out under the stars if you’d like.
Accommodations in Hawaii vary from beach bungalows to five star resort hotels and can vary from island to island as some of the islands prefer a more primitive feel rather than a modern atmosphere.
Molokai is full of rustic charm and offers seclusion for the couple wanting to spend quality time alone. It is also a haven for couples who enjoy water life. Several thousand whales migrate there each year. If you love to whale watch, scuba or snorkel, this is the island for you.
Oahu is the most populated island but only the third largest, so if you want to mix and mingle with the people, this is the place for you.
Maui is one of the most popular island destinations and offers a ton of things to do and see. It is a picturesque paradise and is well known for its beautiful waterfalls, walking the bamboo forest, dolphin watching, para-sailing and other water activities like snorkeling and scuba.
Lanai is a bit rugged with a large rainforest and pineapple groves. It may not seem as modern as the larger ideas but that is truly its main appeal, the splendor of an untouched landscape.
If you can afford to spend more than a week in Hawaii you’ll be so glad you did. With several islands to visit you don’t want to feel rushed.
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