Hawaii with its stunning natural beauty is perfect for those looking for a relaxing holiday. Not only is it suitable for a family or private vacation, but it is also the perfect destination for a honeymoon.
Since Hawaii consists of several islands, visiting this state means that you can choose which island you want to visit. It is not easy because every island has equally beautiful and unique attractions. To make it easier to choose which island you want to visit, you should know what each one has to offer. There are six enchanting Hawaiian islands to choose from for your honeymoon; Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai and the Big Island of Hawaii. All of these islands are filled with luxury five-star hotels and resorts that offer all-inclusive honeymoon packages for your convenience.
The island of Maui is known for its peaceful beaches, exciting wilderness and extravagant resorts. The main tourist attractions on the island include the city of Lahaina, St. Kaanapali and the Yao Valley in western Maui; The city of Kapalua and Kahakuloa in northern Maui; Hana Highway and the city of Hana on East Maui; Waile and Maken on South Maui; and the Haleakala Center in Central Maui.
Oahu is known for its water-related attractions as well as its outstanding cultural heritage. You can find many attractive tourist attractions such as Waikiki and Honolulu beaches, the famous Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona Memorial, the Marine Life Park and the Polynesian Cultural Center.
On the other hand, Kauai is perfect for a couple who loves outdoor activities because this island offers mostly natural attractions like pristine white beaches and challenging outdoor adventures like hiking, mountain biking, sailing, kayaking and fishing in the beautiful places Kauai has. This island is so beautiful that many Hollywood movies are made here.
If you want a more private honeymoon vacation, Molokai is the perfect place to visit. This island is more discreet than other islands in Hawaii, and it fills with attractions that are equally beautiful. In Molokai you can visit the pineapple plantation on Mauna Loi, Papohaku beach which is the largest white sand beach in the archipelago and Kalaupapa, a leper colony founded in 1866.
Many people say that visiting Lanai is like visiting your own private island. This island has stunning natural landscapes, cultural attractions, as well as five-star hotel and resort facilities.
The Big Island of Hawaii offers stunning views you can’t find anywhere else. Rare natural views you can find on the island include the world’s most active volcano Kilauea crater, black sand beaches that are the result of volcanic activity and a rare green sandy beach located on Ka Lae.