Our Favorite Places in Hawaii
Explore Kaui's rugged terrain and stunning coastlines, featuring the famous Poipu Beach Park and helicopter or boat rides to the towering sea cliffs of the Na Pali Coast.
Take in the and attractions on the most populated and recognized island on TV and film, featuring Honolulu, Waikiki Beach, Hanauma Bay, the North Shore and Pearl Harbor.
Relax on Maui's beaches and enjoy golfing on world-class courses. Don't miss whale watching, Haleakala's inactive volcano and Hana's coastline and waterfalls.
The biggest but least populated island, escape to its sandy beaches, snowcapped mountains, waterfalls, rainforests, Kilauea's lava flows and Kona's calm waters.
Hawaii honeymoon and travel guide
Looking for honeymoon packages in Hawaii? We'll help you find the top Hawaii hotels and resorts for your romantic getaway! Hawaii is one of the most popular U.S. honeymoon destinations, and is actually composed of six islands. With year-round sunshine and stunning landscapes, each island makes a perfect honeymoon destination and offers a distinct personality.
Kauai is for adventurous honeymooners, offering beautiful and rugged terrain and stunning coastlines. The oldest and northernmost island, Kauai features Poipu Beach Park and helicopter or boat rides to the towering sea cliffs of the Na Pali Coast.
Oahu is the most populated and recognized on TV and in the movies. With Honolulu and Waikiki Beach, it offers an active night life, shopping and natural and cultural wonders, such as Hanauma Bay, the legendary North Shore and Pearl Harbor.
Maui has some of the best beaches in the world and appeals to honeymooners seeking fewer crowds, luxury hotels, boutique shopping and world-class golf. Don't miss its whale watching, the top of Maui's inactive volcano, Haleakala, the historic town of Lahaina and the gorgeous waterfalls and wild coastline views of Hana.
The island of Hawaii, known as the Big Island, is the least populated and a perfect setting for a private honeymoon away from the crowds. It boasts diverse landscapes including sandy beaches, snowcapped mountains, waterfalls and rainforests. Be sure to check out the botanical gardens in Hilo, the calm and clear water of Kona and Kilauea's lava flows.
The other two islands, Lanai and Molokai, are less populated and do not experience as much tourist traffic, but their rustic and untamed beauty is unparalleled.