Hawaii is certainly among the destinations that are considered top most among honeymoon spots. The state is extremely popular with honeymooners and couples all over the world whom come here in search of the heavenly beaches – pristine sands and crystal clear waters, the unique culture across the islands, the huge array of adventurous activities, the numerous places to visit, entertainment, pulsating nightlife and a whole lot more. A Hawaiian honeymoon is one of the most complete experiences, and you will certainly lack for nothing while you are enjoying a honeymoon in Hawaii.
A word of introduction will not be amiss here. The Hawaiian islands are an archipelago, and in the south eastern end lies the main islands part of the group. These are in the order from south east to North east – Hawaii. Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai and Niihau. The island named Hawaii is called the Big island both because it is the largest, and to avoid confusing it with the state.
The thing about Hawaii is that it has so many aspects about it that are so varied and so unique, and it offers something for everyone. There are so many things to do in Hawaii that will appeal to everyone, regardless of age group. The natural beauty and the sheer authenticity of the cultural experiences on offer here make it one of the most rewarding honeymoon destinations ever. There are a huge number of Hawaiian Honeymoon destinations located all over the islands, and these are what make the island such a fascinating destination.
Top things to do in Hawaii – activities on a Hawaiian honeymoon . . .
Take a trip to the Big Island, to the Kilauea Volcano (an active volcano).
Get a load of the Hawaiian beach paradises, and marvel along with the rest of the world.
Cruise in a catamaran and watch whales.
Go to the island of Molokini and snorkel here.
Get your bike over to the Haleakala Mountain in Maui at about sunrise, and come down it.
Visit the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, the Waimea Canyon in Kauai.
Shoot a few holes at the numerous top notch gold courses in Hawaii.