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Oahu, the island known as ‘the heart of Hawaii’ showcases the region’s addictive blend of traditional culture and modern history, with manicured pineapple fields, world-class dining, lively nightlife and sensational surfing. On Oahu you’ll find a sophisticated town vibe, with entertainment, museums, festivals and shopping as well as beautiful beaches and countryside to relax and rejuvenate. If you fancy a little culture before the cocktails start you can visit Pearl Harbour and see the USS Arizona Memorial constructed astride the sunken battleship.
Part of the thrill of the region lies in its island hopping potential; whisk yourselves off to the islands of Maui – with it’s dramatic geography and small town charm, and Kauai – named ‘the garden isle’ full of mossy green mountainsides carved with dramatic cliffs, canyons and drenched with island mystery. You can pack plenty of action into your island days with some fast and thrilling biking down dormant volcanoes, kayaking, quad biking, mountain tubing, surfing, or perhaps you’d prefer to tear up the treetops on a zip wire. You can sail or take a helicopter tour of Na Pali Coast, wallow in Wailua Falls, watch the glow of active volcano Kilauea, visit pretty Hanalei Bay and tour the National Tropical Botanical Gardens. Touring the Kauai Coffee Company and visiting Namahana Farmers market is also a great way to experience Hawaiian life. Kauai’s primitive landscape and local flair gives visitors a truly authentic experience.
Hawaii Honeymoon Highlights
- Take a tour of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial on Oahu.
- Explore the dramatic volcanic landscape of Haleakala National Park on Maui.
- Feel the adrenalin when zip-wiring, quadbiking or mountain tubing on Kauai, just a few of the activities available.
- Watch the glow of Big Island’s Kilauea, Hawaii’s most active volcano.
- Enjoy riding, snorkelling with manta rays or sailing while on Big Island.
Your last stop could be the iconic Hawaii Island, or Big Island, as it’s known. Hawaii Island is the youngest and largest island in the Hawaiian chain, but it’s remarkable for more than just its size. Visit Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, or talk stories with a cultural demonstrator at Pu’uhonua O Honaunau, a historic park and once a place of refuge for ancient Hawaiian lawbreakers. Whether you’re walking on a black sand beach, snorkelling with manta rays, horse riding in Waimea or sailing along the Kona Coast, the Big Island is absolutely the island for lovers of adventure.
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