The beautiful weather year round, world class beaches and some of the most dramatic sunset on the planet make it hard to beat the fiftieth State. Here is a guide to where to get put up on one of the five Hawaiian Islands.
The most crowded of the Hawaiian Islands, Oahu is denser than the other and one of the most visited by tourists. Honolulu, the most famous town on the island, is located here, as is the Waikiki area, home to the island’s main entertainment and nightlife scene is hopping. But Oahu is still packed with plenty of natural beauty and native culture and is the most convenient for the purpose of marriage because it has the largest and most frequent direct flights from the Mainland. Anyone who has ever dreamed of surfing should take heed because the north shore of Oahu is home to the world’s most storied waves at Sunset Beach, the beaches of Banzai, Pipeline and Waimea Bay.
The Best Place for a Wedding
Turtle Bay Resort. Just 45 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Honolulu is the Turtle Bay Resort, a large fertile covering more than five miles from the beach. Each of the rooms and cottages has ocean views, and 2 championship golf course ensure that guests link-love you will be well entertained.
The best place to get married in Hawaii is Halekulani. Host your wedding in one of the biggest and best in Oahu, and where the celebrity lived. Spend your wedding night (or more) in the Vera Wang Suite, created by the eponymous Bridal Designer, complete with a selection of signature beauty products, favorite movie, and Butler service.
Hawaii, Big Island
The Island of Hawaii called Big Island to avoid confusion. This (you might guess) in the network and offer a very diverse topography. In fact, 11 of the world’s 13 climate zones can be found on the island (there are even above the highest mountains of snow!). The landscape varies dramatically when you travel around the perimeter. Kona West coast has the lunar-like landscape that, while the northern and Eastern Coasts are wet and Super lush.
Check out lava flowing from Kilauea volcano hiking Tour Hawaii Volcanoes National Park–or, for a better look, take a helicopter tour. In addition, explore the rain forest region of the island, go horseback riding, ropes in snorkeling gear and get to know the coral reefs, or just lazing on the beach while enjoying tropical drinks.
Many visitors think of Maui as the most romantic Hawaii Island, perhaps because it is filled with waterfalls and rainbows. The beach is considered one of the best in the world. Active visitors will want to head for the West Coast, known affectionately to some as the “Golf Coast” and surfers (or those who aspire to high) will find some of the world’s most famous surf here. Drive along the stunning road to Hana, jaw-dropping routes huge cliffs overlooking beaches and lush forests. Of course, snorkeling, kayaking, whale watching, and all the activities you would expect from a tropical paradise should be on the agenda as well.