#2 Honeymoon Countdown Destination:

#2: Hawaii

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Volcanoes, forests, white sand beaches, and dramatic coastline are just a few of the things that Hawaii has to offer. Hawaii was made to bring couples together, it would seem. There are eight main islands, so your choice is broad and you can explore them all or claim one to devote your time to. Some of the most popular and most romantic are:

Hilo

Hilo is a lush tropical town where wild orchids and beautiful red anthuriums thrive in the abundant rains. Travel northward and visit the 250,000 acre Parker Ranch, one of the largest cattle spreads in the U.S., where you can wander and watch the work of paniolos.

Honolulu

Hawaii’s capital is indeed the jewel city of the Pacific. From Diamond Head and the world-famous beaches of Waikiki, to the inspiring memorials of Pearl Harbor and the Punchbowl National Cemetery, to the only royal palace ever constructed on U.S. soil.

Kailua

Located along Hawaii’s western shore, where the slopes of Mauna Loa and Hualalai meet the sea, the Kona Coast is a region of endless lava fields and golden Pacific sunsets. The clear waters are perfect for diving, snorkeling, and deep-sea fishing. At the heart of the Kona Coast lies the charming resort village of Kailua. Because two other “Kailuas” exist within the state, the Big Island’s Kailua is often called Kailua-Kona for clarity.

Kauai

Kauai, Hawaii’s most beautiful island, beckons you. Crystal pools, magnificent waterfalls, stunning sunsets and sparkling beaches – you can find them all in the Garden Island of the Pacific. Feel the genuine hospitality of Kauai, its warm and welcoming people, and share in the true spirit of Aloha.

Lahaina, Maui

The Hawaiian phrase “Maui No Ka Oi” means “Maui is the best.” You’ll agree, after a visit to the enchanting Valley Isle. Explore the old whaling town of Lahaina and the nearby West Maui Mountains. Or explore Haleakala National Park and its 10,000-foot volcano crater. Then travel the road to Hana and experience a true taste of old Hawaii. Or snorkel off the emerald island of Lanai, where you’ll delight in pristine reefs and colorful marine life.

The Hawaiian culture offers its guests spectacular honeymoon and anniversary options with a vast amount of things to enjoy and partake in. Some special trips in Hawaii include a trip to Aston Islander in Kauai that includes 5 nights from $455 per person with 5th night free as well as free car rental. Another awesome deal is at Kanapali Beach in Maui. This special includes 5 nights, daily breakfast and a $50 dinning credit all for $829 per person. Upgrades are also available for $75 more

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It is never too early to begin planning your honeymoon or destination wedding. Earlier is better because we can secure you the accommodations you desire at even lower, early bird discount prices.

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I co-own Best Cruises and Travel Now, a full service, home-based travel agency. Our customers save a lot of time, a lot of money, a lot of aggravation from travel mistakes, while we give them expert, personalized travel advice and excellent customer service. Since we are affiliated with Cruise Planners/American Express, our clients can pay for part or all of their trip using their American Express Reward points! We specialize in specialty and theme cruises and trips, honeymoons and destination weddings, corporate travel and sales incentive trips, family and school reunions and friends getaways. We will exceed your expectations!
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