Kapalua, Maui
D.T. Fleming Beach in West Maui
Waikiki Beach - views from the Royal Hawaiian
Oahu island
Kahala, Oahu
Haleakala National Park
Lahaina, Maui
East Maui
Hamoa Beach, Maui
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The Hawaiian islands are so diverse that you can spend your honeymoon on a secluded beach, or experience the excitement of shopping, nightlife and people watching on Waikiki Beach on Oahu. The island offer many great honeymoon resorts.

Navigate the famous Hana road along the east coast of Maui and you will end up at Travaasa Hana, a paradise for honeymooners who crave seclusion and luxury service. You can get pampered at the spa, eat delicious meals and head to the beautiful Hamoa Beach. Or hang out next to one of the hotel pools on your romantic couples getaway.

For those who prefer a large resort for their romantic honeymoon, Maui offers many choices, including the Fairmont Kea Lani Maui, Grand Wailea Resort in Wailea.

If you are planning to play a lot of golf, Kapalua Resort on the West Coast of Maui offers two championship golf courses and luxury accommodations, including The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua.

A wide choice of vacation activities can be found on Oahu where you can go shopping, scuba diving, visit a museum, take a surfing lesson and enjoy island nightlife. Waikiki Beach offers several honeymoon hotels. If you like pink-inspired decor, stay at the historic Royal Hawaiian hotel. Or book a luxury room with a view of the ocean at Halekulani Hotel.

The Kohala Coast on the Big Island of Hawaii is another great honeymoon idea for couples who can choose from a number of sandy beaches and accommodation options. The Fairmont Orchid is a luxury hotel located at the Mauna Lani Resort, complete with a spa, private beach and many water based activities. Book a couples massage at the spa in one of the huts over the man-made waterfall. If you prefer, you can rent one of the condos in the area which often end up being more affordable. Mauna Lani Bay Hotel is another romantic option.