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Friday, June 11, 2010

Weddings and Honeymoons in Hawaii by Derek Steneslow

Hawaii is without any doubt one of the most naturally beautiful and romantic holiday destinations in the world. Its no wonder that honeymoons in Hawaii are so popular as the perfect setting in which to embark upon wedded bliss. Dreamy beaches, tropical rain forest, picturesque sunsets ñ Hawaii offers couples the ideal backdrop for a unique wedding and an unforgettable honeymoon.



Hawaii offers a variety of wedding venues. You can get married barefoot on the beach, in a chapel adjacent to the ocean, inside lush tropical gardens, in a traditional church in Honolulu or flying high in a helicopter. A special experience is an authentic Hawaiian wedding according to the rites of the native population. The ceremony can be accompanied by traditional songs and be conducted by a Hawaiian priest. The Bride and Groom have the option to wear traditional Hawaiian robes and a conch player initiates the ceremony with the traditional calling of the Pu. You'll find an impressive list of venues and resources on the island for weddings and honeymoons in Hawaii, and expert wedding planners will attend to your every need. No effort is spared to make sure your special day turns out exactly as you imagined and that your honeymoon goes smoothly.



Once you have had your special day, the Islands of Aloha also offer you the perfect setting to start a wonderful life together. Honeymoons in Hawaii allow you to relax, unwind and start your married life in one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world. Accommodation ranges from 5 star luxury resorts to private boutique B&Bs and cater to everyones needs.



With 120 miles of coastline, Maui boasts over 30 miles of beautiful beaches for you to relax and unwind on honeymoons in Hawaii. On these world famous shores you will find white, black and red sand beaches, renowned surfing spots as well as some of the best beaches in the world to swim, snorkel and sunbathe.



Kilauea, the active volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on The Big Island has been erupting for more than 25 years, its lava creating a plume of steam as it spills into the Pacific Ocean. Encircling the crater of Kilauea Volcano is a 50 mile drive, which descends to the coast where visitors can view active lava flows plunging into the sea ñ a once in a lifetime experience for those desiring something exciting on honeymoons in Hawaii.



Oahu was the home of the Hawaiian monarchy, the birthplace of modern and big-wave surfing, and, as the site of Pear Harbor, the tipping point in the United Statesí involvement in World War II. Explore the historic places of Oahu, the perfect option for those looking for more than just sun, sand and surf during their honeymoons in Hawaii.



Share unforgettable views along the Napali Coast, within Waimea Canyon and on the cliffs of the Kilauea Lighthouse whilst spending your honeymoon on Kauai. Take a mid-morning drive to Opaekaa Falls or witness other incredible sights like the 80-foot Wailua Falls and the Spouting Horn blowhole at sunset.



Seven day itinerary with Travelbag, one of the leading operators to Hawaii (for travel 01 June - 30 June 2010 from LHR (regional departures available at a supplement): 7 nights Hyatt Regency Waikiki including flights with United Airlines from £1199 pp based on two travelling/sharing. For more info visit http://www.travelbag.co.uk/hotels/hawaii

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