Post # 1
I was wondering if any one planned there honeymoon to Hawaii? I need some recommendations. We are hoping to go for 2 weeks and hit two Islands. We love the out doors and would like to see some of the Island. Thanks!
Post # 3
We are going to oahu (2 nights), maui (4 nights) and kauai (4 nights)…originally we didn’t want to do too much ‘hopping around’, but we may never go back there and want to see all three places.
We booked through liberty travel.
Post # 4
Kona Village. It’s absolutely amazing.
Post # 5
We’re spending a week on Maui (Haiku Cannery Inn) and then 4 Days on Oahu (undecided)
Post # 6
My DH and I went to Maui last October and it was amaaaaaaazing.
Post # 7
We’re honeymooning in Hawaii too – we are staying at the Four Seasons in Maui and the Royal Hawaiian on Oahu. I’ve heard nothing but amazing reviews about the Four Seasons – they spritz you with evian water! And the Royal Hawaiian seems rich with history, but recently redone. I keep hearing we have to do a helicopter tour, the road to Hana as well as the waterfalls in Maui, and of course Pearl Harbor in Oahu. Hope this helps : )
Post # 8
@JDBride: The Four Seasons is beautiful!! We stayed at the Grand Wailea but walked down the beach over to the Four Seasons for cocktails & dinner a couple of times. I’d love to stay there someday.
@Anna7548: If you go to Maui, get this guidebook. It details everything! Restaurants, hikes, tours, etc. You’ll end up in amazing places that tourists never know about. And I think they have guidebooks for the other islands too.
Post # 9
I second the *island* revealed books. Best guide books ever.
I’ve been to Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and Big Island. One trip I did Oahu, Maui and Big Island on a 10 day trip, and the other I did Kauai and big island for 10 days. Two islands and 10 days is a really relaxing and great pace for a hm – my top pick for just two island would be Kauai and Big. If you want to see another island, I dont think it’ll be rushed, since after all – its hawaii, its all relaxing. I’d definitely go to Maui too. Oahu just was as impressive to me, you get the shopping and a few sites, but i dont think it rivals the beauty and uniqueness of the other islands.
Post # 10
Kona Village was basically lost in the tsunami last month. They obviously closed and I believe they may not be re-opening because the loss was so enormous. Many of the bungalows completely swept away.