One wonderful thing about a honeymoon in Hawaii is you do not have to wonder what clothes to pack. In the summertime, the average daytime temperature is about 85 degrees and in the wintertime it is 78 degrees, so no matter when you visit, the weather is sure to be perfect.
The state of Hawaii is six islands that offer activities from a romantic stroll on the beach to bike riding down the side of a volcano. If the two of you love water sports such as paddling in an outrigger canoe, surfing, snorkeling, boating or swimming, the warm Pacific Ocean waters are very inviting. Naturally, while you are visiting, you will want to attend a luau and take a few hula lessons too.
On Oahu, you will not want to miss the Polynesian Cultural Center where the spirit of Hawaiian culture is captured in shows with over 100 islanders performing traditional Polynesian songs and dances. Here you can also see villages that represent the historic island lifestyle of two centuries ago.
Oahu, Hawaii also specializes in festivals featuring traditional music, crafts and Pacific Island cuisine. Every history buff will want to take a tour of historic Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona, and on Oahu's North Shore, find some of the best surfing in the world and some of the best nightlife in Hawaii. A spectacular view of Honolulu awaits you from the summit of Diamond Head; the location of America's only royal residence, the Iolini Palace.
The Big Island of Hawaii is home to fields of sugar cane and coffee, along with Kilauea, an active volcano. Another volcano, 13,796-foot tall Mauna Kea and its vast lava fields are another unique site on this island, along with rain forests, numerous waterfalls and gorgeous, peaceful beaches.
The island of Kauai is known as "The Garden Island." This relaxing, lush, green tropical paradise offers cascading waterfalls, incredible fruits and flowers, and warm, beautiful beaches. The Kilauea Lighthouse and Kilauea Point Wildlife Refuge a nesting reserve for albatross, boobies, and several other tropical bird species, are both on Kauai.
If you would like to take in the stunning beauty of the islands but also need to economize, you might consider camping as an alternative to pricey hotels. Hawaii has two national parks, 52 state parks, and dozens of county parks covering 25,000 acres. Campsites cost as little as $5 per night, or are free with a paid park admission. Camping is one sure way to become immersed in the natural splendor of Hawaii.
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Whichever Hawaiian island you choose, or if you choose to visit all six, the Hawaiian honeymoon offers that perfect touch of romance that you will never forget.