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5 Things to Do on an Oahu Honeymoon
Have you recently selected Oahu as the destination for your upcoming honeymoon? If so, congratulations! You are sure to have the honeymoon of your dreams. Oahu is filled with beauty, romance, fun, and anything else that the heart desires.
When it comes to vacations, many travelers automatically think of hotels and vacation resorts. While Oahu is filled with great hotels and vacation resorts, you will want to take the time to examine Oahu vacation rentals, namely a private beach house rental.
Oahu beach house rentals are perfect for honeymoons. Why? For starters, the beach. The beaches of Hawaii are known for being beautiful and romantic. What could be better than waking up to that beauty and romance every morning of your honeymoon? Whether you are staying right along the beach or simply just have a good view of it, romance will be in the air!
It is also important to touch on privacy. When you stay at an Oahu beach house rental, you and your new spouse should be on the only tourists onsite. This means that you can come and go as you please and show your love for each other without having to worry about offending or disrupting other tourists.
2 – Visit Lanikai Beach
As previously stated, the beaches of Oahu are known for their beauty and their romance. One beach that you will want to stop by is that of Lanikai Beach. Lanikai Beach is perfect for those on honeymoons, like yourself, as it is off the beaten path. Although it is increasing in popularity among tourists, it is still referred to as a hidden treasure.
As for why Lanikai Beach isn’t overcrowded, it is due to being located in a residential area. There are, however, multiple public access points for you to use. Once you arrive at the beach, you won’t find any restroom or lifeguards, but you will find paradise. Just a few of the activities that you can enjoy at this beach include swimming, snorkeling, picnicking, and sunbathing.
If you opt to stay at a nearby Oahu beach house rental, you can make it in time for the morning sunrise, which will astound you.
3 – Kayak to Mokulua and Mokumanu
In keeping with visiting Lanikai Beach, if you decide to stay at an Oahu beach house rental nearby, you should have the opportunity to kayak to the nearby twin islands. These islands are known as Mokulua and Mokumanu. All you have to do is visit Lanikai Beach, view them from the coast and you will automatically want to make the trip.
Kayaking can not only be fun, but romantic as well, especially when you reach the destination. The twin islands of Mokulua and Mokumanu are bird sanctuaries. Kayak rental stations are located nearby.
4 - Visit Shark’s Cove
Snorkeling, as previously stated, is an activity that is perfect for honeymoons. Not only can it be fun and exciting, but it can also be romantic. One of the best destinations for snorkeling on the island of Oahu is that of Sharks Cove, which is located on the North Shore. Here, you will find a reef, which is home to a vast array of wildlife. All of which you can see up close and personal.
Reef sharks are commonly seen in the area. Although regarded as relatively harmless, it is still wise to use your best judgment. Speaking of best judgment, keep a close eye on the water. It is recommended that you do not enter the water here during the winter months, as it can be fierce and dangerous.
5 – Visit the Iolani Palace
On your honeymoon, you want to feel like royalty. What better way to get the process started than to see how royalty lived? You can do so by visiting the Iolani Palace. According to its website, it is “the only official state residence of royalty in all of the United States.” Guided tours are available daily, the Palace gift shop is a must visit, and you may find free concerts on Fridays.
As an important reminder, there is so much for you to do and see while on a Hawaiian honeymoon. The above mentioned activities and attractions are just to help you get started.
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