Hawaii Honeymoon Tips

On the latest Hawaii Vacation Connection Podcast, Aloha Bruce and Lanai Tabura will talk about honeymooning in Hawaii. Of course, the Aloha State is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations the world over. They’ll also muse over the fact that it’s been “cold” in Hawaii over the past few weeks. It’s been 65 degrees at the beach!

We’ll talk about how Maui has become the go-to honeymoon destinations for newlyweds through internet searches. Maui is certainly a wonderful destination for the recently married. But each island in Hawaii holds its own charms, and the best way to to choose your Hawaii honeymoon destination is to talk to the experts personally instead of simply booking air/room/car online.

Aloha Bruce and Hawaii Aloha Travel offer the kind of personal service that gives newlyweds the kind of inside local knowledge that will make your honeymoon truly unique and forever memorable.

Aloha Bruce and Lanai will talk about how many honeymooners “over-plan” their Hawaii experience. Even though interisland flights are fairly short, an hour at most, an interisland flight also involves rental car returns, security lines, and jam-packed flights. What might sound like a quick trip to a neighbor island usually involves at least a half-day, which many visitors do not expect when planning on their own.

With their typical humor and insight, Aloha Bruce and Lanai will also talk about the importance of picking the right island for your honeymoon. Multi-island Hawaii visits are certainly possible. The best way to make the most of your time in Hawaii is to talk to experts like Aloha Bruce and Hawaii Aloha Travel.

As most Hawaii honeymooners are between 25-45 years old, many will want to find accommodations that offer child-free swimming pools and eateries. It’s not unusual for young couple to want to spend their honeymoon away from other people’s children. Aloha Bruce and Lanai will help sort out how best to find what you are looking for on your Hawaii honeymoon, and how to get the most out your honeymoon budget.

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