More than you imagined, Oahu is a rich and romantic honeymoon destination. Hold hands under the blue skies of Waimea Bay, leaving footprints in the sand. Unwind in the gentle waves of Waikiki. Enjoy a couple's lomilomi massage in one of Oahu’s fine resorts. 112 miles of sandy beaches and endless activities await the two of you on Oahu.
Say goodbye to the stresses of wedding planning as you both explore the beauty of Oahu's outdoors. Discover the sweet, rustic charm of the North Shore. Kayak to the Mokulua Islands off of beautiful Kailua Beach. Explore the Koolau mountains by horseback at Kualoa Ranch. Hike, take a tandem surfing lesson, go on a sunset sail, or even skydive together. The adventures are endless.
And the fun doesn’t stop as the sun sets. Explore Oahu’s vibrant culture and arts scene at lively festivals or monthly events like First Friday in Downtown Honolulu and Chinatown. Listen to live music and get a taste of Hawaii Regional Cuisine at some of Hawaii’s finest restaurants. You can even spend 24-hours in Waikiki, experiencing a whirlwind of activities together.
From romantic sunsets to candlelight dinners celebrating your new life together, the “Heart of Hawaii” is where you’ll discover the honeymoon of your dreams.
Let Hawaii Forest & Trail show you an authentic Oahu, utilizing our unparalleled land access and interpretive guiding approach to provoke authentic place-based experiences that illuminate the island’s unique regions through in-depth interactions with our nature and culture. Our Hawaii Oahu tours offer a different perspective.
The Umauma Falls and ZipLine Experience is Hawaii's best 9-Line zipline experience. Enjoy beautiful ocean views and lush tropical vegetation while you zip over 14 waterfalls, including the famous triple-tier Umauma Falls and almost 2 miles of ziplining excitement. It's an experience of a lifetime!
Come visit our honey & bee farm in Captain Cook! Take a beekeeping farm tour & join us as we open a beehive. Sample our organic honeys, all produced from rare blossoms found on the Big Island, and browse our store and museum full of honey, beeswax products and beekeeping memorabilia.
Often acclaimed as the most beautiful area in Hawaii, this garden is a photographer’s and nature lover’s paradise. Featuring over 2,500 species of tropical plants from around the globe, an orchid garden, macaw aviary and oceanfront walk.
Kahi Ola Mau Farm is the home of Honoka'a Chocolate Co. Located just mauka of the historic plantation town of Honoka'a, we offer farm tours and tastings of the small-batch artisan chocolates that we make on-site in our farm store, made from cacao beans from around the globe, including Hawaii.
Kona Lisa is 100% Kona, Estate coffee. We hand pick, sun-dry, custom roast for a remarkably smooth cup. Stop by the farm, or visit us at the Kona Lisa Coffee & Tea Bar at neighboring Paleaku Gardens! Enjoy a cup of Kona Lisa while strolling through the scenic Peace Gardens in the heart of Kona!
Explore the Big Islands largest collection of Orchids. Over 1,000 on display in our Orchid Maze & for purchase. Join a behind the scenes Orchid Farm Tour and Tasting. Plant and take home your own baby orchid and leave room for dessert as you sample our Poha Ice Cream and shop our unique giftshop!
Take a Fun Filled Wagon Ride through one of Oahu's most Beautiful Farms and learn about the history, people and crops of this special place! Visit our Farm Café for Fine Country Gifts, Fresh Island Fruit and Tasty Treats from our Fields!
HO'OMAU RANCH! Horseback riding, ATV/UTV Tours & Ranch Stay. Rare endemic, critically endangered tree species Loulu Palm Pritchardia Schattaueri, Mehamehame, Native Mesic forest. Hawaiian Hoary bat! Bird watch for endangered 'io, endemic 'apapane, 'elepaio and Pueo. Cattle pastures & Agritourism!
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Things to Do on Oahu
Whether you’d like to ride the waves or find the perfect spot to lounge on the sand, there’s a beach in Oahu to satisfy your desires.More
From cultural landmarks to outdoor adventures, there’s lots of ways to experience Oahu.More