Info to help you plan your honeymoon and vacation.
You’ve booked your Kauai wedding, NOW WHAT? Most couples will spend 7 to 10 nights on Kauai to celebrate their wedding and Hawaiian honeymoon. Here are some activities not to be missed…
Day trip to the Waimea Canyon for sightseeing and hiking.
Day trip to Kauai’s North Shore for sightseeing and swimming & snorkeling.
Na Pali Coast sightseeing and/or snorkeling boat trip.
Hawaiian Luau, dinner and local entertainment.
Helicopter flight to see the stunning beauty of Kauai.
Visit the Kauai Coffee Plantation (on the way to the Waimea Canyon).
Rent some Bicycles and ride on the Kauai bike path…stop for a picnic if you like.
If your new to snorkeling and not a seasoned swimmer, start at Lydgate Beach Park on kauai’s east shore. It’s a safe and idyllic place for an afternoon of sunbathing and swimming.
Spend an afternoon at Hanalei Bay and/or Tunnels Beach and watch the sunset…
Hike from Shipwreck’s Beach (south shore) to Mahaulepu Beach along scenic ocean cliffs.
Learn how to surf, reserve a surf session, or if you are a seasoned surfer Hawaiian will be paradise for you.