For travelers and wandering souls, Hawaii has never ending number of small towns, districts and charming places to explore. If you desire a trip to the beautiful Islands, or are just finding for an amazing relaxing destination, look at the six towns that captured our attention and are surely worth a see during Hawaii honeymoon vacations.
1. South Kohala, Big Island
South Kohala gives you the experience of luxurious, resort stays that is definitely different from the rustic, country area of North Kohala. Here you can stay in lavish resorts and hotels, including The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort that in recent times have reopened after a massive renovation early last year making it the new hot spot for everyone, and the Fairmont Orchid, also received a light touch-up. However the major highlight would still remain the mesmerizing Hapuna Beach so just put into your GPS and take your beach shoes along. After having calm day at this beach head to this white-sand sanctuary that provides beachgoers a lot of space to stretch out and spend time with loved ones.
2. Volcano, Big Island
This tranquil tiny village is situated on the slopes of the active Kilauea volcano. In this fanciful country town, explore the assortment of peculiar shops, like Volcano Winery, try and taste wines that are grown on the slopes of Kilauea; Ohelo Cafe, a quirky lunch and dinner joint that’s recommended for its wood-fired pizzas; and lodgings such as Kilauea Lodge, which provides a handful of rooms and cottages for cozy stays.
3. Haiku, Maui
If Maui’s Haiku city had its own haiku, it might be like this: Maui’s country treasures. The things that you can discover here are a stone’s throw away from Paia and Hookipa, Haiku is apart from the increasing city’s chaos of Maui’s north shore. It has lot to offer other than country charm and included in Hawaii tour packages from India. When here you must try the lip smacking sushi at Nuka, having colorful sushi rolls that are as amazing as they look, also local produce, at Pauwela Cannery have clothing and knickknacks, where some of Maui’s tiny businesses have been established.
4. Kula, Maui
After taking a long leisurely drive up to the gentle slopes of Haleakala, travelers witness the charming town of Kula, similar to one of Maui’s many rustic upcountry communities. You must take the fresh upcountry air, which is a nice way to escape the heat and humidity, you can also move to local attractions like the Alii Kula Lavender Farm, filled with sweet-smelling plants. If you admire and care for farm animals, then spend time hanging out with some goats at the Surfing Goat Dairy, a 42-acre farm having more than 188 goats.
5. Waialua, Oahu
Sure, Waialua carries a much different energy from its neighbor, Haleiwa, but still have charm to impress the travelers thus added in Hawaii honeymoon packages. It have one of the finest poke bowl spots on the island, Waialua General Store, the town includes the Waialua Sugar Mill, now full of local businesses, a soap factory, world-class surfboard shapers and a weekly farmers market. Definitely there are serene beaches in Waialua as well, and Aweoweo Beach Park, which offers picnic tables, a basketball court, bathrooms and a huge, expansive beach, is a wonderful place to spend quality time with friends and family.
6. Waimea, Kauai
If you’re preparing your Kauai travel itinerary, Waimea should be at the top in honeymoon trips in Hawaii. It is situated on the island’s southwest shore; this country town provides a chance to explore everything. It is a paradise for foodies and must stop at Porkies, which serves the best hot dogs in Hawaii, while taking in the captivating views that can’t go wrong at Waimea Canyon. History lovers desiring to know about Kauai’s glorious past will to check out Russian Fort Elizabeth, the product of an alliance established by Kauai’s last king, Kaumualii, and a Russian agent, with the aim of repelling King Kamehameha’s superior military force.